Print The Letter G Craft for Preschool! (with free printable templates) Build fine motor skills with a Letter G Cut & Paste Activity. Match shapes and learn letter G words like: guitar, goose, ghost, grapes and gumball. Next, make your own G is for Gumball Machine. Have fun with pom poms, crayons, a paper plate, and a printable gumball machine template. Don’t forget to check out a Letter G Handprint Craft and Letter G Dot Dot Page.
The Letter G Craft for Preschool
This Letter G Craft for Preschool is chocked full of learning and fun! Print your activity onto cardstock paper. The background of the letter G template has glasses, giraffes, gingerbread men, gemstones, and games! Take a moment to name each picture you see in the background before you begin the activity. Use markers and crayons to color in the images on page 2. Color in the guitar, gumball machine, grapes, ghosts, and goose!
Inside the letter G contains four shapes: circle, square, triangle, and rectangle. Have your little ones cut out the shapes on page two and match each picture to its same shape. Using scissors is a great way to build fine motor skills. Matching shapes is a great way to learn shape names and shape recognition. What else do you see in the room that begins with the letter G?
G is for Gumball Machine Craft
This G is for Gumball Machine Craft is tons of fun! Print your gumball machine onto cardstock paper. Cut out your template and use markers or crayons to color it in! Glue the top of the template to the back of the paper plate. Next, place poms poms onto your paper plate. This is a great time to count. How many pom poms will you put into your gumball machine?
Be sure to hang your finished craft somewhere that needs some colorful cheer! Don’t forget to glue one pom pom at the bottom of the machine where the gumballs fall! Have you ever used a real gumball machine? A great addition to this craft is to bring a real gumball machine to the activity!
Letter G Activities for Pre-K
Use a Dot Dot marker to dot your letter G. Engage with a touch of social emotional learning by talking about the word, “giving”. What does it feel like to be giving? How can you give to your friends and community? Another way to use this sheet, is to have your little ones place one fruit loop onto each gray dot. Simply laminate your sheet!
The Alphabet Handprint Book can be a great end of the year gift for your little ones and their parents. Take a look at “G is for Giraffe”. Use yellow paint for the handprints, yellow construction paper for the neck and head, and a brown marker for the spots. Be sure to use Washable Kwik Stix to add some colorful flourishes for fun!
Letter G Books for Preschool
Check out some awesome letter G books for preschool! Reading with your little ones is a great way to build vocabulary skills, build a social connection, and discover potential interests! Side note: I LOVE Brett Helquist illustrations, so be sure to read “Grumpy Goat”! Check out “The Gruffalo” and “Giraffes Can’t Dance” for awesome letter G reads!
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