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E Is for Egg Craft

little girl glues lowercase e craft

Everyone knows to be extra careful with eggs. After all, you don’t want to break one and have a big mess on your hands! But this ABC Craft features an egg-ceptional egg that your little ones can go ahead and break, because it will teach them all about lowercase letter E. No mess necessary!

Here’s What You’ll Need

Instructions for Assembling Your Letter E Craft

  1. Print the E Is for Egg Craft templates.
  2. Cut out the templates and trace the letter E and the eggshell onto card stock.
  3. Cut out the letter E and the eggshell.
  4. Glue the letter E onto a full sheet of card stock (we used orange, but you can use any color you like).
  5. Glue the bottom eggshell to the bottom of the letter E.
  6. Glue the top eggshell to the top of the letter E.

girl assembles lowercase e craft child glues a piece of lowercase e craft child presses shell onto lowercase e craft

Learning with Your Letter E Craft

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

children show off their lowercase e craft

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

Want More ABC Crafts?

page spread from the abc crafts lowercase series download

Free Lowercase ABC Letter Crafts

For crafts that start with lowercase letters A through Z, get the complete printable set of ABC Craft for Lowercase Letters.

page spread from the abc crafts uppercase series download

Free Uppercase ABC Letter Crafts

For crafts that start with uppercase letters A through Z, get the complete printable set of ABC Craft for Uppercase Letters.

Photos by: Rachel Neumann

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Anita

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We’ve loved the lowercase abc crafts. It has been a great way to share the ‘schooling load’ – the big kids can’t help joining in 🙂.

Robin E.

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Anita,
It always made me so pleased to see my older kids helping their younger siblings with school like this. I knew they were forming a stronger bond as well as learning and playing. 😊

Angie Wiggins

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This is a very cute craft my 4 year old will love cos her two favourite things are craft and letters!

Robin E.

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Glad to hear your little one will enjoy these crafts, Angie! 😊

Judith

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I’ve seen crafts like this before but I think this one is the best, so adorable! I love how the ‘e’ is just popping out of the egg!

Robin E.

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Thank you, Judith!

Kristen Beale

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this is so cute! Thanks for posting great ideas!!

Robyn

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My class loves these art projects, We save them until the end of the year and put it all together in a letter book for them.

Jina Lea

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This seems like a great idea.

Amratha

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My 3 year old daughter is now into learning alphabets…You are my go-to resource for all of her language learning needs! Thank you for the wonderful resources!

Robin E.

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You’re welcome, Amratha! Have lots of fun learning and playing with letters with your little one.

Elke Doyle

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What a great idea! Can’t wait to do this letter craft with my kids!

shala

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Cute idea!!

Ryan S Pickle

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Love these ideas!

Elizabeth E

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Such a creative way to help kids recognize letters- looking forward to making an abc book with my daughter

Robin E.

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These ABC crafts are such a fun thing to do with preschoolers, Elizabeth. They are great for helping them to learn letters and become familiar with the sounds as well, and they make such a lovely keepsake!

Raven

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How do I know what to get?

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

Raven,
The supply list for this craft is listed near the top of this blog post. It is:
– 2 sheets of printer paper
– Card stock (we used orange, white, and yellow)
E Is for Egg Craft templates
– Glue stick and scissors

However, if you are asking about what level of All About Reading or All About Spelling to begin with, we have placement tests to help with that.

If there is something else you need, please let me know.

Amy V

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Looks fun!

Lori Wurts

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Cute

Rhonda

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What a great idea! Crafts make spelling more memorable and are engaging to the student (and parent). If something is fun it is much easier to learn.

Sarah

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Oh how fun! I’m going to have to use this for my K next year.

Jennifer

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We love, love, love All About Reading!

Jessica

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These are really cute crafts and help making learning letters more fun.

Annamari

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With all this wonderful activities I wish I can be at the beginning off career choices. Lucky Granny can help there grandchildren!

Julie

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We love aar!!

Laura

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These fun crafts make this already fun curriculum even more engaging. Thank you!

Robin E.

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You’re welcome, Laura!

Claudia M

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This looks like learning with fun, definitely will use it. :)

Laura

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This looks fun!

Anisha

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Love these alphabet crafts! My 4 year old begs to do one everyday.

Robin E.

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I love that your 4-year-old is begging to do these crafts, Anisha! 😊

Leslie Miller

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Thanks for sharing this fun project!!

Janny

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Easy but cute way to reinforce those letters!!!

Tina Partridge

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These are so cute! Great hands on way to teach.

Karmen

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All of the ABC crafts are adorable!! They are perfect for little learners! I also find that my older sons like doing them too!! Thank you for all of these posts. <3

Katie

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Oh, I think my son would really enjoy this. Even his older sister who can read would enjoy it for the craft aspect.

Robin E.

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Definitely, Katie! Crafts like these are fun whether you are just being introduced to letters or have long mastered them.

Cristina Roche Burris

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Great program, and the crafts are so much fun our kids love them!!!

Carol

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I like your ABC craft. This one is a cutie.

Diana Granger

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So excited to try this with my daughter!!

Rachael Newman

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This is such a timely post for us! We are looking for activities highlighting each letter for our preschooler. Thanks!

Robin E.

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I’m glad this was so timely for you, Rachael! I hope you have a lot of fun with these crafts.

Jessica

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Love using hands on activities to reinforce lessons. Crafting is a great way to make learning fun. Thank you for the suggestions!

Rebecca

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I have been doing all about spelling and would love to try all about reading.

Mary

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Looking forward to trying this!

Jayeon

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This is such a great idea. Learning is much more effective and fun when incorporated with hand-on activities. Thank you for the post.

Linda Deavours

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Thank you for these great ideas . I’m using them with my SS PK class . A can be for Abraham/Adam .We used D for Daniel . My angels need extra help . I’m using SS to do just that.

Robin E.

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What a great idea, Linda! I hope a lot of fun and learning goes on in your class.

Heidi

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Thank you for taking the time to create and post these wonderful ideas :)

Robin E.

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You’re welcome, Heidi!

Peggy Keller

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Somehow my “D” did not save for me. Could you please resend it. Thank you! Love the ideas!

Robin E.

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Peggy,
You can download the d is for doughnut craft from this page.

I’m glad to hear that you are enjoying these crafts!

Kari

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What a cute idea! It would work great for an Easter craft also. :)

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