At Kids on Track Preschool in Dracut, Massachusetts they had a, “Cc”razy week with an emphasis on the letter, “C,” and its lowercase version, “c.” They did a number of activities and crafts involving the letter that you can enjoy doing too! Up above you can see how they played with cubes and that is just the start of what their “Cc”razy week held and the kind of ideas you can do for your class too!
Kids on Track Preschool
Activities and Crafts For Your “Cc”razy week!
Cotton Balls and Clouds
Both cotton balls and cloud have the letter C, so why not make a picture of a cloud out of cotton balls? All you need is a bunch of cotton balls, some glue, and a piece of construction paper!
Painting With Circles
Preschoolers love painting with unique tools and using a toy circle as a brush is fun and results in some unique paintings!
Painting With Combs
Another word that starts with the letter C and which can make some incredible-looking art is a comb!
Painting With Carrots
Usually we eat carrots, but for this activity we paint with them instead! They can be dabbed on paper, rolled around, or whatever students like!
A white bath sponge (sometimes called a, “Loofah,”) can look just like a cloud, and preschoolers will love putting paint on it to make the cloud colorful!
C often stands for, “Cat,” and the students at Kids on Track Preschool had stellar time making their own cat crafts!
Campers and Cars
By taking shapes of paper preschool and kindergarten students can build their own camper or car–two vehicles that both start with the letter C!
Via using small pieces of paper and well as plastic cups students can assemble their own impressive castle–and then once they are done knock it down for extra fun!
One of the most prickly plants that starts with the letter C in its name is the cactus. Students will love making their own cactus which thankfully is just made-out of paper and won’t poke anyone!
Crawling Caterpillars Activity
To do this activity students pretend they are caterpillars crawling around on the floor who go to each number you’ve laid out–this activity is therefore also great for working on counting-skills!
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