If you’re looking for some fun-filled crafts and activities for teaching your toddler the letter B, check out some of my ideas below in this Letter B Lesson Plan for preschoolers. I use the letter of week strategy to help teach my son the alphabet. Each day I follow a letter specific lesson plan, which you can print for free, and incorporate sensory and fine motor play to engage his senses. So far, it has been going great and little by little he gets more excited to learn his letters.
Reading, crafts, sensory, and fine motor play are all great ways to engage a toddler or preschooler when teaching the alphabet.
Don’t be intimidated if your toddler doesn’t take to the lesson plan right away. It took my son a few weeks but eventually, he got the hang of it and started to look forward to activity and craft time.
Below, you can print my free Letter Bb Lesson Plan that includes flashcard study, crafts, reading, activities, and worksheets— all concentrating on the letter B. You can also find some substitute crafts and additional resources below.
Print your Free Letter B Lesson Plan below.
Free worksheets, flashcards, and books to buy and download from the above lesson plan:
Free download- Letter B alphabet book The Measured Mom.
Letter B Crafts:
- Uppercase B-Bunny
- Lowercase b- baseball bat & ball
- Paper Plate Bear
- Toilet Paper Roll Bumblebee
Letter B Books:
Letter B Activities:
- Make Your Own Bouncy Balls
- Balloon Painting
- Bean Sensory Box
- Button Play- Fill in Block Letter with Buttons
- Bus Box
Related: DIY Colored Beans for Sensory Play
Free Letter B Worksheets (click banner below):
- Bumblebee Pom-Pom Play
- Letter Recognition-B is for Baseball
- Counting Jelly Beans
More Letter B worksheets:
- Uppercase B- Bear
- Handprint Butterfly
- Lowercase b-beans
- Paper Plate Bear Mask
- Paper Plate Beach Ball
- Handprint Birds
- Paint with Bubbles
- Bird Hunt with Binoculars
- Paint Wooden Boat (buy figure from Joanne Fabrics)
Related: How to Teach a Toddler the Alphabet
What’s your approach to teaching the alphabet to your preschooler? What are some of your favorite activities and crafts for teaching your toddler the letter B?
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Meagan has been married for seven years and is a proud new mom, happily navigating her way through the toddler years. She met her husband 18 years ago in high school; they got married 11 years later after graduating from the University of South Florida. Meagan currently helps run a family business with her parents and sister, while blogging about her life and taking care of her one year son full time (at work)!
When she isn’t chasing her son around and fishing dog food from his mouth, she enjoys spending time with her family on a beach anywhere. She also loves decorating and organizing her home, delving into fun DIY projects, bargain shopping, and eating at unique restaurants. She also loves Barbeque anything and a good show or movie on Netflix.