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B Is for Baseball Paper Plate Craft

B Is for Baseball Paper Plate Craft

B is for baseball! Make a fun and simple baseball craft to help your preschooler learn about the letter Bb using paper plates and a red marker. Be sure to use non-coated paper plates to prevent the red marker from smearing.

Materials

Instructions

  1. Draw two curved lines on the front of the paper plate with the red marker.
  2. Draw small slash lines across the curved lines.
  3. Display the B Is for Baseball paper plate craft.

Materials for B Is for Baseball Paper Plate Craft Curved Red Lines for B Is for Baseball Paper Plate Craft

Cross Lines on B Is for Baseball Paper Plate Craft Finished B Is for Baseball Paper Plate Craft

For more fun paper plate craft ideas, try my H Is for Hot Dog Paper Plate Craft, A Is for Ant Paper Plate Craft, and O Is for Oyster Paper Plate Craft.

Image Credits

B Is for Baseball Paper Plate Craft © 2016 Heather Johnson
Materials for B Is for Baseball Paper Plate Craft © 2016 Heather Johnson
Curved Red Lines for B Is for Baseball Paper Plate Craft © 2016 Heather Johnson
Cross Lines on B Is for Baseball Paper Plate Craft © 2016 Heather Johnson
Finished B Is for Baseball Paper Plate Craft © 2016 Heather Johnson

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