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Show and Tell Ideas that Start with C

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My twins’ preschool class has show and tell every week, and each week’s theme is a different letter of the alphabet. Every week, I spend at least a few minutes brainstorming items we own that start with the letter of the week. I know many other preschool and kindergarten parents are doing the same. I’m making all our lives easier and starting a series of posts that give show and tell ideas for each letter. Here are my show and tell ideas that start with C!

General tips for finding a show and tell item!

Preschoolers can learn a lot through show and tell, and my kids love it! Here are my tips to make choosing show and tell items a little easier.

Decide what to bring the day before (or even earlier!) There is nothing worse than scrambling to get out the door and thinking “Oh no! We forgot show and tell!” I have been there. It’s not fun. Set an alarm or write it on your calendar to take care of this the day before.

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If your child has a hard time sticking to the theme, it might help to lay out a few items that start with that letter and let them choose from those. The times I’ve taken my twins to the toy box to look for something, they often had a hard time limiting their focus to the letter of the week. They just want to bring their favorite toy.

Consider discussing with your preschooler that once we decide, he/she can’t change their mind. It has happened more than once that my twins decide what they want to bring, and then the morning of, decide that item isn’t actually what they wanted. This leads to a frustrating last second scramble.

Search your toy box for ideas. You’ll be surprised what you find! If you have letter blocks, they can be an easy go-to idea.

Search your book and DVD shelves for titles that start with the letter of the week.

Foods, animals, places, and characters are my other go-to categories for ideas.

Show and Tell Ideas that Start with C

Fun colorful images of things that start with the letter C, giving parents show and tell ideas.
  1. cat
  2. cardinal bird
  3. comb
  4. coat
  5. cookie
  6. candy
  7. cup
  8. chicken
  9. carrot
  10. cheese
  11. car
  12. camera
  13. castle
  14. caterpillar (The Very Hungry Caterpillar would be great!)
  15. cobra
  16. cheetah
  17. cow
  18. crab
  19. chameleon
  20. chimpanzee
  21. coin
  22. coral
  23. crane
  24. crocodile
  25. corn
  26. cake
  27. cupcake
  28. cherries
  29. cantaloupe
  30. clementine
  31. cucumber
  32. cereal
  33. coffee
  34. camel
  35. conch shell
  36. cricket
  37. coyote
  38. Canada, China, Cuba, Czech Republic, and so on.
  39. clown
  40. cup
  41. circle
  42. cymbal
  43. can
  44. circus
  45. celery
  46. city (something with the name of your city on it)
  47. Cinderella
  48. Casper the Friendly Ghost
  49. Christopher Robbin from Winnie the Pooh
  50. Clifford the Big Red Dog
  51. Clarabelle Cow
  52. Caillou
  53. Charlie Brown

I’d love your feedback on these Show and Tell Ideas that Start with C!

Let me know what you think of these show and tell ideas that start with C! And if I forgot anything, please let me know and I’ll add it to the list! I really hope this is helpful to you! Comment below.

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Other resources from Hey Kelly Marie

Check out my other resources for preschoolers!

I have created several free printable workbooks, including Preschool Math and Preschool Patterns.

Preschool math workbook image, an additional resource for kids.

Additionally, the Easy Rainbow Craft for Young Kids is easy, fun, and is a great way to practice cutting and gluing. Free printable available!

Disclaimer: The information published in this blog is for information and entertainment purposes only. I am not an expert (in child education or anything else) and you should look elsewhere for advice. There is no guarantee of gaining any specific skill from using my resources. I am not liable for any damages resulting from using the information on this blog. All activities for children require adult supervision. For further information, see the Disclaimer page.

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