15 SIMPLE Letter F Crafts and Activities

Are you looking for letter F crafts?

 

I have 15 engaging activities that will help your child learn about the letter F! These activities are perfect to use in the classroom, or you can do them right at home!

 

Grab my FREE Letter collage book at the end of this article! It’s a must-try activity.

 

Let’s dive into some letter F crafts!

 


#1: Letter Collages

 

Letter collages are a great way to practice letter recognition! Focusing on one specific letter and creating something special will help them recognize and remember the letter.

 

This letter F craft is great for fine motor skills and also a wonderful way to talk to the kids about fire safety!

 

letter f collage

 

There are many different options for the letter F. Some other options are to create a frog, fireworks, or a fish!

 

This activity goes along great with my community helpers packet! 14 pages of activities with 3 different lessons to teach your little ones about community helpers

 

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How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

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B. Set-up

 

Grab a piece of black cardstock paper and draw a bubble letter F with a white crayon.

 

C. Activity

 

Have the kids start ripping red, orange, or yellow construction paper. Then, have them squirt glue on the entire letter F. Lastly, they will stick the ripped paper onto the glue to create a ripped-paper F collage!

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#2: Do-A-Dot Letter Search

 

Who doesn’t love mess-free art?! This letter F craft is a great way to practice building the letter F.

 

This printable is a perfect way to let you know if your little one can differentiate upper and lower case letters! 

 

letter Do-A-Dot

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

  • A-Z Letter Do-A-Dot Sheets
  • Do-A-Dot markers

 

A-Z Letter Do-A-Dot Printable

 

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B. Set-up

 

Print off the pages and get the paint markers ready!

 

C. Activity

 

Your little ones with use the paint markers to place specific colored dots on the upper case letter and lower case letters! This is a wonderful way to also work on color-coding skills!

 

If you don’t have do-a-dot markers, you can use crayons to do this activity as well!

 

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#3: Fish Bowl Craft

 

How cute is this fish craft for kids? It makes for the PERFECT letter F craft.

 

They will love using cupcake liners to create fish. It’s always so fun to work with different supplies.

 

paper fish bowl craft for kids

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

  • cardstock paper
  • glue stick
  • cupcake liners (mini)
  • scissors
  • googly eyes
  • FREE fishbowl template
  • paint
  • Q-tips

 

Click HERE for your FREE Fishbowl Template

 

 

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B. Set-up

 

Print off my fishbowl template and trace is onto white cardstock paper. Then, cut it out!

 

C. Activity

 

To create the water and sand, trace the bottom of the fishbowl you created. Then, create waves for both the water and sand but make the water shorter than the fishbowl and the sand shorter than the water.

 

Have the kids use a glue stick to glue these pieces on. Then, flatten the cupcake liner and use a glue stick to glue it on. Next, create the fishtail out of cardstock paper and add a googly eye!

 

We added some seaweed to the sides of the fishbowl. Lastly, create bubbles using q q-tip and paint!

 

This is such a cute fish craft for kids to create!

 


#4: Find and Cover

 

A great manipulative to use for hands-on learning activities are counting cubes! There are so many ways these can be used.

 

One of the ways I love to use them is by doing a Find and Cover activity! This is an activity that focuses on one letter at a time. It also focuses on both the upper and lower case letter.

 

find and cover

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

  • Find and Cover printable
  • counting cubes

 

Click HERE for your Find had Cover Letter Printables.

 

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B. Set-up

Print off the letter F and any other letter you want to work on with your little one.

 

C. Activity

 

Have your child identify the letter. Then, have them tell you which one is upper case and which one is lower case. Explain to them what a key means. Show them that they are to look at the key to see what color represents the upper and lower case letters.

 

They should place that colored counting cube on the correct letters!

 

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#5: Play-Doh Letter Building

 

Whenever I pull out the Play-Doh, the kids play for it for at least a half-hour. You know, that’s kind of a big deal, right? Most of the time, it’s longer than that, but at least a half-hour!

 

This letter F craft for preschoolers is an engaging way for kids to work on building the letter F.

 

play doh letter F

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

Click HERE to grab your Letter Play-Doh Mats! (Upper and Lower case letter included)

 

 

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B. Set-up

 

Print off the letters that you want to work on! Then, place them inside a dry-erase folder for your little ones to build on. This way, it won’t get the sheet dirty, and you can save and redo it repeatedly.

 

C. Activity

 

Your little ones should roll and create the letters using Play-Doh. You can have them match the colors that are on the sheet, or you can use whatever color you’d like. They should try to create the letter by following the lines!

 

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#6: Salt Painting

 

This letter F craft for preschoolers is TOO much fun! Salt painting is such a fun process for the kids.

 

Kids love watching the paint flow throughout the salt. It’s a relaxing way to paint, and the kids will love trying a new way to create art.

 

salt painting

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

watercolor set

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B. Set-up

 

On your piece of cardboard, draw the letter F with a pencil. Then, outline the letter in glue. Make sure to place the cardboard on an art tray for the next part! Shake a whole bunch of salt all over the glue, then dump the access in the trash.

 

*You have to let the glue dry before you start painting, or else it will be REALLY messy!*

 

C. Activity

 

Have your little ones use the watercolor paints to paint the salt! It looks terrific, too, when you mix different colors throughout the letter.

 

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#7: Secret Letters

 

Kids love the element of surprise! Who doesn’t? I still do!

 

This letter F craft is engaging for kids because they can’t see the letters on the paper, so when they paint over the piece of paper, they will see letters magically pop up!

 

letter f secret letters

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

B. Set-up

 

On a white piece of cardstock, use a white crayon to write the letter F all over the paper. You can do upper and lower case or just focus on one.

C. Activity

 

Your kiddo will use watercolors to paint all over the paper. They will see the letters start to pop up! If you mixed upper and lower case letters, make sure to ask them which kind they found.

 

When you are all done, ask them how many they found! Also, you can talk about the colors that they used for color recognition.

 

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#8: Beginning Sounds

 

Talking about animals or objects that start with the letter F will help bring the letter to life for your little one.

 

These beginning letter worksheets are a perfect way to show your little one some fun things that start with the letter F!

 

beginning sounds letter f

 

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

crayons

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2. Set-up

 

Print off the worksheet and grab your crayons!

 

3. Activity

 

Go through each of the objects or animals inside the letter F. Say the name of each thing and make each object’s beginning sound before saying the whole word. This will help your little one understand the starting sound of each picture they see.

 

They will color each thing that starts with the letter F!

 

I have beginning sound sheets for each letter of the alphabet! Create a booklet to go over each of the sounds that the letters make. This will make for a great resource to use repeatedly.

 

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#9: Geoboard Letters

 

Do you remember using these boards as kids? I remember loving when my teacher pulled them out so we could play and create with them!

 

Work on creating letters with the geoboard! This is not only a wonderful way to work on letter building skills, but it’s a great fine motor activity for kids!

 

letter f geoboards

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

  • geoboard letter printable
  • rubberbands
  • geoboards

 

Click HERE to grab your Geoboard Lower Case Letter Printable

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B. Set-up

 

Use my geoboard letter worksheets to help your little ones build the letters! Print off the letter F and any other letter you want to work on.

 

C. Activity

 

Your little one will use the rubber bands to build the letter F. Younger ones can use the worksheets to help guide them on building the letter. Older children can be challenged by trying to do it on their own!

 

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#10: Fire Blow Painting

 

This letter F craft is going to get your kids SO excited!

 

Blow painting is such a fun process for the kids to try. I love finding new ways for the kids to create. This didn’t disappoint!

 

fire blow painting

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

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B. Set-up

 

Add liquid watercolors to a shallow bowl or cup. You can also use a little water and food coloring.

 

If your straw is bendable, cut that part off to make it easier for the kids to move back and forth.

 

C. Activity

 

Dip the straw into the liquid and place a finger on the top of the straw to stop the liquid from escaping.

 

Once on the paper, they can let go, so it drops on the paper! They will then blow into the straw to spread the liquid around on the paper.

 

Repeat this with the different colors to make a fire!

 

Hot glue some sticks to the bottom to make this fun fire craft.

 

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#11: TP Roll Flower Prints

 

I love using TP rolls for activities because we ALWAYS have them on hand, and it’s a FREE way to create art!

 

Creating flowers is a great letter F craft for kids!

 

TP roll flowers

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

B. Set-up

 

Use scissors to cut each toilet paper roll! Create different amounts of cuts to make the flowers different.

 

C. Activity

 

Dip the toilet paper roll into the paint. You can also use a paintbrush to paint the toilet paper rolls. Then, stamp it on white cardstock.

 

Press down the sides to make sure all the paint gets on the paper! Once all your prints are on, use a paintbrush to make a center of each flower. Paint on some stems and the grass!

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#12: Letter Sprinkle Sweep

 

When are sprinkles not a good idea? This letter F craft and activity is a great way to work on fine motor skills.

 

When you mention that sprinkles are involved in a learning activity, I promise your kids are going to come bounding in ready to see what’s going on.

 

letter sweep

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

cardstock paper

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B. Set-up

 

On cardstock paper, write a big bubble letter F. Place a tray underneath the paper to help with the mess.

 

C. Activity

 

Dump a bunch of cookie sprinkles onto the tray. Ask your little one to use the paintbrush to “sweep” the sprinkles into the letter. They will use as many sprinkles as they need to to try to fill in as much of the letter as they can!

 

This is an excellent activity to work on fine motor skills and letter recognition, and pre-writing skills!

 

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 #13: LEGO Letters

 

Got a kiddo who loves to use building with blocks? This activity will be right up their alley!

 

LEGO’s are an open-ended toy that I absolutely love using for learning activities. The possibilities are endless when it comes to using them!

 

LEGO Letter Activity

 

Building letters is just one way that they can be used! This is a wonderful hands-on learning activity that helps kids understand how each letter shape is formed!

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

DUPLO LEGOs

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B. Set-up

 

Print off the sheets and grab your LEGO’s

 

C. Activity

 

Your child will use the blocks that you have to create the letter F. You can have them use little or DUPLO blocks for this activity. This activity asks them to identify what each letter is they create and how many blocks it took for them to create the letter. If you decide to do more letters than just F, they can see the letters’ differences!

 

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#14: Popsicle Stick Letter Building

 

Building letters with popsicle sticks work on SO many different learning skills.

 

This letter F craft works on letter recognition, counting skills, STEM skills, and pre-writing skills! It’s perfect for school centers or just for home learning!

 

popsicle stick letters

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

popsicle sticks

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B. Set-up

 

Print off the letter cards and grab the popsicle sticks!

 

C. Activity

 

Your kids will use the cards to help them know how to create each letter! Count how many popsicle sticks it takes to create the letters.

 

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#15: Color Coding Letters

 

Want to try a beginner color-coding activity that’s perfect for preschoolers? I love that it works on several skills with just 1 easy setup as well! 

 

This activity works on color recognition, color matching, number recognition, and letter building! Wow, that’s pretty amazing if you ask me.

 

letter F color coding activity

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

 

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B. Set-up

 

Inside the bottle caps, place a dot sticker with the numbers 1-3 written on them. Older children can have more numbers and colors!

 

Create the letter F on the cardboard with the bottle caps in a mixed-up order. Write what each number signifies on the side; you can use a pom too for younger ones. Older kiddos can work on color sight word recognition.

 

C. Activity

 

Have your child use the key to place the correct colored pom in each bottle cap to create the letter F! This works on letter building, color recognition, and number recognition!

 

Want to add in some fine motor skills? Have them use tweezers to pick up and place the poms inside the caps! 

 

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#16: FREE Letter Collage Book

 

Grab my FREE letter collage book to make the letters of the alphabet come to life!

 

Doing these collages is fun and easy, and the kids will start to remember the letters of the alphabet and the letter sounds that each letter makes.

 

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

  • 2″ binder
  • cardstock paper
  • supplies for each letter (varies for each letter)

 

Click HERE to get your FREE Letter Collage Book

 

B. Set-up

 

Print off the pages you want to do. I suggest trying one a day.

 

C. Activity

 

Use your supplies to create each letter of the alphabet. I purposely chose simple things because toddlers and preschoolers will want to create each letter in an easy way!

Use supplies like stickers, paint, paper, glitter glue, markers, etc. Check out my video for inspiration!

 

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Final Thoughts and Conclusion

 

Letter F crafts and activities are a fantastic way for kids to really grasp the letter. Doing some of these activities will help your little ones remember each letter of the alphabet.

 

To go along with these activities, I suggest reviewing the alphabet letters once a day for at least 5 minutes. That’s it! 5 minutes is all it takes if you consistently go over the information with them; you’re going to see how they can pick up the information if repeated daily.

 

Do you have a favorite activity that you do in your classroom or at home with your kids for the letter F? Our community would love to hear about it! We all benefit from sharing our teaching strategies and activities. Leave a comment below to let us know about some ways you like to teach the letter F.

 

Happy Learning!

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