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19 Fantastically Fun Letter “F” Crafts for Kids

Learning should always be fun for toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarteners, and arts and crafts activities help children develop creativity and retain new concepts they were taught.

For all the fun and fantastic kids who are learning the 6th letter of the alphabet, here are 18 uppercase and lowercase letter “F” crafts, including crafts of things that begin with the letter “F.”

Note: As most of these letter “F” crafts require the use of scissors and paint, I recommend the use of safety scissors and Tempera paint for the safety of young children. Or, a grown-up can cut out the necessary templates!

8 Uppercase Letter “F” Preschool Crafts

Here are 8 letter “F” crafts your kids can make to not only learn how to form the uppercase letter “F,” but to learn various words as well.

1. “F is for Fries” Craft

French Fries Craft

Photo credit: Planning Playtime

How about some yummy fries? Planning Playtime teaches kids how to make this fries craft by using craft foam, glue, scissors, a black marker, cardstock, googly eyes, and a free letter “F” template.

When you’re all done, take a special trip to get the kids some real fries as a celebratory treat!

2. “F is for Flower” Craft

F is for Flowers

Photo credit: Schooltime Snippets

Let them freshen up someone’s day with flowers! Here’s a cute “F is for Flower” craft from Schooltime Snippets your kids can do with foam flowers, construction paper, green paint, scissors, a paintbrush, and glue.

3. “F is for Feather” Craft

Feather Crafts

Photo credit: Powerful Mothering

With scissors, glue, and a bunch of feathers, Powerful Mothering shows kids how to make this “F is for Feather” craft. Kids can also color the letter “F” with crayons and colored markers.

A letter F template is located at the bottom of the tutorial. All you have to do to access it is enter your email address.

4. “F is for Fish” Craft

“F is for Fish” Craft

Photo credit: All About Learning Press

Let your kids make their own “catch of the day” with some help from All About Learning Press. They’ll need a googly eye, printer paper, cardstock, glue, a pencil, scissors, and the free “F is for fish” templates to do this easy-to-make fish craft. How swimmingly is that?

5. “F is for Frog” Craft

“F is for Frog” Craft

Photo credit: My Teaching Station

Warts, tongue, and all, My Teaching Station teaches kids how to make this “F is for frog” craft with just scissors, glue, and colored paper. That’s it! While they do provide templates, you’ll need to pay to access them.

6. “F is for Fox” Craft

How do you make a convincing fox with the letter F? All Kids Network has got your kids covered! Using construction paper, scissors, a black marker, glue, and their letter “F” and fox parts templates, the video teaches kids how to make this simple craft.

Keep in mind that you’ll have to register on each website to download the templates.

7. “F is for Flamingo” Craft

“F is for Flamingo” Craft

Photo credit: Glued to My Crafts

Moving away from paper crafts for a moment, Glued to My Crafts uses popsicle sticks to create these cute flamingos.

Kids will need both jumbo and mini popsicle sticks as well as glue, paint, googly eyes, paintbrushes, scissors, and cardstock to make these very pink flamingos!

8. Origami Letter “F”

Origami is a great way to enhance a kid’s fine motor skills. I’ll round this category off with an easy-to-follow video from BD Crafts that teaches kids how to make an origami letter “F” craft. If they’re too young to figure out the folding patterns, then a grown-up can step in to help out!

5 Lowercase Letter “f” Crafts

The next set of fun and fantastic crafts your kids can do are lowercase letter “f” crafts. These 5 crafts are suitable for both preschoolers and kindergarteners!

9. “f is for Flower” Craft

No need to pluck flowers from grandma’s garden! With construction paper, any colored scrap paper, colored markers, glue, scissors, and foam flower stickers, your kids can easily make a beautiful flower to form a lowercase letter “f.”

10. “f is for Feather” Craft

“f is for Feather” Craft

Photo credit: Daddy, Mommy, and Me

Daddy, Mommy, and Me uses faux feathers for this easy “f is for feather” craft for kindergarteners! Aside from the feathers, kids will also need scissors, colored paper, glue, and a pencil.

11. “f is for Fire” Craft

“f is for Fire” Craft

Photo credit: No Time for Flash Cards

Don’t play with fire, kids! But if they really want to, No Time for Flash Cards has a “f is for fire” craft that won’t burn. All kids need is tissue paper, construction paper, a marker, scissors, and glue, and they’ll have a safe and playable fire craft in no time.

12. “f is for Fish” Craft

“f is for Fish” Craft

Photo credit: The Kindergarten Connection

Get ready for veggies, kids! No, not for eating – for painting! Forget using paintbrushes. The Kindergarten Connection shows kids how to use celery to paint the scales for these “f is for fish” crafts.

Other materials for this cute letter F art your kids will need are googly eyes, construction paper or cardstock, glue, scissors, and paint.

13. Origami Letter “f”

Folding paper to make beautiful shapes and letters is always fun, and Crafts Guru shows kids how to make a lowercase letter “f” from folding a piece of paper. This particular letter “F” craft might be more suitable for older kids due to the difficulty of some of the folds, though.

6 More Letter “F” Crafts

While letter “F” crafts are all well and good, here are 6 other letter “F” crafts that kids can do without a letter template. Some of these crafts may require the help from a grown up, but nonetheless, they’re a ton of fun!

14. Father’s Day Card

Whether Father’s day is coming up or your kids want to show how much they love dad, Make Kids Craft teaches how to make adorable Father’s day cards with paper, craft fabric, scissors, a pencil, markers, and double sided tape.

15. Jumping Origami Frogs

Red Ted Art shows kids how to make a jumping frog by just folding cardstock. Other optional materials kids can use are markers, scissors, and a piece of scrap paper.

Toddlers might require some help from a grown-up for this one since folding cardstock might be too difficult.

For more of these little green jumpers, check out these other frog crafts!

16. Flamingo Puppets

Flamingo Puppets

Photo credit: I Heart Crafty Things

Your kids can make these iconic pink birds move and dance with this flamingo puppet craft from I Heart Crafty Things. Just grab cardstock, googly eyes, scissors, glue, a hole puncher, and a pink feather, and your kids will put this together in no time!

17. Paper Fish Craft

Creative Craft Box shows kids how to make this adorable open-mouthed fish craft! All they need is construction paper, glue, scissors, and a black marker. They make for cool decorations to hang in bedrooms, too!

18. Egg Carton Fire Truck Craft

Egg Carton Fire Truck Craft

Photo credit: The Craft Train

Why buy a toy fire truck when your kid can make their own? Let them enhance their creativity and motor skills with this egg carton fire truck from The Craft Train. The materials needed are:

  • 1 or 2 egg cartons
  • Paint
  • Glue
  • Bamboo skewers
  • A toilet roll
  • Shoelaces
  • 4 plastic milk bottle caps and 2 bottle caps
  • Scissors
  • Paintbrushes

That’s quite a lot, but totally worth it to make this upcycled firetruck!

19. Fountain Craft

Let’s not leave the older kids who want a more challenging craft out of the fun. Jacky Sanchez teaches how to make an easy-to-do fountain craft kids can proudly display on their desk or shelf.

Despite requiring supervision from a grown-up (handling the glue gun and wire), there are only a few other materials kids will need: a glue gun, rocks, a sea shell, craft wire, and wire clippers.

I recommend this low temperature glue gun for kids who enjoy a little more independence.

Fantastic Letter “F” Crafts for Kindergarten and Preschool

Making crafts is fun, and learning about letters should be just as fun to keep kids entertained and help them remember the alphabet. These 18 letter “F” crafts will help kids identify the letter and some of the words associated with it.

How do you teach your kids the alphabet? Which of the crafts on this list did you and your kids enjoy doing the most? Tell me in the comments below!

For more letter crafts and activities, check out these letter “D” crafts!