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It’s time for my weekly letter of the week post and this week my post is full of preschool letter x activities for you!
As you know, there are not a lot of options for a letter X theme, but here are a few I could come up with: X-Ray, Xylophone, X-Ray Fish, Fox, Box, Six, Xerus (a type of squirrel), Xenopus (a type of frog), Xenops (a type of bird), Mix, Ox, Taxi
Preschool Letter X Activities and Worksheets
Grab my printable letter x pack full of 20 pages of worksheets and activities for teaching about the letter X! This is puzzles, mazes, tracing pages, cutting pages, coloring pages and more!
Preschool Letter X Books
Amazingly I found a great selection of books to go along with the letter X themes! Here are 16 great books to read to your preschoolers.
Fox in SocksAndy’s X-RayNot a BoxA Box Can Be Many ThingsThe Taxi That HurriedA Xylophone for X-Ray FishWhat Does the Fox Say?Little Fox in the ForestWhat To Do With a BoxXavier Ox’s Xylophone ExperimentMy Mom Has X-Ray VisionJessica’s X-RayHello Red FoxDan the Taxi ManMix It UpHattie and the Fox
Fox in Socks by Dr. Seuss
Andy’s X-Ray by Wendy J. Hall
My Mom Has X-Ray Vision by Angela McAllister
Jessica’s X-Ray by Pat Zonta
Xavier Ox’s Xylophone Experiment by Barbara deRubertis
This is Not a Box by Antoinette Portis
What To Do With A Box by Jane Yolen
A Box Can Be Many Things by Dana Meachen Rau
What Does the Fox Say? by Ylvis
Hello, Red Fox by Eric Carle
Hattie and the Fox by Mem Fox
Little Fox in the Forest by Stephanie Graegin
The Taxi That Hurried by Lucy Sprague Mitchell
Dan, The Taxi Man by Eric Ode
A Xylophone for X-Ray Fish by Liza Charlesworth
Mix it Up by Herve Tullet
Letter X Craft: X is for X-Ray Fish
My son has been obsessed with x-ray fish since he was really little, so we had to do that for our craft. Plus, how many things start with x anyway? 😉 The template for this is included in my printable pack.
Preschool Letter X Snack: is for Fox
Now I know that fox starts with X, but with some letters you have to get a little creative! Since fox ends in X, we are counting it here! This letter x snack is made from oranges, bananas and blueberries (or raisins could be substituted if blueberries are out of season).
I love how cute he turned out! My kids are always happy to eat fresh fruit, too!
Want to Print the Preschool Letter X Activities?
This is available in my shop as part of my letter of the week bundle. Grab them now!