Letter J Worksheets For Preschool Kids

Here are some free letter J worksheets for preschool kids

The Letter J can be a fun letter to teach when you have fantastic resources, crafts or games. Today I am sharing these super fun letter J printables with you to help teach kids the about the letter J.

I’ll also be sharing some fun Letter J crafts that you could make with the kids. There are so many fantastic ideas, which one will you choose?

letter J worksheets for preschool kids

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Letter J Printables For Pre-K

These letter J printable worksheets are free to download and super simple. You can have the following sheets.

  • A Jam Jar coloring page
  • Count the Jam jars page
  • Color the odd jars
  • Letter J tracing page – both upper and lower case letters.

You could use these worksheets as a starting point to introduce the name, and sound of the letter J. You might then want to move onto a song or activity about the letter J or make crafts that begin with the J sound.

Letter J craft Ideas

So here are some fantastic Letter J craft ideas that you may love.

J is for Jellyfish.

Paint a Jellyfish rock on a stone with the kids. Rock painting can be super fun and doesn’t have to cost much either. All you need is a few stones and some paint!

Make a Jolly Pirate

You could make some Jolly pirates from paper bags such as this one over on The Inspiration Edit. There is a free template and the kids might just love this jolly fun craft idea!

Make Jello with the kids

You might want to make some Jello with the kids. That would be super fun… or even try making Jam.

You might also want to make Handprint Jellyfish or paper plate Jellyfish. You could even make a Jellyfish from shells like we did in this photo. There are so many fun things to do to get kids talking about the letter J. Enjoy.

jellyfish craft for preschool kids to make

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