These are some of Tristan’s favorite animals (mine too), so this was extra fun!
I found some FREE printable letters to go along with E F G and H.
It’s really neat seeing things start to click in Tristan’s brain. He almost knows all of his colors and points out colors everywhere we go. At two and a half he’s learning his alphabet and points out the letters he knows when he sees them.
All the kids get really excited when we look at our alphabet, number and color books. The girls have started to repeat letters when we do flash cards.
Learning is fun, and I hope it stays that way!
E for Elephant
F for fox.
G for Giraffe
H for Hippo
I’m pleased that he can tell me the name of each alphabet animal, without me telling him! He traces the “hidden” letter with his finger and says “F for fox”.
I do not have a pattern to share, I free hand all the animal letters. I use a pencil and erase a lot. Using a ruler helps to make some of my lines strait. I hate drawing eyes so googley eyes work great!
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I needed a temporary solution for all of Tristan’s art projects and pre-school letters. I found a galvanized metal wall hanging at Michaels. It’s cute and effective as a magnetic board. Eventually I want a cork board “crown molding” to boarder the ceiling of the play/school room. I haven’t figured out all the details of that project yet!
Tristan has been learning his farm animal names (he already knew most of them), numbers, colors and alphabet. We have so enjoyed making alphabet animals for each new letter! As you can see we already made B, C, and on a previous post I showed the picture of A for Aligator. You don’t have to be an artist, it’s for preschoolers. I can’t even draw stick figures so as long as he can tell these animals are letters I did all right 🙂
Today we are making D for Dog or Dalmatian.
Start with a blank white card stock, a pen or pencil and a ruler.
Draw a big bold “D”. Doesn’t have to be perfect, you can shape it up when you cut it out. Depending on the age of your child they can help cut out the letters.
Cut out the letter D and have your little helper glue it to a colored piece of card stock, Tristan picked blue.
We looked in our paper scraps file and added some spots, an eye (kinda sad looking), collar, tag and an ear.
All finished and ready to hang on the magnet board.
Tristan especially likes this letter because it’s just like his Dalmatian that he likes to carry around the house.
We are finished this craft and the girls are still napping. Time to do some pre-school!