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Oh, Happy Day! It’s time for the Letter K! It’s time for the letter of the week and today I have a bundle of preschool Letter K activities and ideas. Some ideas for a preschool letter K theme include: Kangaroo, Kiss, Keys, Kite, King, Kitten, Koala, Kick, Kayak, Karate, Ketchup, Kids, Kiwi (bird or fruit), Kettle, Keyboard, Knife, Knit, Knot, Kazoo, Knight, Knead, Kitchen, Korea, Kindergarten, Kingfisher. Or you could do a whole theme about me- KARYN! 😉
Preschool Letter K Activity Pack
Each week I bring you the letter of the week printable pack. This printable letter k activity pack includes 19 pages of letter k ideas. You can use them to create your letter of the week lesson plans. They have letter tracing, cutting, dot marker pages, letter matching, letter puzzles, mazes, dot-to-dots, and more!
Preschool Letter K Books
Pick up some preschool letter K themed books. Here is a great big list for you to choose from on a variety of topics. Hopefully you will find something that fits your needs or is already in your library!
The Kissing Hand by Audrey Penn
The King, The Mice and the Cheese by Nancy Gurney
Does a Kangaroo Have a Mother, Too? by Eric Carle
The Shy Little Kitten by Cathleen Schurr
A Blessing From Above by Patti Henderson
Pouch by David Ezra Stein
The Koala Who Could by Jim Field
King Arthur’s Very Great Grandson by Kenneth Kraegel
Curious George Flies a Kite by H. A. Rey
Kite Day: A Bear and Mole Story by Will Hillenbrand
Kylie Kangaroo’s Karate Kickers by Barbara deRubertis
K is for Kindergarten by Erin Dealey
K is for Kick: A Soccer Alphabet by Brad Herzog
Living in South Korea by Chloe Perkins
Kiwi Simile by M. C. McNellis
The Knight and the Dragon by Tomie DePaola
Preschool Letter K Craft: K is for Karate
Easily turn a letter K into a kicking karate person. You just need markers or crayons, ribbon and glue.
Preschool Letter K Snack: K is for Kiwi Kabob
I love this simple and healthy snack to go with the letter K. It is pretty self explanatory, but, what I did was cut 2 skewers down to make a k shape. Then I filled them with kiwi fruit and other colorful fruit combinations to make a kiwi kabob!
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