m is for moo!
Our Lil’ Creators are beginning to work on their lower case letters. It is important to reinforce that even though the lowercase and uppercase letters may look a little different, they still make the same sound. So today, as you work on the lowercase m with your Lil’, be sure to talk with them about the sound the letter m makes.
Grab your free copy of the m is for moo template HERE!

Lil’ Creators Focus Skills


  • Can identify all lowercase letters and some sounds (m)

Fine Motor Skills

  • Coordinate the use of hands, wrists, and fingers to complete tasks that require more precise movements
  • Engage in activities that require hand-eye coordination with increasing accuracy

Required Materials

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*m is for moo Template

*Construction Paper




Step #1
Print out the m is for moo template.
Step #2

Color in the spots of the cow on the m (legs) and the body.

Cut out the cow template.

Step #3
Glue the letter M to the bottom of a piece of construction paper.
We used light blue.
Step #4
Glue the body of the cow above the letter m and glue the head to the right of the body so that the head slightly overlaps the body of the cow.
Step #5
Write the word “moo” in front of the cow’s mouth.
Label the paper m is for moo.

Teacher Tip

Since we are working on lowercase letters, be consistent in using the lowercase m when writing m is for moo. I know this feels odd because grammatically it is not correct since a title should be capitalized, but right now the skill we’re focusing on is lowercase letters so, to emphasize the skill, we are going to break a grammar rule.


Let us know what you think of this activity and be sure to share your Lil’s artwork on social media!