Letter T Games

When I think of fall, I think of leaves falling from the trees.  Fall is usually the time of year I would want to teach the letter T.  The letter T is fairly easy for children to learn, and it is fairly easy to hear and make the T sound.  Today I have some Letter T games for you!  The letter T games include a few spin, cut and paste or roll and trace fun.  If you want a fun game to teach the letter A sound, we recommend our Alligator sound.  When you see an Alligator, scream “Aaaaaa!”

I always like to also introduce a fun book to read with the activity.  Here are my favorite letter T books.   I absolutely LOVE the book TREE.  It is cute and perfect for teaching the changing of the seasons.

Tree: A Peek-Through Picture BookTree: A Peek-Through Picture BookOne Tiny Turtle: Read and WonderOne Tiny Turtle: Read and WonderChimpanzees for Tea!Chimpanzees for Tea!Tessa Tiger's Temper Tantrums (Animal Antics A to Z)Tessa Tiger’s Temper Tantrums (Animal Antics A to Z)The Teddy Bears' Picnic (Classic Board Books)The Teddy Bears’ Picnic (Classic Board Books)Howard B. Wigglebottom Learns about Sportsmanship:Winning Isn't EverythingHoward B. Wigglebottom Learns about Sportsmanship:Winning Isn’t Everything

Letter T Games

Letter T Games - Fun games to help teach the letter T Sound - great for preschool or kindergarten!

These letter T games are great to be played independently.  You could also have children alternate who gets to roll the dice and play if you wanted children to play together. Each of these games have the children writing the letter T, or finding, cutting and pasting the letter T or words that begin with T.

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3 Comments

  1. Mary Westerlind says:

    Thanks for sharing, hope the family is well!

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