Letter L Books

Letter L Books

Reading books starting with L or books featuring letter L words can really help as you teach your child about recognizing the letter L and learning it’s sound. Here I’ve rounded up a list of some great letter L books for preschool that will be a blast to read with your child.

Letter L Books

Letter L Books for Preschool



Lana Llama's Little Lamb by Barbara deRubertis

Lana Llama’s Little Lamb by Barbara deRubertis (Animal Antics A to Z)

Lana Llama loves little Lucky Lamb. But Lucky has a problem―the sly and sneaky wolf down the lane! Luckily, Lana and her teacher, Alpha Betty, know just what to do!




Lost! by David McPhail

Lost! by David McPhail

On his way to school, a small boy befriends a very large bear who is lost.




Library Lion by Michelle Knudsen

Library Lion by Michelle Knudsen

Miss Merriweather, the head librarian, is very particular about rules in the library. No running allowed. And you must be quiet. But when a lion comes to the library one day, no one is sure what to do. There aren’t any rules about lions in the library. And, as it turns out, this lion seems very well suited to library visiting. His big feet are quiet on the library floor. He makes a comfy backrest for the children at story hour. And he never roars in the library, at least not anymore. But when something terrible happens, the lion quickly comes to the rescue in the only way he knows how.




Llama Llama Red Pajama by Anna Dewdney

Llama Llama Red Pajama by Anna Dewdney

Baby Llama turns bedtime into an all-out llama drama! Tucked into bed by his mama, Baby Llama immediately starts worrying when she goes downstairs, and his soft whimpers turn to hollers when she doesn’t come right back. But just in time, Mama returns to set things right. Children will relate to Baby Llama’s need for comfort, as much as parents will appreciate Mama Llama’s reassuring message.




Listen and Learn by Cheri J. Meiners

Listen and Learn by Cheri J. Meiners

Knowing how to listen is essential to learning, growing, and getting along with others. Simple words and inviting illustrations help children develop skills for listening, understand why it’s important to listen, and recognize the positive results of listening.




Ladybugs by Gail Gibbons

Ladybugs by Gail Gibbons

Everything you ever wanted to know about ladybugs— and why they’re crucial to our environment. Bright illustrations and an easy-to-read text make this ideal for young readers studying the natural world.




The Lost Lake by Allen Say

The Lost Lake by Allen Say (Sandpiper Books)

Luke and his father, who is disgusted by the tourists surrounding the once secluded lake of his childhood, hike deeper into the wilderness to find a “lost lake” of their own.




In Like a Lion Out Like a Lamb by Marion Dane Bauer

In Like a Lion Out Like a Lamb by Marion Dane Bauer

A fresh take on a familiar saying, perfect for the first rainy days of spring. From hail and wet snow to vibrant green fields full of blossoms, the illustrations grow brighter, springing into new life—and hinting and the summer to come. The lively text and paintings illustrate the ways in which we personify spring weather, making this book a perfect introduction to figurative language—and lots of fun to read as well.




Lots of Lambs by Laura Numeroff

Lots of Lambs by Laura Numeroff

“Happy lambs, / grumpy lambs, / Lambs in a coat. / Grandpa lambs, / Baby lambs, / Lambs on a boat.” Jaunty rhymes make for excellent read-alouds on their own, but add flaps to flip and textures to touch and storytime success is inevitable. Colorful lambs in contrasting situations (indoors/outdoors, for instance) help reinforce the concept of opposites.




The Little Lamb by Judy Dunn

The Little Lamb by Judy Dunn (Pictureback(R)

Delectable photographs illuminate this appealing story of a little girl and a lamb.


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This Land Is Your Land by Woody Guthrie

This Land Is Your Land by Woody Guthrie

An illustrated version of the classic Woody Guthrie folk song, perfect for a family singalongs! Since its debut in the 1940s, Woody Guthrie’s “This Land Is Your Land” has become one of the best-loved and most timely folk songs in America, inspiring activism and patriotism for all. This classic ballad is now brought to life in a richly illustrated edition for the whole family to share. Detailed paintings invite readers on a journey across the country and create an unforgettable portrait of our diverse land and the people who live it.




Lightning Bug Lantern by Andrea Skuta

Lightning Bug Lantern by Andrea Skuta

Lightning Bug Lantern is a heartwarming story for children that emphasizes the importance of teamwork and friendship through the eyes of Maggie, a young girl whose biggest wish is to catch enough lightning bugs to fill her campsite with magic light.




The Lantern Hill Light Parade by Meadow Rue Merrill

The Lantern Hill Light Parade by Meadow Rue Merrill (Lantern Hill Farm)

“You are invited to Lantern Hill Farm, The harvest is ready, the hay’s in the barn…” So reads six-year-old Molly’s invitation to Aunt Jenny’s harvest party at Lantern Hill Farm. But when the sky grows dark on the day of the party, Molly is scared. Thankfully, she and her friends have each brought something that glows for a special parade. While marching together, they learn about Jesus, the light of the world, who overcomes the dark and helps us be brave.




Leo the Late Bloomer by Robert Kraus

Leo the Late Bloomer by Robert Kraus

Leo isn’t reading, or writing, or drawing, or even speaking, and his father is concerned. But Leo’s mother isn’t. She knows her son will do all those things, and more, when he’s ready. With its message of patience and humor, Leo the Late Bloomer is more timely than ever.




Mrs Lather’s Laundry by Allan Ahlberg

Mrs Lather’s Laundry by Allan Ahlberg (Happy Families)

Mrs. Lather is getting quite worked up in her laundry. She hates washing socks, she hates washing vests, she really doesn’t much like washing trousers or dresses either. But her job gets rather more difficult when her customers start bringing in more unusual washing loads…




Larry the Lawnmower by Jeanne Archambault

Larry the Lawnmower by Jeanne Archambault

Larry is a dedicated little lawnmower. It’s a delightful story all written in rhyme. Larry shares many emotions to which all children can relate. It incorporates an important message about recycling and the values that are instilled in Larry.




Leaves! Leaves! Leaves! by Nancy Elizabeth Wallace

Leaves! Leaves! Leaves! by Nancy Elizabeth Wallace

Join Mama and Buddy Bear’s stroll through the seasons as they examine the development of leaves on their favorite trees. In early spring, Buddy wonders when the leaves will emerge from their buds and blossom into the wonderful shapes he and Mama like to collect in the summer months. Mama, a treasure trove of tree facts, shares Buddy’s love of leaves and encourages him to use his eyes and hands to explore how a tree produces, maintains, and then sheds its foliage.




Leaves by David Ezra Stein

Leaves by David Ezra Stein

This simple, charming story of a young bear’s first autumn is perfectly suited to board book format. Bear is surprised when the leaves start falling off the trees, but when he tries to reattach them, it doesn’t work. Eventually, he gets sleepy, and burrows into the fallen leaves for a long nap. When he wakes up, it’s spring-and there are suddenly brand-new leaves all around, seeming to welcome him.




Little Lu Learns to Love by Leah Vis

Little Lu Learns to Love by Leah Vis

Kindness and love can be challenging, right? Little Lu has the perfect day planned. New paints = a full day of painting bliss. All of her plans come crashing down when she ends up having to entertain her little cousin instead. Mama takes this opportunity to teach Little Lu that love can be tricky, but it is also worth the effort. Little Lu tries, flounders, and eventually discovers the joy in putting someone else first.




Leaping Lemmings! by John Briggs

Leaping Lemmings! by John Briggs

Think before you leap! Lemmings look alike, sound alike, and act alike. If one jumps off a cliff, the others jump right after him. . . except Larry. Larry’s very independent and won’t follow his fellow lemmings blindly to their doom. But can he teach them to use their brains and stop making terrible group decisions? A wonderfully funny, quirky tale about staying true to yourself with witty illustrations that capture all the humor and pathos of Larry’s situation.


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Lemons and Lemonade by Nancy Loewen

Lemons and Lemonade by Nancy Loewen (Money Matters)

Provides a small business scenario using a lemonade stand. Topics discussed include capital, gross profit, net profit, marketing, supply and demand, monopoly, and competition.




Lemurs by Claire Throp

Lemurs by Claire Throp (Living in the Wild: Primates)

Lemurs explores the fascinating world of primates. The title includes information about classification, habitats, adaptations, food chains, behavior, and intelligence. Readers will also learn about the threats these creatures face, how they can help protect them and their habitats, and what the future holds for them.




How to Lose a Lemur by Frann Preston-Gannon

How to Lose a Lemur by Frann Preston-Gannon

Everyone knows that once a lemur takes a fancy to you there is not much that can be done about it. That’s just what happens to a little boy when a lemur begins to follow him in the park one day—and more of the adoring animals join in. The boy does everything to ditch the playful creatures, from jumping on a train to flying in a hot-air balloon to climbing the highest mountain. But nothing works—AND he’s lost, too! It’s then that his constant companions show just why they make the very best of friends. The parade of lovable lemurs, and the playful illustrations, will have children laughing, reading this again and again-and wishing they could have a pet like that, too.




The Letters Are Lost! by Lisa Campbell Ernst

The Letters Are Lost! by Lisa Campbell Ernst

Once upon a time, all the letters of the alphabet were together. But now they’re lost! One showed up in the Bath. There was one under a Hat, another one on a Quilt, and even one in the Sandbox. Where are the rest? Readers will delight in finding out in this vibrant, charming introduction to the alphabet.




Lettuce! by Diana Kizlauskas

Lettuce! by Diana Kizlauskas

Good fortune runs amok as Rabbit watches his crop of lettuce grow and grow and GROW! What will he do with all this leafy goodness? His crew of wacky friends helps him solve his curly green dilemma. The story told with humor works as a lesson in friendship, sharing and values as well as all-around entertainment.




Lightbulbs by Joanne Mattern

Lightbulbs by Joanne Mattern (Rookie Read-About Science)

How does a lightbulb work? Press a button. Flip a switch. And – like magic – light fills a room. It’s all thanks to the humble lightbulb. This book introduces readers to the simple science of the lightbulb. And it explains how science has continued to improve upon the little glass bulb that so brightens our world.




The Lighthouse by Tracy Blom

The Lighthouse by Tracy Blom

This beautifully illustrated storybook tells the tale of an old man who embarks on a journey at sea. While on his voyage, he encounters a mighty storm and becomes scared, lost, and tired. Through the darkness, a lighthouse calls to him and guides him to an extraordinary place where he is reminded of the beautiful things that make life worth living.




Lucy's Light by Jo Rooks

Lucy’s Light by Jo Rooks (Once Upon a Garden)

Lucy is a lightning bug and the most talented flyer in the squad. There’s just one problem: she doesn’t light up! When it’s time to learn night flying, Lucy is anxious. She tries everything to get her light to shine but nothing works. Lucy is about to give up when her friends are captured by a nasty toad and his gang, who hatched a plan to brighten up their bog. Does Lucy have what it takes to save her friends? Or is she just an “ordinary” bug after all? A sweet story which shines a light on inner confidence, selfacceptance, and courage. Lucy learns that doing a good deed will always make you shine bright!




Lizards by Laura Marsh

Lizards by Laura Marsh (National Geographic Readers)

From geckos to iguanas, komodo dragons to chameleons, lizards are about the most awesome animal around! They inhabit every continent except Antarctica. Some are lethal. Some change color. Some have suction cups on their feet. There is enough fascinating information about these animals to fill an entire library of readers! But we’ve taken the absolute coolest information about the coolest animal and compacted it in this fascinating reader, perfect for anyone who loves slippery, slimy, creepy, and crawly.




Lobsters on the Loose by Jennifer Ginn

Lobsters on the Loose by Jennifer Ginn

A routine trip to the grocery store turns into an amazing adventure as a brave young boy helps the lobsters in the seafood department make a great escape. The crustaceans flee their tiny tank, but can they make their way back to the sea? Follow the lobsters as they embark on a fun-filled journey and later reward the young boy who saved them with a spectacular celebration in the sea.


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A Log's Life by Wendy Pfeffer

A Log’s Life by Wendy Pfeffer

An informative and creative tale about a fallen oak tree in the forest, teaching young readers about the various purposes it serves in the ecosystem during every step of its life cycle. One stormy day a strong wind rages through the forest, causing an old oak tree to bend and sway. Lightning strikes; the tree crashes to the ground. Now it’s a giant log. This fascinating book introduces readers to the life cycle of a tree. The informative, lyrical text is complemented by stunning, three-dimensional paper sculptures that showcase the forest ecosystem, inspiring readers to take a close look at the trees—and logs—in their own backyards.




Lunch by Denise Fleming

Lunch by Denise Fleming

It’s time for lunch, and one little mouse is famished! In fact, he’s so hungry that once he starts eating, he can’t stop. He sinks his teeth into a crisp white turnip, gobbles up some orange carrots, devours an ear of yellow corn, then tosses back some tender green peas. He’s full, but this mouse keeps on munching until his bulging belly won’t hold another bite.


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Did I miss any other great letter L books that you like to read with your preschooler? Leave a comment below and share your favorite books beginning with L words or featuring words that start with L.

L is For… Things That Start With L for Preschool

L is For... Things That Start With L for Preschool

Today I have a handy “L is for…” list that you can use to find items for a letter L show and tell at school or to help you to think of things that start with L for homeschool planning. These L words for kids can be used in a lot of different ways as you help teach your preschooler about the letter L.

L is For... Things That Start With L for Preschool

“L is for …” activities and ideas you can use this list with

In case you’re not sure how a list of words that start with L for kids can be helpful in your homeschool preschool planning, here are just a few ideas for how to use this list:

  1. Find your favorite things that start with L from the list and put together a letter L book list to help re-enforce the letter L sound.
  2. Create a letter L sensory bin using some of these L words for kids to enjoy exploring and discovering more about the letter L in a sensory rich way.
  3. Put together flashcards that incorporate these words that start with L for kids to use as they learn about the letter L.
  4. Throughout your letter L preschool week emphasize the letter L and words that feature the letter L as you read, talk, and learn.

These are just a few ideas for ways to use this list of L words for kids. There are a lot of other great ways that you can utilize this handy “L is for …” list in your homeschool and as you teach your child about the letter L.

Words That Start With L for Kids

Now that you know how to use the list of things that start with L, let’s get to the actual list of words that start with L for kids. I’ve listed out the things that start with L alphabetically so you can browse through the list easily.

At the bottom of this post you’ll also find a free printable version of this “L is for…” word list. You can edit it if needed to add additional letter L words and print it out if that’s easier for you to use in your planning out homeschool or as you find fun letter L show and tell ideas.

  • Label
  • Labrador Retriever
  • Lace
  • Ladder
  • Ladle
  • Lady
  • Ladybug
  • Lake
  • Lamb
  • Lamp
  • Land
  • Lane
  • Lantern
  • Last
  • Late
  • Laugh
  • Laundry
  • Laundry Basket
  • Lava
  • Lawn
  • Lawn Mower
  • Leaf
  • Learn
  • Left
  • Legs
  • Lemming
  • Lemon
  • Lemonade
  • Lemur
  • Leopard
  • Less
  • Less Than
  • Letter (ABC)
  • Letter (Note, to Mail)
  • Lettuce
  • Level
  • Lever
  • Liberty Bell
  • Librarian
  • Library
  • Lice
  • License Plate
  • Licorice
  • Lid
  • Life
  • Lightbulb
  • Lighthouse
  • Lightening
  • Lightening Bug
  • Lilac
  • Lily
  • Lime
  • Limestone
  • Limousine
  • Line
  • Link
  • Lion
  • Lips
  • Liquid
  • List
  • Little
  • Live
  • Living Room
  • Lizard
  • Llama
  • Lobster
  • Lock
  • Log
  • Lollipop
  • Long
  • Longhorn
  • Loud
  • Louisiana
  • Love
  • Lunch
  • Lungs
  • Lynx

Things That Start With L Free Printable (Editable PDF)

If you want to print out this list of things that start with L, I have a free printable PDF for you below. It’s organized just like above, alphabetically. And you can also add, edit, and delete L words from the list if you need to as well.

To use the list in your homeschool planning, simply print it out and reference to it as you plan out your homeschool letter L week. Or you can print it out to use it for hunting down some letter L show and tell ideas.

To get your free printable, CLICK HERE

Know of any other words that start with L for kids to learn? Leave your letter L word ideas in the comments below, I’d love to hear them! I’d also love to hear how you’re making use of this letter L word list.

U is For… Things That Start With U for Preschool

U is For... Things That Start With U for Preschool

Planning out a letter U week for homeschool preschool? Then you’ll love this handy list of things that start with U! This list of U words for kids is so helpful for planning out a fun, well-rounded and rich letter of the week program for the letter U.

But this list of words that start with U for kids isn’t just useful for homeschool planning. It’s also great for finding ideas for a letter U show and tell item too.

U is For... Things That Start With U for Preschool

“U is for …” activities and ideas you can use this list with

You might be wondering how exactly you can utilize this list of things that start with U for preschool homeschool? In so many ways! Here are just a few ideas for how this list can help you in your homeschool planning:

  1. Collect items that represent some of these U words for kids to put into an “I Spy” bag, bottle, or bin
  2. Put together a list of letter U books that you can pick up to use during your letter U week.
  3. Find pictures that you can print out of these things that start with U for preschool to print out and help build your child’s vocabulary.
  4. As you’re learning about the letter U, intentionally try to use, point out, and emphasize that “U is for…” throughout the day

There’s a lot of great ways that you can utilize this list of words that start with U for kids. These are just a few ideas to get you started. Try to get creative and think of even more ways to plan out your “U is for…” activities for homeschool.

Words That Start With U for Kids

Now let’s get to the list of U words for kids. I’ve listed out the things that start with U alphabetically so you can find everything easier.

Then if you scroll to the bottom of this post you’ll also find a free printable version of this “U is for…” word list. You can edit it if needed and print it out if that’s easier for you to use in your planning.

  • UFO
  • Ugly
  • Ukulele
  • Ultrasound
  • Ulysses S. Grant
  • Umbrella
  • Umpire
  • Unbuckle
  • Unbutton
  • Uncle
  • Under
  • Underground
  • Undershirt
  • Understand
  • Undertaker
  • Underwater
  • Underwear
  • Undo
  • Unhappy
  • Unicorn (mythical)
  • Unicorn Rhinoceros
  • Unicycle
  • Uniform
  • Union
  • Unite
  • United Kingdom
  • United States (USA)
  • Universal Product Code (UPC)
  • Unleavened Bread
  • UNO Game
  • Unpack
  • Unplug
  • Unzip
  • Up
  • Upside Down
  • Upside Down Cake
  • Uranus
  • Urban
  • Urchin
  • Urn
  • Us
  • Use/Used
  • Usher
  • Utah
  • Utensils
  • Utility/Utilities
  • Utter (talking)
  • Utter (from a cow)

Things That Start With U Free Printable (Editable PDF)

If you’d like a printable version of this list of things that start with U, you can find a free editable PDF of the list below. It’s organized alphabetically like above. And you can add, edit, and delete from the list as needed.

To use the list in your homeschool planning, simply print it out and reference to it as you plan out your homeschool letter U week.

To get your free printable, CLICK HERE

Know of any other words that start with U for kids to learn? Drop your ideas in the comments below, I’d love to hear them! Also take some time to share with me how you’re utilizing this letter U word list help you plan out your homeschool.

T is For… Things That Start With T for Preschool

T is For... Things That Start With T for Preschool

If you’re working on planning out a letter T homeschool week for your preschooler then you’ll find this list of things that start with T for preschool and other kids can really help you in your homeschool planning.

Having a handy list of T words for kids is great for not only homeschool planning but for other things too, like for finding ideas for show and tell letter T activities at school.

T is For... Things That Start With T for Preschool

“T is for …” activities and ideas you can use this list with

How can you use this list of words that start with T for kids? Well there are actually a lot of great ways that you’ll find this list useful and a lot of ways to use it as you plan out your letter of the week program. Here are just a few ideas:

  1. Put together a Montessori inspired alphabet sensory bag featuring some of these T words for kids.
  2. Know what kinds of letter T books to look for that feature some things that start with T in the title or subject.
  3. Use flashcards and matching miniature objects that feature some words that start with T for kids.
  4. Find toys that start with T that you can have your child play with during your homeschool letter of the week or use in a letter T show and tell.

These are just a few ideas for how to utilize this list of T words for kids. There are so many other great ways that this list can be useful too. I’m sure you can think of even more ways that this list can help you plan out your “T is for…” activities for homeschool.

Words That Start With T for Kids

Below you’ll find the list of T words for kids. This is an alphabetical list of things that start with T.

At the very bottom of this post you can also find a free printable PDF list of this letter T word list that you can print (and edit if needed).

  • Table
  • Taco
  • Tadpole
  • Tag
  • Tail
  • Tale
  • Talk/Talking
  • Tall/Taller/Tallest
  • Tally/Tally Marks
  • Tambourine
  • Tanker
  • Tank
  • Tap/Tapping
  • Tapdance
  • Tape
  • Tape Measure
  • Tarantula
  • Target
  • Tasmanian Devil
  • Taxi
  • Tea
  • Teach/Teaching
  • Teacher
  • Team
  • Teapot
  • Tears
  • Tech/Technology
  • Teddy Bear
  • Tee
  • Teenager
  • Telephone
  • Telescope
  • Television/TV
  • Ten
  • Tennessee
  • Tennis
  • Tennis Racket
  • Tent
  • Tepee
  • Terrier
  • Test
  • Texas
  • Thanksgiving
  • Thermometer
  • Thin
  • Think
  • Third
  • Thirteen
  • Thirty
  • Thousand
  • Thread
  • Three
  • Throw
  • Thumb
  • Thunderstorm
  • Tic-Tac-Toe
  • Tickle
  • Tie
  • Tie Dye
  • Tiger
  • Time
  • Tinkertoy
  • Tiny/Tinier/Tiniest
  • Tire
  • Toad
  • Toadstool Mushroom
  • Toaster
  • Today
  • Toddler
  • Toe
  • Toenail
  • Together
  • Toilet
  • Tomato
  • Tongs
  • Tongue
  • Tongue Twister
  • Tools
  • Toolbox
  • Tooth/Teeth
  • Toothbrush
  • Toothpaste
  • Torch
  • Tornado
  • Totem Pole
  • Toucan
  • Touch
  • Towel
  • Town
  • Tow
  • Tow Truck
  • Toys
  • Tracks (from walking)
  • Tracks (for a train)
  • Tractor
  • Traffic
  • Traffic Light
  • Trail
  • Train
  • Trampoline
  • Transparent
  • Trash
  • Trash Can
  • Treasure
  • Treasure Chest
  • Tree
  • Treehouse
  • Triangle (shape)
  • Triangle (instrument)
  • Tricycle
  • Triplets
  • Trombone
  • Tropical
  • Tropics
  • Trout
  • Truck
  • Trumpet
  • Trunk (like on an elephant)
  • Trunk (of a tree)
  • Trunk (to store things)
  • Trunk (of a car)
  • T-shirt
  • Tub
  • Tuba
  • Tugboat
  • Tulip
  • Tuna
  • Tundra
  • Turkey
  • Turtle
  • Tutu
  • Twelve
  • Twenty
  • Twig
  • Twins
  • Twist
  • Two
  • Type
  • Typewriter

Things That Start With T Free Printable (Editable PDF)

Download the free printable list of things that start with T below. It’s an alphabetically sorted editable PDF of the list of T words for kids. So you can add, edit, and delete from it if needed.

After you print the list out, pop it into your homeschool planning binder so you can easily reference to it as you plan out your homeschool letter T week.

To get your free printable, CLICK HERE

Can you think of any other words that start with T for kids? Leave a comment below with your ideas. And be sure to share how you’re using this letter T word list to help in your homeschool planning.

S is For… Things That Start With S for Preschool

S is For... Things That Start With S for Preschool

This handy list of things that start with S for preschool, kindergarten, and other young children is so helpful as you plan out your letter S week for homeschool. It can make planning out your homeschool so much easier.

Knowing some S words for kids is also great if you need to come up with letter S show and tell ideas for school too!

S is For... Things That Start With S for Preschool

“S is for …” activities and ideas you can use this list with

You might be asking yourself how you can use this list of things that start with S? Well, this list is really versatile and helpful as you plan out your homeschool letter of the week program for the letter S. Here are a few ideas:

  1. Select some letter S books that you can read to your preschooler for the week to re-enforce the letter S sound and how it looks on the cover of the book.
  2. Look for some educational videos that feature some letter S words for kids that will be helpful in your homeschool.
  3. Put together a letter S sensory bin using items that represent some of these words that start with S for your preschooler.
  4. Talk about how “S is for…” as you do some fun letter S crafts with your child.

As you can see, there are a lot of really fun and educational ways to use this list of S words for kids. These are just a few ideas, but I’m sure you can think of even more ways that you can utilize this list of words that start with S for kids to plan out your “S is for…” activities for your homeschool preschool.

Words That Start With S for Kids

Let’s get to the list of S words for kids. This list is an alphabetically sorted list of letter S words for kids.

At the bottom of this post I’ve also included a free printable editable PDF version of the letter S words list that you can grab and print out for free.

  • Sack
  • Sad
  • Safety Pin
  • Said/Say
  • Sail
  • Sailboat
  • Sailfish
  • Saint Bernard Dog
  • Salad
  • Salamander
  • Salami
  • Salmon
  • Salt
  • Samurai
  • Sand
  • Sandals
  • Sandcastle
  • Sandwich
  • Sapphire
  • Satellite
  • Saturn
  • Sausage
  • Savanna
  • Saw
  • Saxaphone
  • Scale
  • Scales
  • Scallop
  • Scarecrow
  • Scared
  • Scarf
  • Scent/Scented
  • School
  • School Bus
  • Scooter
  • Science
  • Scissors
  • Scorpion
  • Scottish Terrier Dog
  • Scream
  • Screw (tool)
  • Screwdriver
  • Scroll
  • Scuba Diver
  • Sea
  • Seagull
  • Seahorse
  • Seal (animal)
  • Sea Lion
  • Seasons
  • Seaweed
  • See
  • Seeds
  • Seesaw
  • Semitruck
  • Senses
  • September
  • Seven
  • Sew
  • Sewing Machine
  • Shadow
  • Shampoo
  • Shamrock
  • Shapes
  • Shark
  • Sheep
  • Shelf
  • Shell
  • Ship
  • Shirt
  • Shoe
  • Shorts
  • Shoulder
  • Shovel
  • Shower
  • Shrimp
  • Shrug
  • Shut
  • Shuttle
  • Sick
  • Sidewalk
  • Sign
  • Silk
  • Silkworm
  • Silo
  • Silver
  • Sink
  • Sister
  • Sit
  • Six
  • Skelton
  • Ski
  • Skin
  • Skirt
  • Skull
  • Skunk
  • Sky
  • Skyscraper
  • Sleep
  • Sleeping Bag
  • Slide
  • Slinky
  • Slip
  • Slipper
  • Sloth
  • Slow
  • Slug
  • Small/Smaller/Smallest
  • Smart
  • Smell
  • Smile
  • Snail
  • Snake
  • Sneakers
  • Snow
  • Snowflake
  • Snowman
  • Snow Owl
  • Soap
  • Soccer
  • Soccer Ball
  • Socks
  • Sofa
  • Soil
  • Solar System
  • Soldier
  • Son
  • Soup
  • South
  • South America
  • South Carolina
  • South Dakota
  • South Korea
  • Space
  • Spaceship
  • Spacesuit
  • Sparkler
  • Sparrow
  • Spatula
  • Speak
  • Spectacles
  • Sphinx
  • Spider
  • Spin/Spinning
  • Spine
  • Spinning Top
  • Spiral
  • Splash
  • Splatter
  • Splinter
  • Sponge
  • Spool
  • Spoon
  • Sports
  • Spout
  • Spray
  • Spray Can
  • Spring (season)
  • Spring (metal coil)
  • Sprout
  • Square
  • Squash
  • Squid
  • Squirrel
  • Stadium
  • Stamp (for mailing)
  • Stamp (for using with ink)
  • Stand/Standing
  • Stapler
  • Star
  • Starfish
  • Stars
  • Static
  • Statue of Liberty
  • Steak
  • Steamshovel
  • Stem
  • Stick
  • Stickers
  • Stomach
  • Stone
  • Stool
  • Stop
  • Stop Sign
  • Store
  • Storm
  • Story
  • Stove
  • Straw
  • Strawberry
  • Stream
  • Street
  • String
  • String Beans
  • Stripes
  • Student
  • Submarine
  • Subway
  • Sugar
  • Suit
  • Suitcase
  • Summer
  • Sun
  • Sunflower
  • Sunglasses
  • Sunrise
  • Sunset
  • Swamp
  • Swan
  • Swarm
  • Sweep
  • Swim
  • Swimsuit
  • Sword
  • Swordfish

Things That Start With S Free Printable (Editable PDF)

Below you can download your free printable list of things that start with S. It’s an editable PDF sorted alphabetically. Just download it and then you can add, edit, and delete words from the list if needed.

After you download and print the list, stick it into your homeschool planner for quick and easy reference as you plan out your homeschool letter S week.

To get your free printable, CLICK HERE

Did I miss any other words that start with S for kids? Let me know what other S words for kids I should included in the list in the comments below. And while you’re there, let me know how you’re using this letter S word list to help plan out your homeschool.