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Good morning! I am happy today to bring you the next letter of the week. Are you ready for some awesome preschool letter R activities? Let’s start with some preschool theme ideas for the letter R: Rainbow, Rhino, Red, Raddish, Royal, Rabbit, Race Car, Road, Rain, Robot, Rice, Rocket, Raspberry, Raisin, Rocks, Recycle
Preschool Letter R Printable Activities
As with each week, I have created a 20-page printable pack of letter R activities and worksheets including tracing pages, dot-to-dots, letter matching, color by letter, letter mazes, letter cutting pages and more! There are worksheets for both the lower case R and the upper case R. Find details for downloading at the end of the post.
Preschool Letter R Books
I have a great big list of preschool letter R themed books. There are some great theme ideas for the letter R,s o it was hard to narrow down to our favorites for this one! Hopefully you find some books from this list that will work well for your preschoolers!
My Friend Rabbit by Eric Rohmann
The Complete Tales of Beatrix Potter (Peter Rabbit) by Beatrix Potter
Red Riding Hood by James Marshall
Rapunzel by Paul O. Belinsky
What Makes it Rain? by Kate Daynes
A Rainbow of My Own by Don Freeman
What Makes a Rainbow? by Betty Schwartz
The Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister
Planting a Rainbow by Lois Ehlert
Robots, Robots Everywhere by Sue Fliess
Who Wants a Cheap Rhinoceros by Shel Silverstein
What do Roots Do? by Kathleen V. Kudlinski
The Rocket Ship Bed Trip by N. Jane Quackenbush
Roaring Rockets by Tony Mitton
The Velveteen Rabbit by Margery Williams
Rosie Revere Engineer by Andrea Beaty
How Rocket Learned to Read by Tad Hills
If I Ran the Rainforest by Bonnie Worth
Preschool Letter R Craft: R is for Rhino
Thesis a simple to assemble letter R craft. We chose to do R is for Rhino! Just print out the R and the Rhino face, color, cut and glue! Kids can be creative with their color choices & cut all on their own!
Preschool Letter R Snack: R is for Red
Give kids a sampling of all things RED! Fill a plate of mini muffin pan with a variety of red foods for kids to taste and sample. You can talk about the nutrients that one from eating foods with a lot of color! Here are some red foods that I thought of: Red peppers, Strawberries, Cranberries, Cherries, Radishes, Pomegranates, Watermelon, Red Beans, Goji Berries, Tomatoes, Raspberries, Red Apples. What else can you think of?
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Interested in Downloading the Preschool Letter R Worksheets and Activities?
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