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The Letter D
Learn or teach the alphabet using these fun ideas. Find fun games, crafts, stories, and other educational activities all related to the letter D.

letter D alphabet activities
Hi, my name is Diane.
I am here to help you learn
about the letter D!
D is for Dentist. That is the job my Dad Does.

Check out all my fun ideas below.

Special D Projects
Just for you!

Coloring - Collage Pages

Print Capital D and
Lower-Case d

Make A...

Dog Ears Headband

How Many blue Letter D's can you find on this page?

D Is For...

More D Activities and Resources

  • Dance - Play a variety of music and let everyone dance!
  • Dot Art - Punch out an assortment of dots using a hole puncher. Make dot art by gluing dots onto paper to make pictures.
  • D Collage Picture - Print out or draw a letter D. Paint glue inside the D and cover it with dirt. Can you think of other things that start with an D that you can add to your picture.
  • Have a duck race
  • Make a Letter D beaded safety pin.
  • D Dictionary Page for Kids - Find many words that begin with the letter D.

Quick Alphabet Crafts
And Activity Ideas

  • Have a bowl of Alphabits cereal for breakfast, or how about some letter-shaped pancakes.
  • Make letters out of homemade clay.
  • Do an alphabet crayon rubbing using letters cut out of sandpaper.
  • Cut out felt letters to use is any of the shared crafts just for a little variety.
  • Gather a few kids together and see how many letter shapes they can make with their whole bodies.
  • Lunch time? Have alphabet soup and Jello ligglers cut into alphabet shapes.
  • Fingerpaint your letters... Instead of finder paint, why not try using pudding or shaving cream?
  • Go for a walk and look for things that start with whatever letter you are studying.
  • See how long of a sentance you can make using as many words that start with the letter as possible.
  • Decorate your sidewalk with the alphabet by using sidewalk chalk!
  • Snack Time? Why not make alphabet shaped sugar cookies!
  • practice the alphabet in a sandbox. Use a stick to write letters. No sandbox? Fill a dishpan with sand.
  • See how many letters you can form by using a pipecleaner.

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