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C Is for Compass Craft

Clearly, this clever ABC Craft calls for a celebration! Your preschoolers are certain to delight in learning lowercase letter C with this cute compass as their guide. Just follow the directions and you’ll arrive at your crafting destination before anyone can ask, “Are we there yet?”

Here’s What You’ll Need

Instructions for Assembling Your Letter C Craft

  1. Print the C Is for Compass Craft templates.
  2. Cut out the templates and trace the letter C and the compass parts onto card stock.
  3. Cut out the letter C and the compass parts.
  4. Glue the base plate onto a full sheet of card stock (we used green, but you can use any color you like).
  5. Glue the letter C on top of the base plate.
  6. Attach the dial to the base plate.
  7. After the compass is assembled, use a marker to write the directional markings on the compass.

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Learning with Your Letter C Craft

As you and your child assemble your C Is for Compass Craft, practice saying /c/–/c/–compass together. You can find more tips for working on pre-reading skills with your preschooler in this handy download.

children show off their lowercase c craft

We would LOVE to see how your ABC Crafts turn out! Please share your photos with us on our Facebook page, or tag your Instagram photos with the hashtag #allaboutABCcrafts!

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Photos by: Rachel Neumann

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Elizabeth whiting

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My 4 year old and I love these. When wet learn a new letter we do the project that goes with it. My two year old has started asking to do a “project” too.

Robin E.

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I love that these crafts are well loved by both child and parent! Thanks for sharing, Elizabeth.

kim

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These are great! Thanks. I use your programs with my older kids and definitely want to start my preschooler with this. However, your C download templates aren’t working

Robin E.

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I’m sorry you had trouble with the downloads, Kim! Please try again. They worked fine for me just now. However, if you still cannot download them, please let me know.

Jeanine Feldkamp

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I can’t wait to try this with my son!

Ashley Ortega

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Love this idea! Thanks so much for putting all of these together :)

I started working with my 3-year-old on these cute crafts and he loves it! He already knows all letters and sounds so it is even more exciting :)

Robin E.

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Karina,
I love hearing that these crafts are being enjoyed so much! 😊

Brandy

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Can’t wait to do these with my son!

Kyla

says:

That’s a cute compass!

Shawna

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These are great! Thanks for making them available for us.

Robin E.

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You’re welcome, Shawna!

Linda Deavours

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Thank you for these crafts. I will be using them with my PK Sunday School class . My babes need extra reinforcement : letters , colors … I can help by using these crafts. A is apple – the apple of His eye .

Robin E.

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Linda,
I think these crafts would be lots of fun with a class! 😊

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