This Letter I Inchworm Craft is the fun way to introduce your students to a new letter and the sounds of the letter I! This insect craft is so adorable and easy to make too. I always try to combine these type of crafts with learning about other topics. This letter craft is perfect to create when learning all about worms. Adding this craft to your unit is not only entertaining but it’s also a great way to get your child engaged and genuinely interested in the topic.
How To Make A Letter I Inchworm Craft:
- Letter I and Inchworm Templates
- Craft Foam
- Black Marker
- Paper or Card Stock
- Googly Eyes
To prepare for this activity, download the letter I and inchworm templates (click on the button below) and print them onto paper or card stock. Next, cut the letter templates out. If you are making these with a group of children, you may want to make a few letter templates. I usually make one or two per table so the students can take turns using it.
How To Make:
To begin the activity, the children will trace the letter I onto a piece of craft foam and cut it out. Next, they will trace the inchworm template onto craft foam and cut it out.
Next, the children will glue the head onto the inchworm. They will then glue stripes of colored craft foam onto the inchworm and then cut off excess material.
After putting the inchworm together, the children will glue it to the letter I. Next, they will glue the feet and antenna onto the letter.
Finally, your kids will glue on the googly eyes and use a black marker to add detail.
This Letter I Inchworm Craft is such a fun way for your students to practice recognizing the letter and the sounds that it makes.
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