If you’ve been following along with our letter craft posts, I bet you’re not surprised that we covered the letter S with seeds to go along with our S is for Seeds theme. So simple, and so pretty, too!
We covered the letter S with glue, and then the kids added seeds in whatever way they chose. They were also getting a little fine motor practice as they were working to pick up the seeds and sprinkle them or place them in precise spots.
I love how colorful the finished crafts turned out. They are going to be a fantastic addition to our alphabet books.
This wraps up our S is for Seeds series. I hope you’ve enjoyed this series as much as we did.
Find more ideas for learning about seeds on my Letter S Pinterest Board.
Our next series will begin on Monday. Can you guess what we studied for the letter T?
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Anna - The Measured Mom
Love it! Definitely filing this away for when we do letter S.
Thanks! They really turned out pretty. I think in the future I’ll just put out some seeds and glue as an invitation to create, so they have a chance to do something like this again.
So cute! I love how you used the ice cube tray to organize everything. My boys just decorated sight words with beans for our Bean Unit, and my littlest will decorate her letter B with beans today. 🙂 I have really been enjoying your seed series (and your blog as a whole)… glad I found you!
Thank you so much! I am glad to have your feedback. We explored beans a little bit when we did letter B (prior to starting this blog). The kids were so intrigued by the activities, that I knew they would enjoy S is for Seeds.