Using crafts is a wonderful way to introduce new concepts, like colors, shapes, numbers and letters, to little ones. Crafts engage all of the senses, which increases the opportunities for learning and the ability to retain the knowledge. These letter C crafts are a few ideas that you can use for presenting how the letter C looks, sounds and is written. This can apply to either the uppercase ‘C’ or lowercase ‘c’.
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Things that Start with the letter C
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Letter C Crafts Ideas
C is for Cat Crafts
This adorable cat craft starts with a couple of paper plates and can be customized from there. Use the free printable cat craft template for easy crafting. If you don’t want the mess of paint, just use markers or crayons instead. Find the full cat craft tutorial HERE.
For this sweet sleeping cat craft, use the free craft template for easy crafting. And, again, if you don’t want to get out the paint, feel free to use crayons or markers instead. We made our cat orange, but feel free to change up the colors. Check out the full craft tutorial and get the free template HERE.
It was so much fun when my friend, Elliot, came over to help me demonstrate how to make this craft. Check out this video…
Design your paper bag cat craft however you like. We’ll give you the step-by-step instructions while you add all of the details. There are 4 types of heads included in the free cat craft template. Check out the full tutorial HERE.
C is for Caterpillar Craft
Start with a paper plate to make this fun caterpillar mobile. If you don’t want to get the paint out, just use crayons or markers instead. The craft will still turn out great. Get the step-by-step instructions and free craft template HERE.
C is for Cookie Craft
Doesn’t this craft just make you want to sing that Cookie Monster song…”C is for cookie”. And it’s so easy to maker. You only need a few basic supplies, including a paper plate, crayons and scraps of paper for the chips. Find the full tutorial HERE.
C is for Cupcake Craft
This simple cupcake craft comes with a free printable. Cut out and put together your cupcake and then decorate it any way tha tyou want. The only limit is your imagination. Get the step-by-step instructions and free craft template HERE.
C is for Cow Crafts
Start with 2 paper plates and draw on some spots to start this fun c is for cow craft. Use the free cow craft template for easy crafting. You can even add a cut out letter ‘C’ to the back of your cow as a finishing touch. Get the step-by-step instructions and free craft tutorial HERE.
To start this cow craft, use a pompom to tape paint a large oval and then the body of the cow. Not only is it fun, but it’s also a great way to practice fine motor skills. Use the free craft template for easy crafting. Get the full step-by-step instructions and free craft template HERE.
This C is for cow craft is a little more complex than the others. For little ones, cut the parts out ahead of time. You will also want to glue together the popsicle stick triangle the day before so that the glue has time to dry overnight. Check out the full step-by-step tutorial and free craft template HERE.
C is for Crab Craft
This adorable crab is easy to put together, but for little ones you are going to want to cut out the parts in advance. Also, prepare the popsicle stick triangle the day before so that the glue has time to dry. You can opt to replace paint with markers or crayons, even for coloring the popsicle sticks, if you don’t want to get the paint out. Get the full step-by-step tutorial and free craft template HERE.
C is for Cars Craft
It’s often the simplest crafts that are the best, and coloring pages do not get any simpler. Just print and go. Use these free printable car coloring pages as a letter C craft today. You can find them HERE.
C is for Curious George Craft
Curious George has been loved by children for generations, and now you can make him into a craft using our free templates. If you don’t want to get the paint out, just use crayons or markers instead. To make it even easier, precut the pieces for your kiddo. Check out the full step-by-step tutorial and get the free craft template HERE.
Now that you have some ideas for letter C crafts, you can make them extra special by adding a cut out letter C to any of the projects. For example, you may want to put a big cut out letter on the back of the calico cat or on the back of the cow.