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Good morning! Ready for the next letter of the week? Today I bring you the preschool letter L activities. Including a letter L craft, a letter L snack, a letter L book list and a letter L printable activity pack.
Looking for ideas for your preschool Letter L theme? Here are some Preschool Letter L Theme Ideas: Lion, Leopard, Love, Leprechaun, Legs, Lips, Lamb, Luck, Leaf, Lamp, Light, Lightbulb, Lemon, Lobster, Ladybug, Lollipop, Lizard, Lily, Lunch, Letter, Lincoln, Lightning, Lighthouse, Llama, Library
Printable Preschool Letter L Activities
Preschool Letter L Books
Read some great books that go along with the letter L theme. Here are some that we have read and loved.
The Lorax by Dr. Seuss
Lion’s Lunch by Fiona Tierney
Library Lion by Michelle Knudson
Do Not Bring Your Dragon to the Library by Julie Gassman
Is Your Mama a Llama? by Deborah Guarino
Llama Llama Red Pajama by Anna Dewdney
Tawny Scrawny Lion by Kathryn Jackson
Ananse and the Lizard: A West African Tale by Pat Cummings
Red Leaf, Yellow Leaf by Lois Ehlers
We’re Going on a Leaf Hunt by Steve Metzger
Ladybug Girl by David Soman
The Grouchy Ladybug by Eric Carle
When Lightning Comes in a Jar by Ernest Polacco
Leo the Lightning Bug by Eric Drachman
Mary Had a Little Lamb by Iza Trapani
When a Lobster Buys a Bathrobe by Ed Shankman
Preschool Letter L Snack: L is for Lamb Popcorn Balls
Make some popcorn balls into little lambs for your letter L snack! We loved making this one. My kids colored the lamb faces and helped form the popcorn balls, too! As always my snacks are healthy and not loaded with sugar. Most of the preschool themed snacks I find online are full of sugar and processed ingredients, so I am trying hard to bring you healthier options!
Honey Date Popcorn Balls
5-6 cups Popped Popcorn (1/3 c. kernels)
3/4 cup Dried Pitted Dates
1/2 cup Honey
3 Tbsp Coconut oil
Salt – just a pinch
Pop the popcorn. We air pop ours in paper bags in the microwave by putting 2-3 Tablespoons into a bag and folding down the top a few times. Dump into a large bowl and remove any unpeopled kernels.
Chop the dates in a food processor. I process it up really small so it is more like a paste. Add dates, coconut oil and honey into a small pot and cook until melty. It is a thicker paste.
Salt the bowl of popcorn lightly.
Drop the date mixture onto the popcorn by spoonfuls and mix into the popcorn. It will not set-up like normal popcorn balls, but has a gooey caramel-y taste.
Scoop into plastic balls and form into balls in the bags. Twist the bags closed and add a little lamb face to the bag. We taped ours on. The lamb faces are in the letter L printable pack.
Preschool Letter L Craft: L is for Lightning
This is a simple craft for little ones to do! It can be painted or colored depending on your messiness tolerance! 😉 We used markers. I’ll be honest, some days I am ok with mess, some days I am not.
Both the lightning and this Letter L template are in my printable pack. Color each one, cut out the lightning and glue it on top of the L and you are done! My kids thought it looked like a super hero L!
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