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Q Is for Queen Craft

Q Is for Queen - lowercase q craft

Make way for the queen of crafts! This regal lowercase Q craft is the quintessence of aristocratic elegance. Your preschooler is sure to have a royal ball as she learns the letter Q. Just don’t forget to curtsy to the queen when you’re done!

Here’s What You’ll Need

  • 2 sheets of printer paper
  • Card stock (we used purple, red, yellow, blue, and white)
  • Q Is for Queen Craft templates
  • Glue stick, pencil, marker, and scissors

Instructions for Assembling Your Lowercase Q Craft

  1. Print the Q Is for Queen Craft templates.
  2. Cut out the templates and trace the letter Q and the crown, cape, cape trim, and gems onto card stock.
  3. Cut out the letter Q, crown, cape pieces, and gems.
  4. Glue the cape trim to the back of the cape so the trim shows around the edges of the cape.
  5. Attach the cape to the back of the letter Q as shown in the video below.
  6. Glue the letter Q (along with the cape) to a piece of card stock (we used blue, but you can use any color you like).
  7. Affix the gems to the crown.
  8. Use a marker to add the gem details.
  9. Glue the crown to the top of the letter Q.

little girl glues her lowercase q craft two children work on their lowercase q craft a child works on her lowercase q craft

Learning with Your Letter Q Craft

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

child holds up her lowercase q craft

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

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FREE ABC Crafts for Uppercase Letters

Photos by: Rachel Neumann

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I wish I had found this site soon!

Natalie

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I love this way of teaching and learning!

Ashleigh

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This is so adorable! My 3 year old daughter will love this! Thank you!

Heather

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I love these crafts! Especially because they focus on lowercase letters, which often get left behind when it comes to fun activities.

Robin E.

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Heather,
When my kids were little I noticed that there was so much available for capital letters but so little for lower case. I’m glad we can now provide both.

Chara

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Love this! :)

carly Chandler

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My daughter will love this!

Libby

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Thank you for these little gems! We enjoy them so much!

Merry

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You’re welcome, Libby! So glad you and your kids enjoy them!

Nichole C

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My daughter loves these so much!

Daisy Grandlinard

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Doing this tomorrow with our “princesses”

Merry

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Ooooh, have fun, Daisy! 😊

Gaby

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Fun! We’ll be learning the letter Q next week and will use this. Thank you.

Michelle Haney

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Great activit, educational and fun, thanks

Koogle

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We love arts and crafts. Thank you for providing exciting and engaging ideas week after week. I love, too, that you provide templates. Many thanks.

Merry

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You’re welcome, Koogle! 😊

Jess

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Great quick activity, thanks!

Merry

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You’re welcome, Jess! 😊

Olivia Sharp

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Love this activity!

Lauren Walden

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These programs look like just what my three Dyslexic children need!

Merry

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Hi Lauren–if you haven’t seen it already, you may want to explore the dyslexia resources page too: https://blog.allaboutlearningpress.com/category/dyslexia/

Meg Wright

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My kids love this!

Merry

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Aw, that’s great, Meg! 😊

cassie stinemetz

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Cute idea

Nicole

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What a great activity!

Rachel

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Looks like fun!

Liz

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Love this!

Erin

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This is a great idea!

Jennifer

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Thanks

Elina

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My kids love crafts like this!

Lisa

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This looks like fun

Donnajean

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I get hesitant about trying to do these crafts because I am tech-resistant and jam my printer trying to put cardstock through.

Robin E.

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No problem, Donnajean! We recommend printing the templates onto plain printer paper and then tracing the shapes onto cardstock. Since you’ll use just little pieces of more than one color of cardstock, it’s less wasteful that way too.

Shuhudha

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Thank you … I ll surely help my child to learn it in more interesting way

Robin E.

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You’re welcome, Shuhudha! I hope your child enjoys making this letter craft.

Katie

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A fun way to practice letters!

Travis

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My kids love crafts like this!

Danielle B.

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A great way to get your children engaged in pre-reading skills!

Lauren

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Oh, my youngest would love doing these, thanks!

Sara

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I didn’t know there was a lowercase version of this letter activity! I love it.

Robin E.

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Sara,
We are releasing a new lowercase letter craft each week until we get through the entire alphabet. Q was just released this last week, and we will finish the alphabet near the end of February.

Castaneda

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Thanks for all the resources you provide for our use!

Tara H

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Great craft ideas!

Sarah

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I love these craft ideas for my younger kids!!

Sabrina

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My 6 year old loves these letter crafts!

Chelsea

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I love this curriculum so much! Thank you for your high quality and creativity ❤️

Bianca Munoz

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This is such a great activity! Will have to share with my families that use our resource center! Thank you!

Robin E.

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Bianca,
Thank you! Be sure to share with your families that there is the entire alphabet of uppercase letter crafts and we are releasing a letter a week for the lowercase letter crafts until we have the entire alphabet.

Laura

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I love these crafts that you guys share! They make learning so fun for my son.

Olga

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I was looking for a good reading program for my 3 kids, one homeschool mom got if for her son and his reading has improved a lot,I did my own research online about this program and decided to try it too.

Sarah Battaglia

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These are great! My preschooler can’t get enough of theses crafts.

Robin E.

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I love hearing how much little ones are loving these crafts! Thank you, Sarah.

Sarah

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Such a cute and fun craft for the littles!

Kristi Evans

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This looks like so much fun!

MArlena

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This is a great craft/activity to go with learning letters. It reminds me of what I did when I was in Primary school.

Ginnie Pajak

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I love this program!!!

Tricia

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This is adorable and lots of fun! We look forward to doing this project soon!

nicole w.

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I love this craft and think my students will love it.

Danielle

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This is such a cute project! Definitely saving for when we get to letter q with my daughter

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