DLTK's Educational Activities for Kids
Alphabet Ideas:  The Letter G Activities!

Gloria G alphabuddies craft

Alphabuddy - Gloria G Alphabet Craft

Age 2+

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Gingerbread Man Thematic Unit

includes many printable worksheets for use by parents, teachers and caregivers

Giraffes Crafts and Other Activities

Giraffes Crafts and Other Activities for Kids

letter g alphabet ideas

Goat Crafts and Other Activities

Groovy grapes alphabuddies craft

Groovy Grapes Paper Craft

Age 2+

letter g alphabet ideas

Letter G Color Buddies:

Grandpa Gray Paper Craft

Gus Green Paper Craft

letter g coloring book pages

Letter G Coloring Pages

letter g alphabet ideas

Letter G Games and Puzzles

letter g alphabet ideas

Letter G Mini Book

alphabet songs and rhymes

Letter G songs and rhymes

letter g alphabet tracer pages

Letter G tracer pages

multiple fonts to chose from

ENGLISH, FRENCH and SPANISH now available

letter g alphabet ideas

Letter G-g template

Letter GH and gh templates

Each week we have a special "letter of the week".  During the week, we make crafts that feature the letter of the week and practice the upper and lower cases of the letter. 

WHAT WE DO - ACTIVITIES:  During the week we're learning about a particular letter (in this case the Letter G), we'll often do an activity celebrating that letter.  Some ideas for the letter G are helping in the Garden (er, Grow starts with G too), visiting Grandma and/or Grandpa or playing a Game.

If you don't have a garden or it's the middle of winter, make an indoor garden.  Decorate some homemade pots and grow plants.  Some quick (and cool) things to grow are:

  • apple or orange seeds (eat the fruit, remove three seeds and plant it in a small pot of soil.  Place in a sunny window to grow.  Thin to one "tree" if a few come up)
  • Avacodo pit:  Make Guacomole (hmmm, that starts with a G doesn't it?)  Take out the pit.  Put toothpicks in each side.  Take a small glass or jar and fill partially with water.  Balance the pit on top of the glass using the toothpicks to hold it out of the water.  The pit should be about 1/2 emerged.  Watch it grow (and I do mean watch it!  It grows fast and tall!)
  • Sweet Potato:  Cut in half and plant in a largish pot (big margarine tubs or a 4 litre milk container with the top cut off work).  It will grow quite a nice vine.

WHAT WE DO - CRAFTS: Instead of using crayons or paint, glue coloured aquarium Gravel to your picture (gravel can be purchased at any pet store or at places like Walmart).  You can typically get it in small bags so can buy a few different colours.  We did this with a picture of a Goldfish in a bowl (blue for the water, Green for the plants/coral and orange for the goldfish).  (Click here to print the picture).

WHAT WE DO - FOOD:  Groovy Grapes make a great snack and a great craft during G week! 

Links to other Letter G Activity and Printables Websites