Inside: four FREE letter D printables in Spanish for children ages 3-6. These activities are perfect for the classroom or for fun at home! You can subscribe to get your FREE printable activities at the end of this post!
Today I am bringing your four free letter D printables in Spanish for Kids!
These are the perfect printables to work on literacy practice and get your children ready to read and write in Spanish!
Please keep reading until the end of the post to find out how to get your free letter D printables in Spanish!
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What comes in this free letter D printables in Spanish kit?
You will receive a fun, four-page printable workbook to practice the letter D in Spanish in this packet.
- Page 1 is a practice writing an uppercase and lowercase letter D. It also serves as a coloring page with two animals that start with the letter D in Spanish: el dinosaurio, and el delfin.
- Page 2 is a cut the letter D page to work on children’s fine motor with scissors.
- Page 3 is a circle of the D in the sentence. Use this page to work on literary and comprehension skills by sounding out the sentences’ words and piecing together their meaning. Use the picture for assistance! Don’t forget to circle all of the Ds!
Page 4 is a D es para Dinosaurio craft. Cut out the letter D and shapes and craft a dinosaur!
How to get your free letter d printables in Spanish ?
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Let me know in the comments below what you think about these printables. If they are a success, I plan on expanding to create more themes such as animals, shapes, colors and more.