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U Is for Umbrella Craft

child applies a umbrella to her lowercase u craft

If you need a fun activity (and an umbrella!) for a rainy day, look no further than this bright and cheery lowercase U craft! Who knows, maybe the sun will be out by the time you’re done!

Here’s What You’ll Need

Instructions for Assembling Your Lowercase U Craft

  1. Print the U Is for Umbrella Craft templates.
  2. Cut out the templates and trace the letter U and the umbrella pieces onto card stock.
  3. Cut out the letter U and umbrella pieces.
  4. Glue the letter U to a full sheet of card stock (we used orange, but you can use any color you like).
  5. Glue the center umbrella piece to the top of the letter U as shown in the example.
  6. Position the right and left umbrella pieces on the right and left sides of the center piece and glue in place.
  7. Affix the umbrella spike to the top of the umbrella.

child glues her lowercase u craft children look over their lowercase t craft child glues dot for her lowercase u craft

Learning with Your Letter U Craft

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

children display their lowercase u craft

We would LOVE to see how your lowercase U 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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Photos by: Rachel Neumann

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Nathania

says:

Where do you get your colored card stock?

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

Good question, Nathania. Colored cardstock is available at most office supply stores, such as Staples, Office Depot, and others. Also, stores like Walmart and Target carry colored cardstock near where they have printer paper, although they tend to have a more limited selection of colors. It can also be ordered online through places like Amazon and Rainbow Resource.

I hope this helps you find it.

Jennifer Thornton

says:

My little girl loves crafts. This would be a fun way for her to learn letters!

BETHANY

says:

Love these ideas.

Elizabeth

says:

My kids love these projects! I do them with my four year old and now my two year old always wants in on it too!

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

Elizabeth,
I love the enthusiasm your kids have about these crafts! 😊

Kate

says:

Such a cute craft!

Jenifer

says:

Thank you for the creative ideas that inspire such joy when learning.

Rebekah M

says:

We have done the capitol letters and lower case letters with you. The children love them. Thank you for sharing this fun, crafty way to learn letters

Denise

says:

Great article!

Laura

says:

Great idea

Jennifer

says:

We LOVE doing our letters! The Uppercase and Lowercase letters have been an essential part of my preK curriculum with my artsy girl as she gets ready for Kindergarten! Thank you!!

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

You’re welcome, Jennifer! It’s great to hear that these letter crafts have been such a big part of your preK year.

Allyson

says:

This is such a great idea!

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

Thank you, Allyson.

Paula Echeverri

says:

Nice activity!

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