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Fun Uppercase Letter Crafts for Kids

Fun Uppercase Letter Crafts for Kids

This collection of alphabet letter crafts is so much fun for preschool children. Tap into your child’s creativity with a fun letter craft.

There are so many different options to choose from and all are using materials you probably have on hand right now. Your child or students will have a great time making these while also being exposed to the shape of the letter in the best way.

Crafts are a great way to strengthen fine motor skills in a creative and fun way. Sometimes crafts can be educational activities too (although they shouldn’t always be). You can make your own letter crafts with a few simple supplies.

Craft Foam Letter Animals

awesome letter crafts

I love this fun alphabet craft because kids love animals and all of the crafts start with capital letters. It uses craft foam which is more durable, but you can also use different colors of construction paper. Adding googly eyes was my child’s favorite way to finish off each animal. 

Source: Totally Tots


Alphabet Collages


Make Alphabet Collages! Whether you cut out the letters from magazines and newspapers ahead of time or the children hunt for letters and cut them out, this is an easy letter craft that strengthens fine motor skills, hand strength, and the pincer grasp.

Print the alphabet shapes (there is one available for every letter of the alphabet) onto white paper to start the alphabet collage. You can do one letter at a time or have two alphabet shapes and sort and glue two different letters.

I love that the letters of the alphabet are in all different fonts. I think that’s important for children to be exposed to when they are ready.

This is a great idea and fun activity for kids of all ages that need practice identifying letters. It is also a great introduction to letter sounds because each letter shape starts with the letter you are gluing inside of it.


Paper Plate Alphabet Crafts


Paper Plate Alphabet Crafts are an easy craft for alphabet fun. The paper plates are a sturdy base to work on and turn into different items.


Toilet Paper Tube Alphabet Crafts

Toilet Paper Tube Alphabet Crafts

These easy alphabet crafts are some of my favorites! I’m always looking for creative ways to reuse toilet paper tubes and this was perfect. The fun part of this cute alphabet craft is that because they stand up by themselves, they turn into different characters to play with. Build with blocks to make a house for the character or feed it something from the play kitchen.


Printable Alphabet Crafts

The Aloha Hut features uppercase letter crafts using uppercase letters as the starting point for the craft.

Kindergarten Worksheets and Games offers free lowercase letter crafts with the lowercase letters as a free printable to get you started.

Homemade Heather has Handprint Alphabet Crafts. These abc crafts are a great keepsake to turn into a book.


Craft Stick Alphabet Crafts

Turn crafts sticks into the coolest things for every letter of the alphabet. Ideas from Glued to My Crafts Blog.

Whether you are looking for letter of the week crafts or a fun craft for a rainy day, we hope these letter crafts give you the inspiration to get started and to make learning fun.




Saturday 7th of January 2012

I have been working with my older son on the alphabet using these letters.... I am subscribed to you and had found them through you when i was browsing through your site... just wanted to let you know that you led me there :)

I also use some other crafts and ideas i find around the web and posted the first half of alphabet on my blog :)


Friday 9th of April 2010

These are very cute! Thanks for sharing the link!

Little Family Fun

Thursday 4th of March 2010

Oh, and I will be linking to you next week and your idea for the shapes & letters printable roads. Thanks again!

Little Family Fun

Thursday 4th of March 2010

Love it. ESPECIALLY getting it all organized before hand. That seems to be the hardest part whenever we do a craft....I sit LM down and then have to gather the supplies and do all the Mommy stuff first. By that time, he's lost interest, and I'm more stressed trying to hurry and get everything ready. Thank you for the inspiration!Linda

Miller Moments

Wednesday 3rd of March 2010

We love letter crafts!