Coloring Pages Of The Letter G
If your kids are bored at home, keeping them engaged with these letter G coloring pages is a good way to go! Not only are they learning the alphabet, but they’re also developing their motor skills and hand-eye coordination. As children color, learning becomes a lot more visually appealing to them.
Apart from letter G coloring pages, we’ve also listed a few fun alphabet games on our website. Check it out!
Free Printable Letter G Coloring Pages
Check out these letter G coloring pages for toddlers:
Letter G for Gift Coloring Page:
Letter G for Giraffe Coloring Page:
Letter G for Goat Coloring Page:
Letter G for Grape Coloring Page:
Once you’ve downloaded these free printable letter G coloring pages and your child has completed the activity, you could introduce them to some more words starting with G. These words include glove, grass, glass, grapes, gum, and gap.
Alternatives to Letter G Coloring Pages
If your little one doesn’t seem to be in the mood for coloring pages and worksheets, try these activities instead.
- Write letters in shaving cream. It’s a great way to clean your table and their hands too!
- Bend pipe cleaners to shape letters.
- Hide ABC letters in a sensory bag with lots of items like rice and pasta!
- Make invisible letters! All you have to do is use crayons to write your letters on paper and then paint the sheet with watercolors. You’ll notice the “invisible” letters magically appear.
- Cut sponges into letters of the alphabet.
- Go on a nature walk and make letters from nature! You could use leaves, twigs, and rocks to make any letter you want.
- Eat your letters. That’s right. Eat them! Shape pancakes and serve them up to your child so they get in some learning while eating something delicious.
Tricks for Teaching Kids the Alphabet
- Teach letter names and sounds. In addition to that, you could also teach them the sounds each animal makes. For example, a cow goes moo, the cat goes meow, etc.
- Introduce kids to vowels in the very beginning.
- Use our letter G coloring pages above!
- Be as silly as possible. Sing the ABC song and dance along and get your kids to dance with you. Remember, the more fun learning is, the easier it will be for them to grasp core concepts.