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You have come to the right place if you are looking for fun, engaging and exciting Letter C activities to do with proper form of cover letter, preschoolers and kindergartners. Our activities are widely used by teachers, moms, dads, child care providers etc.

All our activities are available at no cost and are free to print and share. Glue corresponding number of cotton balls onto paper labeled with a number. On one side color the cookie in and on the other side place a picture of things that begin with the letter C. Have each child pick a cookie and go over the C word on that cookie, by saying it and listening for the C in the word. Then, on a big poster board draw the letter C and glue all the kid’s pictures around it to make a classroom collage. Give children these directions: Apply a light layer of glue to the cat.

Cover a as much of the cat as possible with material scraps. Glue on two flat candies for eyes. Put a couple drops of white paint in the center of blue paper, fold, and squeeze the paint around. Then open them up and write on them what each child thinks they look like.

Cover old heating or warming try with aluminum foil and heat up. Let children lay their papers on the tray and draw with crayons. The wax melts and soaks into the paper. These are fun to hang in windows for a stained glass effect. Provide art supplies for children to make pretend candles.

Use toilet-paper tubes for the candle. Help the children paint the tubes with tempera. Show them how to stuff red, orange and yellow tissue paper in the top of the tubes for the flame then glue a strip of construction paper around the base for the candle holders. Help them glue the tubes to small paper plates. Bend them into a candy cane shape.

Attach construction paper hands with brads. Identify the big hand and little hand and the number on the clock -if the children are old enough use the clocks to tell the time and hour. Invite the children to cut out pictures of cars from old magazines and make a collage. Draw a simple cat shape on a large piece of paper. If the kids are old enough have them draw it. Have the children paint their cats black and cut them out when the paint is dry.

Have them add eyes and whiskers. Let them draw pictures of their favorite story book cat or make paper doll cats. Have an assortment of catalogs available. Let the children browse through and cut out five favorite items. If Clover is in season have the children pick some. Cut a large Letter C and glue the clovers on.