If you are learning about the letter T, it is time to give this T is for turtle craft a try! This letter of the week T: turtle craft is a nice activity that will teach about the letter in a fun and friendly way. Take a look below at how to make your own turtle craft so you can start having some fun with the letter T!
T is for Turtle Letter of the Week T Craft
Your children will learn valuable skills along with more about the letter T with this Letter Of The Week T activity. You’ll need only a few supplies that you probably already have in your home or classroom.
green construction paper
crayons or colored pencils
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Start by coloring the letter T with your crayons or colored pencils.
Cut the letter out. Using scissors is great fine motor skill practice for children.
Tear up the green construction paper into small pieces. This may seem like a simple task, but tearing paper is another great way for children to strengthen fine motor muscles.
Glue the pieces of green paper to the letter T. Allow to dry.
Cut out the legs, head, and tail of your turtle. We just hand drew these shapes. Glue them into place and allow to dry.
Add a dab of glue to the googly eyes and press them on the face of your turtle. This is also great fine motor skills practice.
Once the pieces are dry your T is for turtle craft is ready to be displayed!
Alternative Letter Of The Week T Ideas:
Make a list of other animals that start with the letter T (tiger, toucan).
Make a list of any T words you can think of.
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