My son made these Letter Ss crafts in his preschool class. I love that they made their snakes on tiny paper plates instead of the regular-sized ones like our sponge painted snake & sequin snake we made a few years ago. The kids glued little squares on them & googly eyes. The teacher used a hole punch on the mouth and tail areas. The kids strung through a pink pipe cleaner to create a tongue (twist at the ends) and a black one with a bell attached to it to create the tail.
They practiced writing upper and lowercase Ss and made a stop sign they could hold. If you can’t find a stop sign to print, you could make a stencil of an octagon shape for the kids to trace. Have them glue it to a craft stick. This is perfect for creating fun games with – the possibilities are endless!
They also made a seal craft that they could hold in their hand like a puppet. All you need is a paper plate, glue, scissors, a printout of a seal, and markers to color it with.
What Letter Ss crafts have you made?
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Amanda is an ‘artsy momma’ to 2 kids who love making crafts just as much as she does. Follow their creative journey over on the blog titled Artsy Momma. Besides crafts, they share fun food ideas, hands-on learning activities, mommy DIY, + lots more! If you love handprint art, head over to their Fun Handprint Art blog where you will find hundreds of their projects all made with little hands and feet.
I love these activities! How FUN!! I wanted to invite you to join us in our Share It Saturday link up party. Each week, so many creative and fun ideas are shared and it is so wonderful finding new ideas and blogs! Yours would fit right in!