This includes a finished example and a black and white printable template for creating a raccoon out of the capital letter R. Students will cut around the black lines and glue the pieces onto a separate sheet of paper. It is great for fine motor development and scissor skills, as well as helping the child to create a visual picture that ties the letter r to its corresponding sound, /r/! You can use this when teaching with Letter of the Week, when introducing them to toddlers, or when reviewing letter sounds with older students for extra practice. They are wonderful to hang in the hallway or around the classroom, and parents will treasure each one they take home.
I've used this with the 4 and 5 year olds in my class and they love it! You can either print it onto colored paper or have them color with crayons, markers, or watercolors. Either way, it turns out super cute!
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Find other letters here:
Letter A is for Alligator CraftLetter B is for Bumblebee CraftLetter C is for Crab CraftLetter D is for Duck CraftLetter R is for Raccoon CraftLetter S is for Snake CraftLetter T is for Turkey CraftLetter U is for Umbrella CraftLetter V is for Volcano CraftLetter W is for Wagon CraftLetter X is for X-ray CraftLetter Y is for Yawn CraftLetter Z is for Zebra Craft
More letters are coming soon!