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Letter E is for Elephant Activity Sheets

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These Letter E is for Elephant alphabet printables are great for learning all about the letter E. When it comes to uppercase and letter case learning, these printable alphabet worksheets are the best. The kids will love working on their letter skills while being creative at the same time.

This alphabet book is perfect for adding some fun elephant worksheets and elephant themed coloring pages into the kid’s daily activities! These free elephant pages are full of learning fun!

Be sure to check out my Find the Letter Worksheets for even more free printable fun.

Why not make the letter E the letter of the week? If you’re a homeschooling mom, these printable pages can make a lesson plan super simple for you!

What is the learning benefit of this printable?

Your little one will learn all about the letter E! They’ll be able to identify it and start picking it out in lowercase or uppercase form. This is super helpful for sight words, spelling, and learning how to read.

For preschoolers, identifying the letters is important because it will help them become more efficient readers. Studies have shown that children who can quickly and accurately identify letters are more likely to become skilled readers.

What it includes:

This printable Letter E activities are 6 pages of printable fun! Included in the printables are:

  • elephant coloring pages
  • elephant tracing
  • mazes and more!

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The letter E is a very common letter in the English language. In fact, it is the most common letter in the alphabet! This makes it a great letter for your little one to learn. They will be able to see it often, and it will help them with their sight words, spelling, and reading.

There are a few things to keep in mind when teaching your child about the letter E. First, make sure to point out both the uppercase and lowercase forms of the letter.

It is also helpful to teach them a few simple words that start with E, such as “egg” or “elephant.” By doing this, your child will start to develop a strong foundation for reading and writing.

Fun ways to use this printable:

Even though this printable is easy to print and use, why not use this time to think outside the box and be creative! You can pair up so many other fun activities with this printable packet!

Learn about African elephants and also baby elephant facts

Since this printable is all about elephants, focus on some other elephant learning facts! There are so many great facts about elephants that you can teach the kids! This is a great way for them to learn all about elephants.

Elephants are the largest land animals on Earth, and they are one of the most iconic and popular animals. These massive mammals have fascinated humans for centuries, and there is still much to learn about them.

Here are 5 facts about elephants that may surprise you:

  1. Elephants are highly social creatures and live in close-knit family groups.
  2. They have incredible memory and can remember friends and family members for decades.
  3. Elephants are excellent swimmers and have been known to swim for miles at a time.
  4. Their trunks are extremely versatile and can be used for everything from picking up food to spraying water.
  5. Despite their size, elephants are very gentle creatures and have rarely been known to attack humans.

Make a letter E craft

Challenge the kids to make a craft that starts with the letter E. This could be an elephant craft, a coloring page that they create and draw, or something that they’ll have to cut out and work on their scissor skills with.

Preschoolers are at a critical juncture in their cognitive development. After spending their early years largely acquiring motor skills, they are now beginning to develop the ability to think symbolically. This allows them to understand that objects can represent other things, which is a fundamental step in the development of language and mathematical abilities.

Crafting activities are an excellent way to encourage this type of thinking. By working with their hands to create objects that are functionally identical to other objects, preschoolers can begin to understand that one object can stand in for another.

In addition, crafts can also help preschoolers to develop fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. As a result, crafting activities offer a unique opportunity to support the cognitive development of preschoolers.

Here are a few of our favorite elephant crafts:

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Have the kids create a coloring sheet

Making coloring sheets is always fun! They can use construction paper or regular paper and have a blast. If they want to cut out the letter E and add it to their coloring sheet, they can glue the letter right to the page.

There are so many fun ways the kids can be creative when making crafts and ideas! Now is the time to let them have fun and make something to go along with their letter learning.

The more that you can give them the chance to be creative with the tools and ideas that they have at home, the more that they will be confident in their creativity as they grow.

More Printable Letter Activities:

Here are some other fun printable letter activities for the kids!

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Sue Brooks

Thursday 10th of August 2023

Good morning, thank you so much for your amazing content. As an early literacy specialist I work with a very wide age range. The activities you share are easy to make fun and challenging to all those I work with. I've begun working on a letter a week. One of my favorite activities is using painters tape on cardstock. I create a letter using the tape. For letter M we did marble painting. When the creation dries kids remove the tape revealing the letter M. For I we painted with ice paints I made with liquid watercolors in ice cube trays. Once the creations were dry we added insect stamps for lower case i I made using wooden bug stickers from the $Tree and winecorks. The kids painted the stampers with tempera paints and stamped them on their letter I work. Emphasis is on the sounds of the letters. These techniques use all the senses. When a child learns actively they the memory is stored as a pleasure and remembered. Have fun playing and learning. Miss Sue

Kelli Miller

Wednesday 20th of September 2023

Thank you so much for your kind words, Miss Sue! I'm thrilled to hear that you find my content amazing and that the activities I share are beneficial to the children you work with as an early literacy specialist. Your letter-a-week approach sounds fantastic, and I love the creative activities you've come up with for each letter.

Using painters tape on cardstock to create letters and incorporating different painting techniques like marble painting and ice paints is a wonderful way to engage children and make the learning process fun and interactive. Adding in insect stamps for the lowercase "i" is a clever touch as well. It's great to hear that these activities help emphasize the sounds of the letters while engaging multiple senses.

I completely agree with you that when children learn actively and have fun, the memory is stored as a pleasurable experience and is more likely to be remembered. Thank you for sharing your expertise and encouraging others to have fun while playing and learning. Keep up the fantastic work, Miss Sue!

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