The kids will love this K is for Kite Worksheet activity! It’s a great way to help them focus on letter learning- specifically the letter k! Make sure to check out the rest of my alphabet printables as well!
Younger kids and early elementary learners will benefit from learning about the specific letters of the alphabet. This is true because it breaks them down into individual letters, allowing them to focus and really learn about it before moving on to the next.
It’s important to give the kids time to visualize and understand letters. Why we might only have 26 letters in the alphabet, this means that there are literally MILLIONS of words that are made using a small number of letters.
One of the best ways to prep the kids for learning and reading fun is to have them slow down and learn about uppercase letters and lowercase letters. Knowing when to use each properly is important for reading, writing, and more.
What the children learn now at a young age when it comes to letters is something that they’ll take with them throughout their entire lives.
What is the learning benefit of this printable?
Learning printables that this letter K packet is perfect for repetition learning. This means that they’ll be able to see the letter in uppercase and lowercase and then also be able to associate it with pictures and words.
Every child will find something in these printables that they enjoy doing – and even have fun while learning!
What it includes:
This alphabet printable includes multiple printable pages. Included in this packet, you’ll find:
- drawing tutorial
- identification for upper and lowercase K
- line tracing for letters and words
- coloring pictures that start with the letter k
This is a great packet for early learners and those who are ready to start learning all the letters of the alphabet!
Fun ways to use this printable:
There are several printable pages to this activity, but that doesn’t mean that you have to stop there. Think outside the pages and find some fun activities that can extend this learning. It doesn’t have to be anything complicated at all – sometimes, the best ideas are the ones that are just simple and fun.
Here are some ways that you can use this printable to think of more learning ideas and fun ideas that involve the letter K.
Go outside and fly a kite
Since you’re doing a kite printable, grab the kite and head out the door! This is a super fun way for the kids to have some hands-on activities while still being able to talk about the letter K learning as well.
If you have multiple kites, have fun and join in! Doing activities together is the perfect way to bond and grow.
Try to build a kite
For a fun STEM activity, have the kids try and create their own kite. Do they know what it takes to make a kite fly, or will their kite be more beautiful than helpful?
Either way, this gets their brain thinking outside the box and in a more creative way. Learning is so much fun!
Draw a new kite design
The cool thing about kites is that there are so many options out there! From solid colors to wacky designs and even some pretty cool themes.
Challenge the kiddos to design their own kite! You can cut a diamond out on a larger piece of paper and then see what they can come up with!
Talk about where they got their inspiration from and what they’d change about it if they could. This opens up the lines of communication, all while helping give them the confidence to be creative as well.
These are just a few ideas on how you can use these printables to want to be creative in other areas as well. Ultimately, don’t forget that any type of letter learning will be helpful! Be sure to talk to your child and see what else they would find interesting.
When you include them in the decision-making, they’re going to be so excited and ready for the plans.
What is an easy way to encourage my child to want to learn?
Using fun and engaging printables like these is a great idea! Kids love to color, they love to create, and they love to be independent.
This means that using printables is a simple way to accomplish all of that – while giving them confidence as well! They’ll be able to sit down at the table and start on the packet right away.
More Letter Printables:
Here are some other great printable resources that would be perfect to pair with this activity. When it comes to alphabet letter learning, more is always better!
- Letter K Worksheets for Preschool
- Find the Letter J is for Jaguar Worksheets
- Letter G Worksheets for Preschool