Welcome to L week ? This post is full of fun and engaging preschool activities for the letter L, all tested and tried on my 4-year-old. He is so excited about “doing school” with the older kids that his enthusiasm is contagious.
When my older children were in preschool I began teaching them the alphabet through this letter a week system and it worked so well that I am now on child number four and still happy with the system.
Activities for the Letter L
Activities for the letter L in this post include letter L worksheets, letter L crafts, and letter L books. Before we launch into those, let’s brainstorm a bit about what begins with the letter L.
- Lincoln Logs
- Land (a focus on the days of creation might be fun)
Letter L Worksheets
Preschool is that age where we begin to see learning styles develop. Some kids will enjoy the sit down work that letter L worksheets provide while others are too active for them.
Allow your preschooler to set the stage for learning. Take their lead and if necessary gently guide them in the direction you wish for them to take. This will make learning more fun for both of you!
I have two letter identification sheets for our letter L worksheets. Click on the image to print.
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I also have three more letter L worksheets your preschooler may enjoy. Whether you are a homeschooling mama, a preschool teacher, or a mom dedicated to your child’s education, these worksheets will come in handy.
Letter L Crafts
Letter L crafts is a fun one, partly because of lions 😉 Check out these cute letter L crafts and then explore a few more options in the links below. I cheated a bit and used this cute ladybug for letter I (insect) as well!
Teach Beside Me has the cutest popcorn ball lambs.
The Simple Parent has a cute leaf craft.
Letter L Books
There is no denying the benefits your preschoolers will reap from being read to. Truthfully, even if you didn’t do any of the other suggestions here on activities for the letter L, your child will still learn plenty.
Here are a few of our favorite letter L books.
ike a Hundred Drums by Annette Griessman
The Berenstain Bears Love Their Neighbors by Stan and Jan Berenstain
Little Blue Truck by Alice Schertle
Library Lion by Michelle Knudsen
Llama Llama Mess, Mess, Mess by Dewdney
Other Activities for the Letter L
I hope you came across some good ideas here! I thought I’d leave you with a few more activities for the letter L from other bloggers. Also, be sure to check out my letter of the week preschool curriculum above. It is designed to be low prep and flexible to fit into any time frame and learning style.
Also, I’d love to hear back in the comments below which books, crafts, or worksheets your preschooler enjoyed most!
Letter L Activities by ABC Jesus Loves Me
10 Cute and Easy Lion Crafts by Artsy Craftsy Mom