Letter D Activities
Free printable letter D worksheets, coloring pages and activities to make learning the letter D fun.
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Letter D Coloring Pages
D is for dice
How to use this alphabet coloring coloring sheet?
- Color the sentence “D is for Dice”
- Trace the capital letter D three times then write the capital letter D until you reach the end of the line.
- Trace the lowercase letter d three times then write the capital letter d until you reach the end of the line.
- Color the picture of the letter D and the dice.
Letter D Coloring Page
Letter D Worksheets
Spongebob Letter D Worksheet
This SpongeBob letter D worksheet will teach kids to recognize, read and write the letter D (lowercase “d”) and learn the beginning sound for the letter “d”.
How do you use this worksheet?
- Say, this is the letter d and point to the letter “d”.
- Say, “dog begins with the letter d. Listen for the sound that “d” makes at the beginning of the word ddddd-dog”.
- Ask the child to say “ddddd-dog.”
- Show the child how to trace the hollow d with a finger and then ask him/her to color the hollow “d”.
- Have the child trace the grey letter d at the bottom of the page with his/her finger and then with a pencil.
- Have the child write the letter d on the line and continue until the end of the line.
- Ask the child to color the pictures of Plankton and the dogs.
Letter D Activities
D is for dough
Playdough is a great way to learn about the letter D. Either make your own play dough or buy it ready made. It is really easy to make it and it works out much cheaper. Mix 1.5 cups of flour with 1 cup of salt. Add 1 cup of water slowly until you reach the right consistency. You might need to add a little more or less. Try and make as many things as possible that start with the letter D.
Prepare your favorite cookie dough and create D shaped cookies. Once you have shaped the cookies to look like the letter D you can then decorate them.
Get some plain doughnuts and decorate them! If you are concerned about the nutritional value of the activity (or more precisely the lack of nutritional value) you can make the doughnuts after the healthy dip below J.
Make a dip with cottage cheese, yogurt, chives and other fresh herbs. Cut up some fresh vegetables and dip them in the healthy dip. You can also toast pita bread cut into wedges (quarters or eighths), bread sticks and crackers.
Fold a piece of paper in a fan shape. Draw a doll on the folded paper. Cut out the doll making sure that you do not cut the edges of the doll (in order to keep the recurring doll shape). Open up and decorate.
D is for Doll
Make a paper doll using the free template provided. Print the doll’s body and doll clothes and cut each item out. The clothes and accessories can be printed on regular paper but the doll should be printed on heavy duty paper if you want it to last longer. You can also have it laminated. The kids can also create additional clothes and accessories by tracing the doll and then drawing various items on the template. It is important to trace the template first to ensure that the size will be right.