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Simple Jj template to print and color
One activity you might want to consider is to cut the template into jigsaw puzzle pieces
- Print the template and color in the J j. Point out to the child which is the capital j and which is the lowercase. Choose lighter colors to color the j's so the puzzle lines show up well.
- With a black pencil crayon or marker, draw some jigsaw lines onto the Jj's (an adult can do this for the child before or after they color in the letters). I did quite a few as my daughter is a jigsaw lover, but if your child is not familiar with them, just chop up the j's into 2 or 3 pieces.
- Cut the J's into their jigsaw pieces.
- Glue the pieces onto a piece of construction paper (solve the jigsaw
- Point out that Jj is for Jigsaw
Whenever I do these projects with Kaitlyn, I get to draw pictures of words that start with the letter and then she gets to color them. Don't stress about your drawing skills... the kids will love watching you draw! Letter J words I drew were jam, jar, jail, jelly bean, jigsaw puzzle piece and Jack in the box (which we decided was actually a Jill in the box since I drew a girl)