S is for Snake Art and Craft

S is for Snake Art and Craft

Let’s learn the letter S through this super special preschool art- S is for Snake Art and Craft Activity!

S is for Snake Art and Craft

According to studies, humans are born with only two innate fears: the fear of falling and the fear of loud sound.

And yet now there are so many things that man are afraid of. I guess it’s something that we pick up along the way.

As a preschool teacher, there were a couple of fears that I needed to face and overcome so my students won’t learn to fear it, too (copy my fear) or overcome their own fears. 

One example was when we went on a field trip to the zoo. During our visit to the reptile one, the zookeeper asked who wants their photo taken with the snake. Nobody raised their hands. I looked around and saw my students with fear in their eyes. 

Reluctantly (and shaking to my bones), I volunteered. I wanted it to be a fun trip. I wanted my students to be brave and adventurous. And so I modelled those traits for them by taking a picture with the snake. 

Guess what? After I had my turn, ALL my students raised their hands to have their turn. 

My daring paid off immediately. I’m just so happy that my students got to experience handling a snake (with professional guidance, of course.)

After the trip, my preschoolers were so proud of themselves for being so brave. They were talking nonstop about it on the bus. 

In fact, they were still talking about it a week after our field trip. So I came up with an easy snake-themed craft for them. 

This letter art targets the following learning objectives:

  • Master the letter S through a visual cue (image of a snake) and an auditory cue (beginning sound of the word snake)
  • Develop fine motor skills
  • Encourage creativity and imagination

You might also like S is for Sun Paper Pasting Activity.

S is for Snake Art and Craft


  • green art paper
  • Yellow art paper
  • Red fuzzy wire
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Pencil


  1. Draw and cut an outline fo the letter S on a green art paper. 
  2. Cut out yellow triangles as snake skin and a red fuzzy wire as tongue.
  3. Glue the parts together. 

Click here for another version of S is for Snake Art and Craft.

Teacher’s Note:

Fear is contagious. If you can avoid it, don’t pass on your fear to your child.

The Teaching Aunt Terms and Conditions
S is for Snake Art and Craft

These Might Interest You: 

Alphabet Printables

Lowercase Letters Missing Worksheets Set 1

Missing Beginning Letters

Uppercase Letters Worksheets Set 1

Alphabet Wall Cards

Tracing Lines Worksheets

Numbers Printables

Pencil Themed Numbers Wall Cards

Numbers Flashcards

Tracing Numbers

Or just visit my Free Printable Page for more!

Thank you for visiting The Teaching Aunt


Do you want PREMIUM FREEBIES? Please subscribe to my blog. I promise it will be worth it!

Oh! And please like and follow us on Facebook and Pinterest! <3

Happy learning,

The Teaching Aunt Signature: Teacher Nessy

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


The Teaching Aunt- Teacher Nessy

Hi! My name is Nessy. I’m a preschool teacher and I’ve just recently added “doting aunt” to my title. I have tons of teacher-approved and child-friendly activities (as young as toddler years!) that I would like to share with you. Happy reading!




Get this Alphabet Activities for Kids E-Workbook for free when you subscribe!