Because I’m a preschool homeschooling mom I’ve been told by countless mamas that I need to do letter crafts with my daughter. I say that she knows her letters, their sounds, and can even sound out small words on her own. They tell me that I still need to do this so that is what I’m doing. Reinforcing the alphabet!
I probably should have started with the letter A but we had pretty silk flowers just sitting around waiting to be used so I jumped ahead to F. The order of the alphabet isn’t too important at this age anyway, is it?
For our letter craft we added flowers to the letter F! It’s self-explanatory really but here’s what we did.
Grabbed our tube of flowers. We got them from Amazon here ages ago and they have lasted and lasted. A good craft investment! Gathered, paper, glue, and a marker for Mommy to write the letter F.
1. Freehand the letter F. If you’re OCD, like I have a tendency to be sometimes, I’m sure you could make a letter of humongous proportions in Word or Google for an F template.
2. Let your kiddo pick out their favorite flowers. Layer them, arrange them.
3. Let them loose with the glue and voila! Oh, and you might want to mention somewhere in there that flowers start with the letter F.
Happy crafting, ya’ll!