Letter D Crafts for Kindergarten

Dragons, ducks, doves, and several other D objects can help you to introduce the letter D to the kindergarten children. You will also need some easy, fun and creative letter D craft ideas to add into your lesson plan. Here we provide over 20 craft ideas to use with the little one. they will make children learn faster and happier. Take a look at them and have some fun. There are also Letter D book list for you to read to them. If you need more lesson D ideas, you can have great access as well. Here you go … 

Letter D Crafts

Letter D Crafts for preschool or kindergarten - Fun, easy and educational!Here are a few of our favorite Letter D crafts.  Enjoy!

Letter Of The Week DD – Dragon’s! – No Time For Flash Cards

D is for Dr. Seuss Week – Park Prep Academy

Bible Letter Craft D: Dove With Olive Branch – Catholic Icing

How to Make a Letter D Sensory Bin – Life with Moore Babies

Popsicle Stick Dragonfly Craft – Premeditated Leftovers

Letter D Craft: D is for Dinosaur – The Letters of Literacy

Dotted Dino Dips in ‘n Dots – Kidz Activities

D is for Dandelions – Dandelions on the Wall

Preschool Alphabet Book: Uppercase Letter D – From ABC’s to ACT’s

Letter “D” Duck – Play and Learn With Dana

Easy Dragonfly Bug Craft – Preschool Crafts For Kids

Paper Plate Donut Craft For Kids – Happy Hooligans

D Is For Daisy – Totally Tots

Letter D – d…d…dog – Miss Maren’s Monkeys

Free Letter D for Dinosaur Printable – The Measured Mom

Letter D Activities: Dogs from Dots – A Mom with a Lesson Plan

Letter Of The Week: D – The Teaching Zoo

Preschool Alphabet Book: Lowercase Letter D – From ABC’s to ACT’s

Printable Letter D Crafts: D Is For Dots – Fun With Mama

Words Starting With Letter D Worksheet – My Teaching Station

D Is For Doghouse – Crystal & Co

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