We have 16 terrific Letter T crafts! Trains, tulips, turtles, trees, tractors are all terrific letter t words.
We are continuing our preschool alphabet learning series with Letter T Activities.
There are so many fun things you can do with the letter t — from making a simple tiger to creating a toucan out of a paper plate, we’ve found tons of things you can do with the letter t.
These awesome letter T crafts and activities are perfect for kids ages 2-5. These fun letter alphabet crafts are a great way to teach your toddler, preschooler, or kindergartener their letters.
So grab your construction paper, glue stick, popsicle sticks, googly eyes, and crayons and start making this collection of letter t crafts! (This article contains affiliate links.)
Letter T Crafts For Kid
T is for tiger in this simple preschool craft. The tiger is a fierce predator and one of many fascinating felines It is one the largest wild cats, but their bold colors make the loveable! via Kids Activities Blog
Use a paper plate to make a toucan. What an excellent way to teach the letter t. Once of the more fun ideas I think because toucans are so colorful.via Pink Stripey Socks
Create tulips from cupcake liners. Use paint and a white paper to create tulips. Make red-orange bodies for the flowers, or pink, or purples. The petals can be any color. These beautiful blooms are fun to make. via I Heart Crafty Things
Make the letter t out of train tracks and add a paper train! What fun learning ideas. There is an easy craft tutorial to teach you how to make a simple train via The
Make a turtle from a paper plate. Who doesn’t want to make cute little turtles? via The Resourceful Mama
How cute is this handprint tree craft?! Your hand makes the tree trunks, how clever! via Mommy Minutes
T is for tractor with this tractor popsicle craft. This is one of the few of our favorite letter t crafts because most kids won’t know what it is and it’s a fun little lesson. via Glued to My Crafts
Turn paper plates into tacos with this super cute craft. This is so much fun, as someone who loves tacos I will definitely be adding this to my letter t lesson plans. via Glued to My Crafts
T is for taxi with this super cute paper craft. This is in the list of letter t crafts because it is so unique. via Mrs. Karen’s Class
Traffic Lights Craft
Use torn paper to make traffic lights. via No Time for Flash Cards
Paint a blank tooth with toothbrushes! This is such a cute letter craft. via Mom to 2 Posh Little Divas
Make A Tree
Make a tree from construction paper and beads. via Crystal and Comp
Use a paper plate to make a T-rex. I think the t-rex is part of the oldest reptile group, which means this letter t craft can also double as a science lesson. Either way, this giant reptile is super cool. via I Heart Crafty Things
Tiger Foam Craft
Make a tiger out of a foam cup in this super cute safari craft! Don’t forget about the dark vertical stripes on this tiger puppet activity. via Kids Activities Blog via Kids Activities Blog
T is for turkey! via Mrs. Nelson’s Class
Letter T handprint Craft
Make a tulip in this adorable letter t handprint craft. via The Measured Mom
LETTER T WORKSHEETS
Learn about the uppercase letters and lowercase letter t with this fun educational activity pack. They are a great activity for practicing fine motor skills as well as teaching young learners letter recognition and letter sounds. These printable activities has a little bit of everything needed for letter learning.
MORE LETTER T CRAFTS & PRINTABLE WORKSHEETS FROM KIDS ACTIVITIES BLOG
If you loved those fun letter T crafts then you’ll love these! We have even more alphabet craft ideas and letter T printable worksheets for kids. Most of these fun crafts are also great for toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarteners (ages 2-5).
MORE ALPHABET CRAFTS & PRESCHOOL WORKSHEETS
Looking for more alphabet crafts and free alphabet printables? Here are some great ways to learn the alphabet. These are great preschool crafts and preschool activities , but these would also be a fun craft for kindergarteners and toddlers as well.
Which letter T craft are you going to try first? Tell us which alphabet craft is your favorite!