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Hello! Glad you stopped by today. This week’s letter of the week is the letter N. I have a great big post packed with preschool letter N activities. If you are trying to think of themes for this letter, I have you covered! Some ideas for Letter N themes include: Ninja, Narwhal, Nest, Nine, Nose, Net, Nut, Night, Newspaper, Numbers, Noodle, Needle, Necklace, Nurse, Nemo, Nail, Newt, Noah, New York, Nap, Nutcracker, & Necktie.
Preschool Letter N Activities
With each letter, I have been creating a printable pack of letter activities. This is a 20 page pack full of fun things to do with the letter of the week. There are letter puzzles, dot-to-dots, dot marker pages (or you could use them with stickers), cutting pages, writing pages, mazes, and more! They have activities for both upper case and lower case. Want a sample? Letter A is always free in the subscriber library!
Preschool Letter N Books
My Nest is Best by P.D. Eastman
The Napping House by Audrey Wood
The Nose Book by Al Perkins
Noah’s Ark by Jerry Pinkney
Too Much Noise by Ann McGovern
In My Nest by Sara Gillingham
A Nest is Noisy by Dianna Hutts Astin
Noses Are Not for Picking by Elizabeth Verdick
Cat Nap by Toni Yuly
Night Animals by Gianna Marino
There’s a Nightmare in My Closet by Mercer Mayer
Night Knight by Owen Davey
In the Night Kitchen by Maurice Sendak
The Nuts: Bedtime at the Nut House by Eric Litwin
Goodnight, Numbers by Danica McKellar
Ninja! by Aree Chung
N is for New York by Maria Kernahan
Preschool Letter N Craft: N is for Nail
Make your letter N out of nails with a hammer nailing them in. This is a fun one that kids will enjoy! We painted our N with silver paint, but you can color it however you want. Then just cut out and glue on the nails (in the shape of the N) and hammer. These templates are all included in the letter N printable pack.
Preschool Letter N Snack: N is for Necklace
My kids LOVED this snack! They could pick and choose their favorites to string onto their necklaces. Then eat them as they wanted. Pick some yummy snacks that your kids love and let them thread them onto a piece of yarn with a large needle. You can use a dull metal one or buy some plastic kid-friendly ones.
Some ideas to use to make this snack necklace:
Pretzels, dried apple slices, cheerios, mini rice cakes, freeze dried fruit, & popcorn
Want to Download the Preschool Letter N Activity Pack?
This is available in my shop as part of my letter of the week curriculum bundles.
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