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

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Alphabuddy - Princess P Craft

Age 2+


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Paddington Bear

Paddington Bear Craft

Age 3+

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Panda Cuddle Buddy

Paper Craft

TP Roll Craft

TP Roll Craft #2

parrot crafts

Parrot Crafts and Other Activities for Kids

crafts, coloring and more!

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Peacock Crafts and Other Activities for Kids

Crafts, coloring and more!


Penguin Crafts and Other Activites for Kids

Crafts, coloring and more!

pineapple craft

Pineapple Craft

Age 2+

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Pig Crafts and Other Ideas for Kids

crafts, coloring and more

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Pirate Crafts and Other Activities for Kids

Projects for various ages

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Purple Pansy Color Buddy

Age 2+

letter p alphabet coloring book pages

Letter P Coloring Pages

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Letter P Games and Puzzles

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Letter P Mini Book

alphabet songs and rhymes

Letter P songs and rhymes

letter p alphabet tracer pages

Letter P tracer pages

multiple fonts to chose from

ENGLISH, FRENCH and SPANISH now available

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Letter P-p template

Letter OP and op 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 P), we'll often do an activity celebrating that letter.  One idea for the letter P is having a party.  This can be a simple, family only, party or one where a couple of friends are invited.  The child should be encouraged to plan the party themselves.  It should include food, drinks, activities and crafts that start with the letter P.  Some suggestions are potato chips, Pepsi, pickles, pears, peanuts, pin the tail on the pony (ok, it looks like a donkey, but we can imagine!) and any of the crafts on this page.

WHAT WE DO - CRAFTS: Instead of using crayons use paint for your crafts.  During the week try different types of paint and different methods of painting.  For instance... finger painting, brush painting, sponge painting, tempra paints, water colour paints, and toothbrush painting (flick paint from an old toothbrush with your finger... a good way to do snow falling).  You can even make your own paint (this simple recipe is non-toxic and is as fun for the kids to stir up as it is for them to use... be careful though as the colours can stain clothing).

For even younger kids, try pudding paint (two P's!!)

WHAT WE DO - RECYCLINGMaking recycled paper is half craft/half recycling and is fun for older kids (Age 5+).  I've found that children younger than that don't enjoy it as much as there is a fair amount of waiting time between the start of the project and the finished paper.  They also don't quite grasp the concept of recycling or the environment.  Anyways, it's lots of fun and a few sheets of the finished paper can be put together as gift notepaper for mom or grandma or it can be turned into cards by the children for a special occassion.

letter p alphabet links

Links to other Letter P Activity and Printables Websites