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D Is for Duck Craft

child assembling D Is for Duck craft

Practicing the letter D is much more fun when you’re creating a delightful, duck-inspired animal letter craft! We hope you’ll find this craft all it’s quacked up to be!

Here’s What You’ll Need

Instructions for Assembling Your Letter D Craft

  1. Print the D Is for Duck Craft templates.
  2. Cut out the templates and trace the letter D and the head, wing, beak, and feet onto card stock.
  3. Cut out the letter D and the duck pieces.
  4. Glue the letter D and the duck pieces onto a full sheet of card stock (we used green, but you can use any color you like) to form a duck.
  5. Affix a googly eye onto the duck’s head.


child gluing the letter dchildren working together on letter d craftchild gluing a wing onto letter d craftboy gluing feet onto letter d craft

Learning with Your Letter D Craft

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

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two children complete letter d craft

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Sarah Gentry

says:

So cute!

Dawn Taylor

says:

Thank you for such cute letter crafts.

Jennilyn

says:

We love these!!! Thank you so much.

Kristen

says:

Thank you! My son would love this.

Mira

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Thank you for making those crafts available online!

aranella

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Thank for sharing these craft!!!

Merry

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You’re welcome, Aranella :-)

Rebeccca

says:

This makes me wish my children were this age again. What a fun idea!

Michelle

says:

These crafts are great! My 4 year old daughter is enjoying each one! Thank you.

Merry

says: Customer Service

You’re welcome; enjoy!

Leah

says:

This looks like fun!

Sarah Elson

says:

Such a fantastic idea. My three year old loves working with glue.

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

Sarah,
My youngest was like that. She loved paper and glue sticks and scissors at that age. Actually, she still loves them now at 10 years old.

I hope your little one loves these crafts!

Kelley Flaugher

says:

Love these! I’m working through the alphabet with my 3 year old this year and these are perfect.

Robin E.

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Kelley,
I hope your little one has a lot of fun with these crafts!

Rachael

says:

Love this! I did something similar with each letter of the alphabet for preK with my kids but drawing my own letters was difficult for this non-artist… next time I’m using this!

Robin E.

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Rachael,
Good for you for doing your best, even if it wasn’t perfect!

Rachel

says:

Did these with my twins! They loved it!

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

Rachel,
Thank you for letting us know your twins enjoyed this! We’d love to see photos.

Alicia

says:

Loving these ABC crafts! Thank you!

Alicia

says:

Loving these ABC craft ideas! Thank you!

Laura

says:

Love these! Will be using with my Pre-K!

edith teemant

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we are surely having a great time with my 3 year old. thanks it s cute and she absolutely love craft

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

Edith,
We are happy to hear you and your little one are enjoying our animal ABC crafts!

Elizabeth W

says:

Thank you for sharing these!

Ellen

says:

My sister-in-law just sent me a link to this blog and suggested I start with All About Reading for my son. My son knows his letters and letter sounds, but he LOVES letters and LOVES animals, so this is perfect for a supplement. Thanks!

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

I hope you and your animal loving son enjoy these crafts, Ellen! Let us know if you have any questions or need anything.

I love the ABC Crafts ( letters turn into animals). However, we do not teach the alphabet in sequence. Is there a way to get the letter craft as we teach them?

Judith Dickson

says:

These are such great letter crafts! I sent them to my daughter-in-law to enjoy with my grandson. I wish I lived in the same state, I would love to do these fun letter activities with him.

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

Judith,
I’m sorry you can’t be in the same state with your grandson; that must be difficult. I hope your daughter-in-law and grandson enjoy these crafts.

I like how simple this is. Not much prep for me, and lots for my kiddo to be able to do by himself!

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

Juanita,
That was by design! We know how busy teachers and parents are. We wanted to make these crafts easy for the adult, but fun for the child.

Jennifer Bradley

says:

We love these!

Rachel

says:

My boys are loving these crafts!`

Carrie Helen

says:

I am loving these letter activities!! And so are my boys. :)

F.D.

says:

We r loving these adorable crafts

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