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

wizard w alphabuddies craft

Alphabuddy - Wizard W Alphabet Craft

Age 2+

Walrus paper plate craft 

Walrus Paper Bag Craft

Walrus Paper Plate Craft

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Wanda White (Color Buddy) Paper Craft

Age 2+

Willy Watermelon paper craft

Watermelon Crafts:

Watermelon Paper Plate Craft or Mask

Willy Watermelon Paper Craft

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Whale Crafts and Other Activites for Kids

windmill craft

Windmill or Pinwheel Origami Craft


Windmill Toilet Paper Roll Craft

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Wizard TP Roll Craft

Age 3+

wolf craft

Wolf Paper Bag Puppet


Wolf TP Roll Craft

woodpecker craft

Woodpecker Toilet Paper Roll Craft

Age 3+

alphabet letter w coloring pages

Letter W colouring pages

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Letter W Games and Puzzles

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Letter W Mini Book

alphabet songs and rhymes

Letter W songs and rhymes

letter w alphabet tracer pages

Letter W tracer pages

multiple fonts to chose from

ENGLISH, FRENCH and SPANISH now available

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Letter W-w template

Letter WX and wx 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 W week, do lots of water activites -- go to the swimming pool or set one up in the back yard, have water gun fights, let the kids help Wash the vegetables in the Water.  

Older children (and little ones) can learn a bit about the water cycle.  I find that engaging an older sibling or older classroom in the same letter of the week as the little ones (using activities geared to their age level) really helps keep the young ones interested (my young one anyways).  They love imitating big kids.  Do the Water Cycle activity pages from the KidZone site to reinforce this lesson. 

You can easily tie in the Water Cycle lesson with a Weather lesson (another great W word!)  Use our Lion and Lamb weather tracker as part of your Weather lesson.  It was originally made for March, but the graph and basic ideas can be used in other months as well.

WHAT WE DO - BODY:   Wiggle!  Let the kids try to come up with how many things they can wiggle... toes, nose, fingers, hips, legs, arms... if you have a talented relative get them to wiggle their ears for the kids -- it will astound and amaze them (and they'll end up trying to wiggle their own ears for weeks)

WHAT WE DO - FOOD:  Watermelon is a wonderful food!  Buy some and let the kids eat it during Ww week (accompany with the Willie Watermelon paper craft if you so desire).  If you can't find watermelon at the store, try drinking the watermelon KoolAid instead.

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Links to other Letter W Activity and Printables Websites