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D Is for Doughnut Craft

child assembling her lowercase d craft

Your kids enjoy ABC crafts, dough-nut they? Well, this ABC Craft for lowercase letter D is a “hole” lot of fun! Your preschooler may even want to make this craft a few times so she can change the “flavors” with different colors of construction paper and sprinkles! Go ahead, make a baker’s dozen!

Here’s What You’ll Need

Instructions for Assembling Your Letter D Craft

  1. Print the D Is for Doughnut Craft templates.
  2. Cut out the templates and trace the letter D and the frosting onto card stock.
  3. Cut out the letter D and the frosting.
  4. Glue the letter D onto a full sheet of card stock (we used light blue, but you can use any color you like).
  5. Glue the frosting onto the letter D.
  6. Use different colored markers to draw the doughnut sprinkles on the frosting.

child gluing her lowercase d craft children putting together their lowercase d craft Girl drawing sprinkles on her lowercase d craft

Learning with Your Letter D Craft

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

little girl displaying her lowercase d 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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Kristen

says:

Cute idea!

Jamie H

says:

Love this idea!

Toni Sprouse

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We are beginning a week of letter D activities this week and really looking forward to incorporating this cute idea!!

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

Great timing, Toni! I hope you have lots of fun with D and with this craft!

Cathy

says:

This activity may be another one to help with my son’s b/d reversal. Thanks!

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

Cathy,
You’re welcome! This craft will be a fun way to review d! We also have a “b is for bat” craft and a blog post on How to Solve Letter Reversals that includes lots of ideas for working on b and d.

Let me know if you need more help with this common problem.

Kathy T

says:

I love these cute alphabet crafts! They keep my daughter engaged and excited about learning!

Kecia B

says:

We’re learning lowercase d next week! This would be so fun!

Jodie

says:

My kids love crafts like this! So cute!!

Janice Hicks

says:

Great idea! My kindergartener has dyslexia & has struggled with learning her letters.

Merry

says: Customer Service

Hi Janice, I’m sorry your daughter has struggled with learning letters. I hope she has fun with this craft! We have more ideas on this Letter Knowledge Activities page too. And our Dyslexia Resources page has lots of teaching tips and encouragement too. Let us know if we can help in any way!

Lisa

says:

Very cute!

Alexa Humphries

says:

This is super cute!

Kristen

says:

Great idea!

Lindsay Hill

says:

Looks fun!

I’ve loved doing letter crafts with my preschoolers! We always hang our entire alphabet as we do it. Pretty and a good reminder as they are learning.

Merry

says: Customer Service

How fun! Feel free to send pictures if you’d like us to post them on our Facebook page! Happy learning :-).

LaKrecia R Roe

says:

Adorable Idea! I also like letting them make real food into letters, words, and numbers :)

Merry

says: Customer Service

That’s a great hands-on idea! You might also like these ABC snacks for reinforcing letters and sounds.

Michelle

says:

I’m going to do this with my girl. She loves craft. ;)

Merry

says: Customer Service

Have fun together, Michelle!

Melissa

says:

We may try this with my son who frequently confuses the letter b and the letter d!

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

Melissa,
This craft will be a fun way to review d! We also have a “b is for bat” craft. We also have a blog post on How to Solve Letter Reversals that includes lots of ideas for working on b and d.

Let me know if you need more help with this problem.

Dalal

says:

I’m SO happy I found your blog, it’s been a great source of inspiration!!

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