It is time for another amazing hand print art project and this week it is all about the letter L!
Can you think of all the things that start with the letter L? Lamp, lawn, leaf, lemon, lime, lizard and more!
At the end of this post we have a collection of letter L activities for kids that is perfect to focus on all week long!
Hi everyone! We are back with another hand print art post. How have you been liking the series so far? My daughter and I have been loving it. She just adores making hand prints and footprints!
Today’s post is ‘L is for Lollipop’ which goes perfectly with the Letter of the Week Snack: apple lollipops!
How to make the L is for Lollipop Hand Print Art:
For this craft, we will be making palm prints instead of using the whole hand to make a print.
You will need at least 2 different paintbrushes and 2 colors of paint.
Choose one color and make a curly-cue on the palm. Ours sort of looked like we drew a ‘G’ on it.
Take a 2nd color and fill in the remaining unpainted areas. Optional: You could also add a 3rd color like we did with the first lollipop.
Repeat this same process for however many lollipops you wish to create. My daughter always wants to make 3 of everything since that is her age.
Draw on a lollipop stick. I added angle lines to our sticks and alternated colors.
Write ‘L is for Lollipop” across the top or bottom.
Can you guess what Letter M is going to be?
Letter of the Week Activities for Preschoolers (Letter L)
- Letter of the Week Craft: L is for Lamp
- Preschool Letter Worksheets: Lamp Do a Dot
- Handwriting Practice for Kids: Letter L (coming soon)
- Books Children Must Read: Letter L
- Letter of the Week Snack Letter L
- How to Make an Alphabet Flip Book
- Free Preschool Printable: Handwriting Worksheets
Check out these Handwriting Practice Worksheets for alphabet learning with your preschooler!