Alphabet Crafts - Letter P

My 4 year old and I are continuing to "craft our way through the alphabet", and today we had some fun with the Letter P. We made a Paper Pirate Ship, and we did some letter P printing practice.

To make the Pirate Ship Craft:

1)  Download the free pirate ship template that you can find here.
2)  Color the pieces.
3)  Cut out the pieces.
4)  Glue the pieces and three craft sticks in place. 
5)  Glue on some Cheerio "windows".

That's it!  Isn't it a cute little craft? 

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

And if you are looking for more letter P crafts:

Why not try making this polka dot popsicle from a piece of heavy paper, a craft stick, and some stickers?

And use the leftover stickers to make a polka dot P.

This letter P pig is adorable too.

And a paper plate, some yellow tissue paper, and round paper circles make a perfect pepperoni pizza.

Fun, right?  Next up... the letter Q.

Gina Bell
(aka East Coast Mommy)

PS (You can find more alphabet crafts here.)

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