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Letter G Groundhog Craft

Your preschoolers are going to “dig” making this Letter G Groundhog Craft as they work on learning the ABC’s and celebrate Groundhogs Day! 

Groundhog Day Literacy Activity

Letter G Groundhog 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, work on following directions, and much more. 

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Why Are Fine Motor Skills Important?

Fine motor skills are very important for your children’s development. From writing with a pencil to cutting with scissors, your kids will use these skills everyday.

In activities that help develop fine motor skills, your children will strengthen their hands, wrists, and fingers.

Fine motor skills also require hand-eye coordination as well as the ability to use both sides of the brain for one task at a time.

These skills also help your kids to become independent and complete tasks more easily.

Getting Ready To Make The Letter G Groundhog Craft:

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What’s Included: 

  • Capital Letter G Groundhog Printable Templates

What Else Is Needed:

  • White Card Stock or Copy Paper
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Crayons 
  • Brown and Black Construction Paper (optional)

Groundhog Day Activity

To prepare to create this capital letter craft, click on the button below to automatically download and print either the black and white or color templates.

Next, gather the rest of the supplies for your kids. 

How To Make The Letter G Groundhog Craft:

If you are using the black and white templates, your preschoolers can color the capital letter G and all of the circles brown. They can then color the nose black. 

Groundhog Day Craft

After coloring the templates, your kids will cut out the letter G, ears, nose, whiskers, teeth, and eyes.

For children who need help using scissors, you can have them practice cutting the letter (having extra copies is always helpful) and then cut out the other pieces for them.

Letter G Groundhog Craft

If you want to use construction paper to create your craft, your kids can trace the templates on the brown and black colored paper and then cut all of the pieces out.

Letter Recognition Activity

Finally, your preschoolers will glue the ears, nose, whiskers, teeth, and eyes on the letter.

If the whiskers are too small for your kids to cut out and glue, they can draw them on with a black marker.

Learning the ABC's

This Letter G Groundhog Craft is a creative letter recognition activity for your preschoolers to create when they are learning all about the capital letter G.

Pin It For Later:

Do you want to save this preschool letter craft for later? Pin this to your alphabet activities board on Pinterest and it’ll be here for when you’re ready!

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