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N Is for Narwhal Craft

N Is for Narwhal ABC Craft

Nothing says novelty quite like a narwhal-themed letter N craft! It’s undersea fun at its finest, so download our template and get started on this week’s ABC Craft!

Here’s What You’ll Need

  • 2 sheets of printer paper
  • Card stock (we used dark blue, blue, purple, and sky blue)
  • N Is for Narwhal Craft templates
  • 1 “googly” eye
  • Glue stick
  • Pencil and marker (optional)
  • Scissors

Instructions for Assembling Your Letter N Craft

  1. Print the N Is for Narwhal Craft templates.
  2. Cut out the templates and trace the letter N and the narwhal body, tusk, and fins onto card stock.
  3. Cut out the letter N and the narwhal pieces.
  4. Glue the letter N and the narwhal pieces onto a full sheet of card stock (we used light blue, but you can use any color you like) to form a narwhal.
  5. Use a marker or strips of purple paper to create spirals on the narwhal’s tusk.
  6. Affix one googly eye to the narwhal’s head.


child gluing his letter n craft little girl gluing the body of her letter n craft two children assembling their letter n craft child gluing an eye on his letter n craft

Learning with Your Letter N Craft

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

boy and girl holding their finished letter n 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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My students’ favorite part of their day is making these letter crafts! It would be more helpful in printing, if the pieces were grouped together by color. For example, if the letter N and the pieces for A & B were together on one pattern, pieces C,D,E were grouped together on another page. This way, we could print colored cardstock with the pattern instead of having the students cut out the pattern then recut on colored paper. It would be a great time-saver.

Robin E.

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Thank you for the recommendation, Donna! I’ll pass that along and see what we can do. I’m pleased to hear your students are enjoying these crafts so much.

Mary

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Thank you! I love the simplicity of the crafts. Perfect for our animal themed year.

Robin E.

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Oooo, an animal-themed year would be so much fun, Mary. I hope you have lots and fun and lots of learning!

E

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This is so cute!

Beth Stamper

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Very creative for this letter!

Alexis hooper

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These are fin

Sara

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Cute craft! When learning the alphabet, my little one cut out the letters of the alphabet one at a time and we did something like this or decorated them with things that started with that letter. I think it helped a lot!!

Robin E.

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Sara,
Thank you for letting us know that similar craft ideas helped your child learn the alphabet! That is what we are aiming for.

Narae

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So glad you chose a non-traditional animal.. :) these are really cute and useful, thank you for the ideas!

Robin E.

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Narae,
I think it would be added fun as while you are learning the letter N you can learn about narwhals and arctic marine mammals! It would be a great week of learning!

Trish

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My son’s love the letter activities! Thank you!

Lisa

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Thanks for the fun activity ideas!

Lisa

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Cute idea!

Audra

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We love these animal letters!!!

T thompson

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Such a creative and fun project for the kids!

Sarah Earl

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We love AAR and AAS!

Tiffanie

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This is pretty cool. My daughter just got pjs with a narwhal on them. I winder why they’re so popular….I don’t recall learning about them.

Robin E.

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Ummm, interesting thoughts, Tiffanie. I wonder if narwhals are so popular right now because they are real, living sea-unicorns. Unicorns seem to have been wildly popular lately.

Danielle

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These are so cute!

Laura

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These are great! Can’t wait to make this one

Helen

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We love AAR, going through level 1 and I cant believe how far we have come in reading!

Amy Larkin

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AAR is such a blessing for our son!! Thank You!!

Nichole

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What a fun activity!

Sara

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This is darling! I cant wait to make one with my little guy. Thank youfor the cute craft idea.

Robin E.

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You are welcome, Sara. I hope your little guy has a lot of fun with this!

Carrie

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My boys will love this one! We’ve had so much fun with these letter crafts.

Robin E.

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Carrie,
Thank you for letting us know your family is having so much fun with these crafts!

Katie E.

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These alphabet crafts are so cute….we’ll have to try some out this month!

Amber

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Awesome!

Carolyn Klemm

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Cute!

Kristan

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Love this!

Christina

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I’m looking forward to teaching my preschooler his letters soon. I love all the different crafts for the letters.

Adrea

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Narwhals are the best! My preschoolers loves crafts, so this will be fun to try!

Morgen

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What a neat idea for “N”

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