Letter Of The Week – Letter L Theme

letter of the week curriculum We are almost half way through the alphabet with our Letter of The Week theme series. These theme posts are meant to bring together upper and lowercase letter crafts, crafts and projects that begin with the letter and whole alphabet books and activities. Why do this? To make it easier for you to find what you need for every letter.

{Letter L Crafts}

Ladder LLeaf LLighthouse l –  Love L

{Crafts & Activities That Start With L}

lantern craft

Ladybug CraftLadybug MathLanternsLeavesLego MeasuringLeopard CraftLightning BugsLove Bugs – Lego Building Game 

{ Alphabet Books }


The Alphabet from A to Y With Bonus Letter Z! by Steve Martin was introduced to me by Rebecca when she sent it in for this post . When I saw it at the library I grabbed it and so glad I did. It’s a fun book with silly rhymes for each letter and I was surprised that my son sat all the way through it. It’s a pretty long alphabet book for a toddler. I liked the details in the illustrations even if the sometimes gross humor was not my favorite, but kids will love it !

Alphabeep!: A Zipping, Zooming ABC by Debora Pearson is a great book for older toddlers and preschoolers. The transportation themed book uses rhymes and colorful illustrations to go from A to Z. The text was a bit long for my young toddler but I shortened it and he was able to enjoy the book , children 2 and up will love it just the way it is! This ison my must buy list.

{ Whole Alphabet Activities}

Alphabet Sensory Tub Car AlphabetFamily Letters


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  1. becky brandt says

    I love the letter of the week ideas. I teach at risk children that have to have a great deal of hands on learning. Thanks so much this is wonderful. Becky Brandt- preschool teacher

    • admin says

      Thank you ! I taught in a school with kids that needed as much exposure to leters at school as possible because they didn’t get much at home. It’s from that experience that I tapped into to make them as much fun and relevant to kids as possible.

  2. Judy Cadogan says

    I literally stumbled at your site today. It is truly amazing. I have been searching for simple interesting theme-based activities for my inner city children. I am going to use some of your ideas beginning tomorrow. I am really excited. Thank you very much

  3. Tammy White says

    I love the variety you offer with each letter. I teach special needs Preschool and am always looking for new ideas since I can have the same student three or more years in a row.


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