Are you looking for a craft for your preschoolers to create when learning all about the capital letter A? This Letter A Alligator Craft is creative letter recognition activity and fun when learning the abc’s.
Letter A Alligator Craft
Not only is this letter craft a fun letter recognition activity, but creating projects like this can be a fun way for kids to develop their fine motor skills, hand and eye coordination, muscle strength, and much more. These developmental skills are important, because they will help children be able to hold a pencil, write, and even turn pages in a book. Crafting is not only fun but also a great way for kids to work on their listening comprehension and following multi-step directions.
Getting Ready To Make The Letter A Alligator Craft:
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- Capital Letter A Alligator Printable Templates
What Else Is Needed:
- Construction Paper (optional)
To prepare to create this capital letter craft, click on the pencil below to automatically download and print either the black and white or color templates. I like to print my resources on white card stock because it is durable, but you can use copy paper too.
How To Make The Letter A Alligator Craft:
To begin making this letter recognition craft, your preschoolers will color the capital letter A with a green crayon if you are using the black and white templates. If you want to use construction paper to create your craft, your kids can trace the letter A on green paper.
Next, your kids will cut out the green letter A along with the alligator’s teeth and eye. For children who need help using scissors, you can have them practice cutting the letter A (having extra copies is always helpful) and then cut out the teeth and eye for them.
Finally, your preschoolers will glue the teeth and eye onto the letter A to create their alligator craft.
This Letter A Alligator Craft is a easy and fun letter recognition activity for your preschoolers when learning all about capital letter A. Cutting and gluing is also a great way for your kids to work on developing their fine motor skills, hand and eye coordination, finger muscle strength, and more!
Pin It For Later:
Do you want to save this letter craft for later? Pin this to your crafts for kids or letter recognition board on Pinterest and it’ll be here for when you’re ready!
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Click on the button below to automatically download and print the free letter A craft templates!