Alphabet Crafts - Letter J

This morning, my four year old and I continued "crafting our way through the alphabet", and we had some fun with the letter J. We made a Jet, and we did a little letter J printing practice.

To make the paper "jet", follow the tutorial here.  {I have also included a free printable template.}

It's a fun craft because the plane makes "loops" when it flies.

After our craft, we did a little printing practice. If you want to practice printing the letter J with your little one, you can right-click on the picture below, save it to your computer, and print it.

We even had some jam on toast for a snack while he was practicing his "J"s.

And if you are looking for a few more letter J crafts, why not try this simple "Letter J Jellyfish"? Start with a letter J, glue on a jellyfish, and finish by gluing on eyes and tissue paper tentacles.

Or create a jungle craft by drawing a palm tree on piece of paper and having your little one fill it with jungle stickers.

And it doesn't get much cuter than this "jack-in-the-box" craft. Glue a square to a sheet of paper, and attach a rectangle with a fastener that will allow the top of the box to open and close. Then, glue on a picture of the child and decorate the box with stickers. 

And how adorable is this jellyfish puppet??? Make a jellyfish attached to a popsicle stick, cut a slit in a paper plate, and let the jellyfish go for a swim!

Fun, right? Next up... the letter "K"! 

Gina Bell (aka East Coast Mommy)

Find more alphabet crafts here.

1 comment:

  1. What a cute idea! Hey, thanks for stopping by Mom is the Only Girl! I've checked out your blog and am loving your ideas!


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