Monday, October 31, 2016

Toddler Letters - "V" is for "Vine"

Toddler/Preshooler letter of the week craft V is for Vine with related craft, tracing sheets and fruits/vegetables.

Toddler/Preshooler letter of the week craft V is for Vine with related craft, tracing sheets and fruits/vegetables.

Supplies Needed:

  • Colored Craft Paper
  • Letter "V" Cutout
  • Elmer's Glue
  • Green Colored Pom Poms
  • Green Pipe Cleaners
  • Markers



Set Up:

We stared by gluing our letter "V" to our green paper.  Then we added big swirls of glue to our letter "V", we used blue sparkle glue, but when it didn't dry clear so I would suggest using white glue.  After that we bent our pipe cleaners into vine like forms and added them to our page, occasionally adding another big glob of glue to help hold it down.  We finished by adding our green pom poms (leaves).  I did glue dots on my paper for where I wanted my leaves, my son enjoyed just adding handfuls.

We finished by talking about different kinds of plants and what they are used for.  Trees offer shade and wood, some plants offer food, flowers are pretty to look at and smell nice etc.

Toddler/Preshooler letter of the week craft V is for Vine with related craft, tracing sheets and fruits/vegetables.

Fruits and Vegetables that Start with "V"

  • Vegetable Marrow

Tracing Letters:

Have you made this craft?  What was your experience like and do you have an suggestions to make it better?  I'd love to hear about them in the comments section below.