Teaching the letter C can be a bit confusing for kids, because it can make the hard C sound, like in cat, or the soft C sound, like in city. In this alphabet craft, you can teach kids the hard C sound by transforming a letter C into an adorable cat. This C is for cat letter craft is adorable, simple to make, and tons of fun for kids learning their letters for the first time. Make this project even easier when you use our free letter templates. This will make cutting the letters out a breeze! Follow the rest of the instructions to create your own clan of C cats.
Don’t forget to download the letter C activity pack to go along with this letter craft!
C is for Cat Letter Craft
Kids will love transforming this letter C into a cute cat!
What you’ll need to make the C is for cat alphabet craft:
- Letter C template
- Glue sticks
- Googly eyes
- Construction paper
Print the template onto regular computer paper, or directly onto orange paper. Layer the template over several pieces of orange paper so you can cut multiple letters out at once.
You’ll also want to cut out a white belly and white tail spots for each cat before giving the project to the kids to do. Cut out a head and oval body for each cat.
Each kid will need two googly eyes, a glue stick, a marker, a cat belly, tail spots, a head, a body, two ears, and the letter C.
We made our cats orange, but you can use any “cat” color you want, like white, brown, black, or cream. Cats come in all sorts of colors!
Show the kids how to transform the letter C into a cat. They will be delighted how easily the letter C turns into the cat’s tail.
Showcase the letter C cats in the classroom, or let the kids take them home and display them on the fridge!
Add even more learning to this activity when you get the Letter C activity mini pack!