Are you teaching your kids the alphabet? Do your kids enjoy crafting? Then hit two birds with one stone with these 20 letter “K” crafts that are easy enough for toddlers to do.
Below are crafts with upper (K) and lowercase (k) cutouts, as well as crafts of things that start with the letter “K” that don’t require cutouts.
10 Uppercase Letter “K” Crafts
1. “K is for Kangaroo”
Photo credit: All About Learning Press
Crikey, it’s a marsupial! Here’s a kangaroo craft from All About Learning Press that includes a joey (a baby kangaroo). To make this kids will need cardstock, googly eyes, glue, scissors, and a pencil and marker.
The best part? They include free printable templates!
2. “K is for Koala” Craft
Another letter “K” marsupial from Australia, here’s an easy-to-do koala craft for kids by Sunshine State Academy. The materials needed are glue, scissors, a ruler, colored paper, and a marker.
3. “K is for Kiwi” Craft
Photo credit: A Mom’s Quest to Teach
Here’s a bird that’s native to New Zealand, the kiwi! A Mom’s Quest to Teach teaches kids how to make this kiwi craft with glue, construction paper, scissors, and googly eyes.
4. “K is for Kitten” Craft
Photo credit: Crayons and Cravings
“C” is for cats but “K” is for their adorable little kittens! To make this adorable little kitten craft by Jaclyn from Crayons and Cravings, kids need craft foam or cardstock, scissors, googly eyes, glue, and a black marker.
Also, Jaclyn provides templates for the letter “K” and the kitten.
5. “K is for Key” Craft
Photo credit: No Time for Flash Cards
They’ll need a key to unlock their creativity! Let them draw their own unique one with this key craft from No Time for Flash Cards. Kids will need construction paper, paint, sticky back foam, a marker, and scissors.
6. “K is for Kite” Craft
Kids will fly high with this kite craft from All Kids Network. All they need is construction paper, crayons or colored markers, ribbon scissors, and glue.
All Kids Network even provides templates for the letter “K” and the kite; you’ll just need to enter your email to download them.
7. “K is for King” Craft
Photo credit: Crystal & Co.
Teach them all about kings of the past and present with this king craft from Crystal & Co. All kids will need is colored markers or crayons, cardstock and construction paper, glue, and plastic craft jewels. They also provide the letter “K” and crown templates.
8. “K is for Kiss” Craft
Photo credit: Powerful Mothering
How about this sweet kiss craft from Powerful Mothering that can also make for a simple Valentine’s activity? All kids will need is paper, scissors, crayons or colored pencils, and lipstick (this part should be done by a grown-up).
Powerful Mothering also provides a letter “K” template if you scroll down a bit and enter your email.
9. “K is for Karate” Craft
Photo credit: Vone Inspired
Want to get your kids into martial arts? Vone Inspired uses scissors, glue, colored paper, and colored markers to show kids how to make this karate craft!
10. Origami Uppercase Letter “K”
Let kids enhance their folding and motor skills with the help of Origami Humpy and his video tutorial for an origami uppercase letter “K.”
A grown-up might need to help out just in case the folds become too hard for the kiddos to do.
3 Lowercase Letter “k” Crafts
11. “k is for Kangaroo” Craft
Photo credit: From ABCs to ACTs
Without a little joey but packing a walloping kick, From ABCs to ACTs has a kangaroo craft kids can make. Kids will just need construction paper, cardstock, googly eyes, scissors, and glue – that’s it!
12. “k is for Kiwi” Craft
Photo credit: The Simple Parent
Kiwis are also the name of yummy and juicy fruits that have lots of vitamin C in them, kids! The Simple Parent shows kids how to craft this healthy fruit with colored paper, paint, scissors, and glue.
13. Origami Lowercase Letter “k”
Photo credit: Joost Langveld Origami
Joost teaches kids a really simple origami lowercase letter “k” craft. With clear step-by-step instructions, kids will easily be able to make one from just a piece of paper.
7 Other Crafts of Words that Begin with the Letter “K”
If your kids have already become familiar with how the letter “K” looks, then here are crafts of things that begin with the letter that don’t require a letter “K” template or cutout.
14. Bouncy Kangaroo Craft
Artsy Craftsy SU Mommy’s video tutorial shows kids how to make a cute bouncing kangaroo! To make this bouncing marsupial, kids will need colored paper, scissors, glue, and a marker.
Kids can also make a smaller version to create a little bouncing joey!
15. Paper Plate Koala Craft
Take these eucalyptus loving marsupials home with this cuddly paper plate koala craft from I Heart Crafty Things. Aside from the paper plates, kids will need a pencil, scissors, glue, a stapler, googly eyes, cardboard, and construction paper.
16. Kiwi Photo Frame Craft
Photo credit: Activity Village
Activity Village will let kids keep precious memories with this kiwi photo frame craft. To make this New Zealand native bird, kids will need craft foam, glue, scissors, ribbons, and googly eyes.
The blog also includes a downloadable kiwi template that can only be downloaded by site members.
17. Kiwi Fruit Collage
Photo credit: Craftulate
Kids can also make the kiwi fruit with this collage from Craftulate. They’ll just need colored tissue paper, embroidery thread, scissors, glue, and black rice.
Don’t have black rice handy? Put white rice in a resealable bag with black paint and smoosh them around to create black rice!
18. Key to My Heart
Photo credit: The Soccer Mom Blog
Here’s a lovely mother’s or Valentine’s day key to my heart craft by The Soccer Mom Blog. Ashley shows kids how to make their own with cardstock or construction paper, glue, scissors, and a marker. She also provides a free printable key template!
19. Easy and Simple Kite
Kite flying is a nice and relaxing pastime, and kids can fly this easy-to-make paper kite courtesy of The Dad Lab! They’ll just need scissors, colored paper, a stapler, and string. It’s that simple!
20. Popsicle Kings Craft
Photo credit: Glued to My Crafts
Let kids make these cute little kings in all their beardy-ness with this popsicle king craft from Glued to My Crafts. The materials kids will need are:
- Jumbo popsicle sticks
- Craft rhinestones
- Cotton balls
- Googly eyes
Kids also have the option of using paint, feathers, and glitter to enhance their kings’ regalness.
Really Easy Letter “K” Crafts for Preschoolers and Toddlers
Kids can learn all about the letter “K,” and common words associated with the letter, with these 20 letter “K” crafts.
Did your kids try any of these letter “K” crafts? Which one helped them learn the letter much easier? Share in the comments below!
If your kids enjoyed these letter “K” crafts, then they will love making these letter “H” crafts as well!