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20 Fun and Enjoyable Letter “H” Crafts

Tired of teaching your kids the letters of the alphabet in the usual way? Get them to learn a new letter in a fun way with these 20 letter “H” crafts arranged by uppercase (H) and lowercase (h) crafts, as well as crafts that start with the letter “H.”

These crafts will not only help kids learn the letter “H,” they’ll also help develop creativity and fine motor skills.

Uppercase Letter “H” Crafts

Here are 11 uppercase letter “H” crafts for kids to start with!

1. Origami 3D Letter “H”

To start, preschoolers or toddlers can craft an origami uppercase “H” easily by watching this guide from Paper Crafts. A grown-up might need to help a bit with some of the folds.

2. Papercraft 3D Letter “H”

Magic Of Craft uses a piece of scrap paper, an ink chamber from a pen, and glue or a glue gun to show kids how to make a different type of 3D letter “H.”

If you use a glue gun as seen in the video, be sure to have a grown-up help with that step.

3. “H is for Horse” Craft

“H is for Horse” Craft

Photo credit: All Kids Network

In this guide by All Kids Network, kids learn how to make a horse from the letter “H” by using construction paper, yarn, a black marker, googly eyes, scissors, and glue. They even include this free printable template!

4. “H is for Hen” Craft

“H is for Hen” Craft

Photo credit: Frugal Mom Eh!

With craft foam, craft paper, glue, scissors, googly eyes, and a black marker, Frugal Mom Eh! Shows kids how to make this cute “H is for hen” craft.

5. “H is for Hippo” Craft

“H is for Hippo” Craft

Photo credit: Kids Activities Blog

This very cute and very purple “H is for hippo” craft from Kids Activities Blog can be easily made by toddlers or preschoolers with googly eyes, construction paper, scissors, glue, and pompoms. Of course, kids can use any color they would like for their hippo!

6. “H is for House” Craft

 “H is for House” Craft

Photo credit: The Kindergarten Connection

The Kindergarten Connection shows how kids as young as toddlers can make a simple house with the letter “H” by using construction paper, scissors, and glue.

7. “H is for Haunted House” Craft

“H is for Haunted House” Craft

Photo credit: Instructables

Instructables has a Halloween haunted house craft for kids who want to spice up an “H is for house” craft. Kids will need construction paper, scissors, markers, a ruler, glue, and a pencil. A grown up should help younger kids with steps that include scissors.

8. “H is for Hamburger” Craft

“H is for Hamburger” Craft

Photo credit: Crayons and Cravings

Are your kids craving a hamburger? Then the aptly named Crayons and Cravings shows kids how to make an “H is for hamburger” craft.

All they need is craft foam, either regular paper or cardstock, scissors, glue, and a black marker. The site also includes free printable templates for the letter “H” and the hamburger!

9. “H is for Hot Chocolate” Craft

 “H is for Hot Chocolate” Craft

Photo credit: The Simple Parent

What kid doesn’t love hot chocolate with marshmallows? Kids can make this easy-to-do “H is for hot chocolate” craft using this guide from The Simple Parent with mini marshmallows, construction paper, glue, a pencil, and scissors.

You can then make actual hot chocolate for your kids and sprinkle in leftover mini marshmallows!

10. “H is for Hands” Craft

“H is for Hands” Craft

Photo credit: No Time for Flash Cards

With construction paper, crayons, scissors, and glue, toddlers can easily make this “H is for hands” craft from No Time for Flash Cards.

11. “H is for Heart” Craft

“H is for Heart” Craft

Photo credit: From ABCs to ACTs

Have kids create an “H” out of tiny hearts with this guide by From ABCs to ACTs. All they need is cardstock, construction paper, scissors, and glue.

Lowercase “h” Crafts

Once kids have mastered the uppercase “H,” then can move on to learning about the lowercase “h” with these 4 lowercase “h” crafts.

12. Origami Letter “h”

Kids can enhance their fine motor skills by making an origami lowercase letter “h” with the help of this video tutorial from Crafts Guru. While a grown-up might need to help with some folds, kids can still do most of the work.

13. “h is for Horse” Craft

“h is for Horse” Craft

Photo credit: From ABCs to ACTs

Here’s an easy-to-do “h is for horse” craft by From ABCs to ACTs kids can do by just using cardstock, construction paper, scissors, glue, and googly eyes – that’s it!

14. “h is for House” Craft

“h is for House” Craft

Photo credit: No Time for Flash Cards

This time, kids can make a smaller house with a chimney. No Time for Flash Cards shows kids how to make a house from a lowercase letter “h” with construction paper, markers or crayons, scissors, and glue!

15. “h is for Hive” Craft

Punk Rock Preschool shows kids how to make a cute honey bee hive (including the bees!) by using yellow paper, construction paper, paper scraps, markers, googly eyes, scissors, and glue.

Crafts for Things Starting with “H”

Here are 5 crafts of things that begin with the letter “H” for kids who have mastered both the upper and lowercase versions of this letter that will help them become even more familiar with words that begin with the letter “H.”

16. Hotdog Craft

How about a hotdog to go with that hamburger from #7? Craft Project Ideas shows kids how to make this hotdog craft with a craft foam sheet, pencil, glue (optional), and pipe cleaners – yum!

17. Hive Craft

Hive Craft

Photo credit: Crafty Morning

Kids can make this fun hive with bees from Crafty Morning by using bubble wrap, paint, paper, markers, and a paintbrush.

18. Hot Air Balloon Craft

Hot Air Balloon Craft

Photo credit: I Heart Crafty Things

I Heart Crafty Things shows kids how to make this simple hot air balloon craft with a cupcake liner, cardstock, white strings, scissors, markers, and glue – simple, right?

19. Helicopter Craft

Creative Craft Box shows kids how to create this lovely helicopter paper craft by using glue, construction paper, and scissors – that’s it!

20. Halloween Diorama Craft

Halloween Diorama Craft

Photo credit: Artsy Crafty Mom

For a more challenging craft, Artsy Crafty Mom shows older kids how to make this Halloween themed diorama. All they need are the following:

A shoebox
Various colored cardstock
Dark colored paper
Black cardboard
Styrofoam balls
Sponge
Pompoms
Toothpicks
Twine
Pipe cleaners
Double sided tape
A lid
White fabric or tissue paper
Black fabric or a plastic sheet

Phew! While these may be a lot of materials, the resulting Halloween diorama is totally worth the effort!

Letter “H” Crafts for Everyone!

Move away from the traditional method of learning the alphabet and teach your toddler or preschooler all about the letter “H” in a creative way with these 20 letter “H” crafts.

How do you teach new letters and words to your kids? Have you tried teaching the alphabet to your kids via crafts? Let me know in the comments below!

If your kids enjoyed these crafts, they may also like these fun tissue paper crafts!

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