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It’s the next post in the preschool letter of the week series. Today I bring you some Preschool Letter J activities. If you are looking for a theme idea for the letter J, perhaps some of these will inspire you: Jellyfish, Jellybean, Jaguar, Jump, Jam, Jeep, Jewel, Jack-o-Lantern, Jacket, Jungle, Juice, Juggling, & Jingle bells. I don’t typically focus on one theme but on many things that start with the letter J when I teach my kids.
Preschool Letter J Printable Pack
This printable pack is 20 pages of printable letter J activities. If you want a sample of what will be included, check out the Letter A post. That one is always free in my subscriber library. Each pack includes mazes, dot marker pages, color by letter, cutting pages, tracing pages, letter puzzles, coloring pages and letter templates for crafts. There are activities for both upper and lower case letters.
Preschool Letter J Craft: J is for Juice
For this letter craft, I used the letter J template from my printable pack and turned the end of the capital J into a cup of juice. We used a paper straw and pink construction paper and glued them on. Fun & simple!
Preschool Letter J Books
Sheep in a Jeep by Nancy E. Shaw
Pumpkin Jack by Will Hubbell
Jack’s Garden by Henry Cole
The Berenstain Bears and the Jump Rope Contest by Stan and Jan Berenstain
Jump! by Scott M. Fischer
Jump, Frog, Jump! by Robert Kalan
Five Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed by Eileen Christelow
A Rumble in the Jungle by Giles Andreae
Jamberry by Brice Degan
Giant Jam Sandwich by John Vernon Lord
Peanut Butter and Jelly by Nadine Bernard Westcott
Jack and the Beanstalk by Parragon Books
This is the House that Jack Built by Pam Adams
Peanut Butter and Jellyfish by Jarrett J. Krosoczka
Jeepers Creepers: A Monstrous ABC by Laura Leuck
The Giant Jellybean Jar by Marcie Aboff
Stripes, Spots, or Not– Jaguars, Cougars, Mountain Lions and Pumas
The Jacket I Wear in the Snow by Shirley Neitzel
Preschool Letter J Snack: J is for Jam
Jam Thumbprint Cookies
These Jam thumbprint cookies are actually not too bad for you! The recipe is so simple to make. You could easily make it with the kids.
1 1/4 c. Flour (Can be made gluten free by using almond flour or oat flour. We used half wheat & half white for ours.)
1/4 c. Coconut Oil
3 Tbsp Maple Syrup (or honey)
1 Tbsp Ground Flax Seed
Pinch of salt
Jam/Jelly- We used All Fruit Spread
Mix everything except the jam. Chill for 30 minutes. This recipe makes 12-15 cookies. Roll them into balls then press your thumb into the center to make a well for the jam. Add about a 1/2 teaspoon of jam into the middle of each cookie. Bake at 375 degrees for 10 minutes. Cool before eating.
Want to Download the Preschool Letter J Activity Pack?
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