Y is for Yarn Preschool Alphabet Craft
If you search through our school room closet, you'll find a whole box of colorful yarn. You might even think that I know a thing or two about sewing and the like, but truthfully, I know nada- zip- zilch! It is solely for crafting purposes.
We've made yarn wrapped rainbows.
Red, white, and pink hearts.
And, our latest alphabet craft. Y is for Yarn.
Some days the kids just aren't interested. Some days I am lacking inspiration. Some days our whole day is busy with errands. You know, life happens.
But I am committed to finishing this alphabet project! We've been crafting the letters in random order; recently we did the letter Y. Y is for Yarn.
This is where having a box of yarn comes in handy!
We were inspired by String Letters activity found in a recently launched early education book. It has been reprinted with permission from the publisher from the book, 100 FUN & EASY LEARNING GAMES FOR KIDS. I received a free copy from the publisher.
To make your own Y is for Yarn alphabet craft, you'll need:
4. Allow yarn to completely dry, then you should be able to peel the letter off the wax paper.
For more ways to use this activity, make sure to check out the book 100 Fun & Easy Learning Games for Kids! Our letter Y has joined the rest of the letters we have crafted thus far, taking its place right before our Z is for Zebra craft.