Letter H Alphabet Kindergarten Arts and Crafts Writing Lesson Activity: If You’re Happy and You Know It Emojis
Introduce this craft with the letter H! Discuss feelings and ask students what makes them happy. Student or teacher writes on writing word bubble. For example, “I'm happy when I am riding my bike.” Then present the cover of this product for ideas of how a happy emoji looks. Students might choose to create one of the emojis (Color Option) or mix and match pieces to create their own original emoji (Mix and Match option).
Our kindergarten arts and crafts are downloads you can print at home or school. Each craft includes a cover and a contents page, so you know exactly how to put pieces together. The only supplies you need are paper, scissors, glue, and crayons! Enjoy creating with the kids!
Page 1: Cover
Page 2: Krazy for Kindyland Note
Page 3: Product Details
Page 4: Head
Page 5: Writing Word Bubble
Pages 6: Word Bubble Frame
Mix and Match Options:
Page 7: 3 Different Sets of Eyes (15 sets)
Page 8: 2 Different Mouths (8)
Page 9: Mouth (3)
Page 10: Cheeks (12 sets)
Page 11: Heart Eyes (6 sets)
Page 12: Hands (3 sets)
Page 13: Different Teeth Options (5)
Pages 14-19: These pages contain 2 sets of each Emoji option per page for students to color.
Book companions to go along with the craft pack include, but certainly are not limited to the following titles:
The Feelings Book
Things That Make Me Happy
How Are You Feeling Today?
Glad Monster, Sad Monster
The Way I Feel Today I Feel Silly
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The cover of Krazy for Kindyland products includes exact JPEG(s) of included craft(s).
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