preschool activities for the letter k

Fun and Easy Preschool Activities for the Letter K

Welcome to K week ? This post is full of fun and engaging preschool activities for the letter K, 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.

pinterest activities for the letter K

Preschool Activities for the Letter K

What comes to mind when you think of preschool activities for the letter K? Kangaroos and kites? K can be a hard letter because it shares it’s sound with C. Here are a few ideas to get you started!

  • kangaroo
  • kites
  • king
  • killdeer
  • kindness
  • keys
  • kitten
  • kids
  • kiss
  • koala
  • kiwi

Letter K Preschool Worksheets

Are you looking for letter K preschool worksheets? These are great downtime activities. The first two are letter identification worksheets that are perfect for both busy homeschool mamas and busy preschool teachers 🙂

letter K preschool worksheets
letter K preschool worksheets

The whole alphabet is available in these great letter identification worksheets. Just print and go! An easy preschool activity for the letter K or the full alphabet.

I also have three more letter k preschool worksheets for you to print. One is a coloring page, and the other two focus on following directions. Click the image to download. If your preschooler is a ketchup eater, they are sure to like this one.

preschool activities for the letter k

Letter K Arts and Crafts

There are dozens of creative ideas out there for letter K arts and crafts! We made a kitten, kite, and king. You have to love paper plate crafts 🙂

This kite is pretty simple. Construction paper, yarn, and gift ribbon. For more great kite ideas check out “10 Easy Kite Crafts for Kids to Make” by My Little Moppet.

Letter k arts and crafts

Crafts for the Letter K by the Measured Mom has some great ideas for the letter K arts and crafts, My favorite is the koala!

For more ideas, check out my Preschool Letter Activities board on Pinterest!

Letter K Books

We all know that reading to our children is one of the most important steps we can take to help them learn to read. Does your preschooler enjoy books? All of my kids love story time (even the super active ones!) and snuggling on the couch together reading at the end of the day is one of my favorite family activities!

Here are a few letter K books that your preschooler might enjoy.

Clifford’s Kitten by Norman Bridwell

Thomas and Friends King of the Railway by Rev. W. Awdry

Does a Kangaroo Have a Mother Too by Eric Carle

Kite Day A Bear and Mole Story by Will Hillenbrand

Kitten’s First Full Moon by Kevin Henkes

The Kissing Hand by Audrey Penn

I think “The Kissing Hand” is the most well-known on this list of books for the letter K, but my preschooler’s favorite is “Clifford’s Kitten”.

Preschool Activities for the Letter K

Which of these preschool activities for the letter K do you think your preschooler will enjoy the most? Are you ready to jump into your own K week and explore this letter from kangaroo to kiwi?

Be sure to let me know how it goes! Leave a comment below on which ideas you like the best and which ones your preschooler wants to do again 🙂

For the other letters in the preschool series hop over to Preschool Alphabet Series!

Check out this easy to use, low prep preschool curriculum! It’s perfect for both homeschool moms and preschool teachers. Everything you need in one package. Click the image to learn more.

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