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

King K alphabuddies craft

Alphabuddy - King K Craft

Age 2+

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Kaleidoscope Paper Craft

Age 2+

karate craft

Karate Toilet Paper Roll Craft

Age 3+

Kite Craft

Kite Paper Craft

Age 2+

letter k alphabet ideas

Keith the Koala Cuddle Buddy

Paper Craft

TP Roll Craft

more Koala Crafts

letter k alphabet ideas

Kevin the Kangaroo Cuddle Buddy

Paper Craft

TP Roll Craft

more Kangaroo Crafts

letter k alphabet coloring book pages

Letter Kk colouring pages

letter k alphabet ideas

Letter K Games and Puzzles

letter k alphabet ideas

Letter K Mini Book

alphabet songs and rhymes

Letter K songs and rhymes

letter k alphabet tracer pages

Letter K tracer pages

multiple fonts to chose from

ENGLISH, FRENCH and SPANISH now available

letter k alphabet ideas

Letter K-k template


Letter KL and kl 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:  In the summer or a nice autumn day, take the opportunity to go fly kites.  You can either make your own (mine never fly that well *grin*) or go buy one at the store.  Just make sure you're flying in a safe (power line free) area. 

You can also learn the "Let's Go Fly a Kite" song from the Mary Poppins movie or the "Kite Days" poem by Mark Sawyer.  

WHAT WE DO - EXERCISE: OK, everyone's going to think I'm odd for this one, but I was a relatively sedate person my whole life and I wish now that I hadn't been.  Therefore, I try hard to get the kids to "do as I say, not as I did".  In order to make exercise fun, we do some fairly odd things... for the letter K, we decided we'd do our "home-made" version of karate.  This involves lots of kicking and punching at the air (er, it looks a bit like random flailing to outside observers, but we have big imaginations) we also jump around, do cartwheels and forward rolls.  Just make sure you do it somewhere with lots of space so no one (and nothing) gets injured... and you may want to hide the video camera before you begin! 

If Karate is too violent for you, you could pretend to be kangaroos... this also ends up being quite the workout!

Links to other letter K sites

Links to other Letter K Activity and Printables Websites