The letter K almost seems unnecessary, since the letter C can also make the hard sound that the K often makes. But regardless, it is part of our alphabet, and kids must learn when to use it.
You can make the process more fun by letting kids learn with this K is for kangaroo letter craft. This particular craft is simple and makes the perfect addition to K week at school.
These alphabet crafts are designed for early learners and can be used in preschools, kindergartens, day care, and at home to teach kids the alphabet in a fun way.
Don’t forget to download the free letter templates that go along with these crafts to make your life easier.
K is for Kangaroo Letter Craft
It’s so much fun to see the letter K transform suddenly into a mama kangaroo! Kids will love putting little things into the pouch for the mom to hold for later. You could even make a baby kangaroo from brown paper to go inside the pouch if you like.
Don’t forget to download the letter J activity pack to go along with this letter craft!
What you’ll need to make the K is for kangaroo alphabet craft:
- letter K template
- Glue sticks
- Googly eyes
- Construction paper
Use the letter K template to draw the K onto brown paper. You can cut several Ks out at once. You’ll also need to cut out a head, pouch, and tail for each child who will be making the craft.
Show the kids how to glue the head, tail, and pouch to the letter K.
Add googly eyes and draw on a nose and mouth. Add three dots on each side of the nose for whiskers.
Your letter K kangaroo craft is done!
Add even more learning to this activity when you get the Letter K activity mini pack!