Girl begins with the letter G. What else can the kids think of to model with their playdough? How about a giant - or a grasshopper!
Letter G Printables
Learn the letter G with the help of our printables collection - including posters and booklets! More coming soon.
It's fun to make letters out of playdough, and it is a great way to help children "remember" their shapes, too. Here is a letter g playdough mat to prompt them...
Help the kids learn the capital letter G with our fun alphabet playdough mat. Print, laminate (or not) and off you go!
There are some lovely pictures on this worksheet, but do the children know which ones start with the letter g? They need to circle the right pictures, then have a go at the tracing and colouring activities too...
We are working our way through the alphabet with children! Here is a boy holding the letter G on his head.
Print out our "alphabet of children" posters to decorate the classroom, laminate them for table mats, or include them in workbooks. Here is the letter G...
We are working our way through the alphabet with this set of playdough mats, which help children with letter recognition and beginning sounds. Here is the letter G.
G is for Goose on this alphabet poster. This is part of a beautiful set featuring animals and birds. They make a colourful and useful frieze for the wall.
The letter g can be a tricky letter to learn how to write, but the kids will soon feel confident after practising with these worksheets. You can download either our UK or US version.
Colour in the beautifully illustrated letter G on this writing paper, then use for writing letters and lots of other writing projects. Choose from either our lined or blank version below.
Here are two letter G lacing cards to print for the kids - one with a lovely yellow checked capital G and one with a quirky pink lower case G!
This letter g template is a little bit quirky and lots of fun, and will really liven up crafts, collages, and displays.
Younger kids could use this letter G template as a base for play dough modelling - a great way to memorise a letter. Or simply print out the template and let the kids colour, trace or decorate the letter however they choose!