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Happy Letter of the Week Day! Today is brought to you by the letter M. I have a big post full of Preschool Letter M Activities! My kids and I are having a blast creating this series for you. We love coming up with ideas and creating the resources for you to use each week.
Want ideas for your preschool Letter M theme? Try one of these: Monkey, Mountain, Monster, Moose, Mouse, Mittens, Music, Mushroom, Magnet, Muffin, Moon, Me (See my All About Me book), Macaroni, Mango, Mustache, Milk, Man,
Printable Preschool Letter M Activities
For each of my letter of the week posts, I make a printable pack of letter activities. Each one has 20 pages and includes various learning activities for teaching the alphabet, both upper case and lower case.
17 Preschool Letter M Books
Look through my list of favorite books for the Letter M. I am sure you can find a few that will work just perfectly for your Preschool Letter M week!
If You Give a Moose a Muffin by Laura Numeroff
If You Give a Mouse a Cookie by Laura Numeroff
Moosetache by Margie Palatini
Go Away Big Green Monster by Ed Emberly
My Monster Mama Loves Me So by Laura Leuck
Five Little Monkeys by Eileen Christelow
The Moon Book by Gail Gibbons
Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown
Are you My Mother? by P.D. Eastman
The Mitten by Jan Brett
Town Mouse, Country Mouse by Jan Brett
It Looked Like Spilt Milk by Charles Shaw
The Bear Went over the Mountain by Iza Trapani
The Monster at the End of the Book by Jon Stone
Mouse Paint by Ellen Stoll Walsh
Hand, Hand, Fingers Thumb by Al Perkins
Mr. Brown Can Moo, Can You? by Dr. Seuss
Preschool Letter M Craft: M is for Man with a Mustache
This cute little letter M craft is a man with a mustache. My kids got a kick out of this one. The M template and the accessories are all in my Letter M printable pack. Just cut, color and glue. Then add any extra details you think this man needs. We love how it turned out!
Preschool Letter M Snack: M is for Mouse Pear
Make this adorable letter m snack with just a pear and a few little extras! Cut a ripe pear in half and decorate by adding blueberry (or raisin) eyes. Stick them in with a toothpick. Make a nose with a cherry tomato or a half a grape. Make some whiskers with shredded carrots. Our ears were banana chips, but almonds, or half crackers would work well, too! Then out little tail was another carrot shred. Doesn’t it look cute enough to eat?!
Want to Download the Preschool Letter L Activity Pack?
This is available in my shop as part of the letter of the week bundle.
Find ALL of the Letter of the Week activities HERE.