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Show and Tell Letter T [79 Ideas!]

Today I’m continuing my show and tell series with show and tell letter T ideas. This one is pretty easy to come up with a bunch of ideas for but just in case you’re stuck I’ve got a whole list of 79 for you.

show and tell letter t

General Show and Tell Tips:

  • Look through your kid’s stuffed animals and action figures.  Sometimes you can find a character whose name starts with the letter that you need.
  • Look through your child’s books.  You might find a book with a title that begins with the letter that you need
  • When all else fails have your kiddo take in an alphabet block with the letter on it or a an alphabet letter magnet.
  • My son once took in a picture that he colored from a coloring book.  The picture was of something that started with the letter of the week and he loved showing off his artwork during share time.

And this won’t help you think of anything but this last tip will help keep you out of a bind- 

My #1 Show and Tell Tip

Set a reminder on your phone for the night before show and tell. 

alarm

That way you won’t forget and scramble to find something in your car while you wait in the drop off line for school.  Yes, yes that did happen to me.  Don’t be me.  You’re better than that!

Show and Tell Letter T Ideas

  1. train
  2. train tracks
  3. truck
  4. turtle
  5. tiger
  6. turkey (maybe a stuffed turkey or some Thanksgiving decor item)
  7. toothbrush
  8. tomato (like from your kiddo’s play foot set… not sure about sending a real one :))
  9. teddy bear
  10. triceratops
  11. tiara
  12. tea cup
  13. tools (like a little kids’ tool set)
  14. tug boat
  15. timer
  16. telephone (toy phone)
  17. T-Rex
  18. twig
  19. toucan
  20. treasure
  21. tarantula
  22. telescope
  23. triangle
  24. toad
  25. teacup
  26. Tic Tac Toe
  27. Thomas the Train
  28. Timon (from The Lion King/Lion Guard)
  29. Tinker Bell
  30. Trixie (from Toy Story)
  31. Princess Tiana (from The Princess and the Frog)
  32. Tigger (from Winnie the Pooh)
  33. Toy Story DVD
  34. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turltles
  35. Tuck (from Wonder Pets)
  36. turtleneck
  37. trumpet (maybe you have a toy trumpet?)
  38. trombone
  39. tape measure (from a toy tool set)
  40. tacos
  41. ticket
  42. tiger
  43. tulip
  44. terrier
  45. taxi
  46. tambourine
  47. tangerine
  48. thermometer
  49. taffy
  50. tutu
  51. tree
  52. tofu
  53. toy (any toy!)
  54. Tickle-Me-Elmo (not sure if they still make these but maybe you’ve got one in the attic)
  55. tennis ball
  56. trophy
  57. tie-dye shirt
  58. tie (bow tie or knecktie)
  59. tunafish (we have a can in our play food set)
  60. towel
  61. table (from a dollhouse)
  62. TIE fighter (from Star Wars)
  63. Tinker Toys (old, I know, but we have some)
  64. tricycle
  65. tape (maybe you have some fun washi tape or a cool roll of duct tape?)
  66. tadpole
  67. tree frog
  68. Texas (map, post card, etc.)
  69. tortoise
  70. tractor
  71. tire
  72. toaster (from a play kitchen)
  73. teeth (like fake vampire teeth from Halloween)
  74. tow truck
  75. Thumper (from Bambi)
  76. traffic light (we have one in our train set)
  77. tamales
  78. Tennessee (map, postcard, etc.)
  79. Texas (map, postcard, etc.)

If you’re looking for show and tell ideas for other letters then check out my post that includes them all.

More Fun with Letter T

Letter T Tracing Worksheets

letter t tracing worksheets
toys that start with t

Shannon Molenburg

Monday 21st of May 2018

Haha I would totally send a real tomato with my child (if it was an unusually big or plump one). If we grew them ourselves, even better!!! Great way to promote eating those veggies too! Awesome ideas as always Cat!!

Cat

Monday 21st of May 2018

I think it would be awesome to have them bring in a tomato from the garden but I'd worry a little about my boys squashing it in their bookbags :)

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