X is for fox. This month, our X shaped craft is inspired by a fox. To be totally honest with you, I am not a huge fan of using the X at the end of the word versus at the beginning, but we have exhausted our x vocabulary words at this point, without using weird x words that I have never heard of before. So, we have to improvise a little bit and do crafts that use the X at the end of the word versus the beginning.

Our preschoolers will work on the letter X and sound that it makes when they create their “X” letter craft in the shape of a fox.

Lil’ Creators Focus Skills

Reading

  • Can identify all capital letters and most sounds

Writing

  • Can form all capital letters and some lowercase letters

Required Materials

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X is for Fox Template

*Scissors

*Markers

*Glue

Step #1

Print the X is for Fox Template.

Step #2

Color in the X and the fox parts.

Step #3

Cut out the fox head and tail.

Step #4

Glue the fox head to the top right of the X and the tail to the bottom left.

Step #5

Trace over the X’s in the label X is for fox.

Teacher Tip

If you are more into the idea of the traditional X alphabet crafts, check out our X is for Xylophone, X is for X-Ray, or X is for X-Ray Fish.

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