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100+ Objects That Start With L

Today I’m sharing a list of objects that start with L. I find that these types of lists are handy and can be used for many things such as reading, writing, vocabulary activities, preschool alphabet games, lesson planning, and more.

So whether you are looking for words that you can use for alliteration or are simply wanting to plan some alphabet games for your kindergartener, I hope this list of more than 100 items that start with L will inspire you.

From lemonade and lollipops to lizards and lions there are lots of lovely L items to choose from. So let’s jump in! Here are 100+ objects that start with L:

The Ultimate List of Objects that Start with L

Foods that start with L:

  • Lard
  • Lamb
  • Lasagna
  • Layer cake
  • Lemon
  • Lemongrass
  • Lemon juice
  • Lemon Meringue Pie
  • Lemonade
  • Lentils
  • Leek
  • Lettuce
  • Licorice
  • Lima Beans
  • Lime
  • Lime juice
  • Linguine
  • Liver
  • Loaf
  • Lollipop
  • Lo Mein

Animals:

  • Labrador
  • Ladybug
  • Lamb
  • Leaf bug
  • Leech
  • Lemur
  • Lemming
  • Leopard
  • Liger
  • Lion
  • Lizard
  • Limpet
  • Llama
  • Locust
  • Lobster
  • Loon
  • Lynx

Household Objects that start with L:

  • Label
  • Lace
  • Ladle
  • Laminator
  • Lamp
  • Lantern
  • Laundry
  • Laptop
  • Laser
  • Latch
  • Leash
  • Leather
  • Ledger
  • Legos
  • Lens
  • Letters
  • Level
  • Lever
  • Library book
  • Lid
  • Light bulb
  • Lighter
  • Links
  • Lint
  • Lip balm
  • Lipstick
  • Liquid
  • Litter
  • Lock
  • Lozenge
  • Locket
  • Loveseat
  • Lunch box

Clothes:

  • Lab coat
  • Lapel
  • Lanyard
  • Leggings
  • Leotard
  • Long sleeved shirt

Outdoor items that start with L:

  • Lake
  • Landmark
  • Lane
  • Lawn
  • Laurel
  • Leaves
  • Lilac
  • Lily
  • Little Dipper

Travel:

  • Lifeboat
  • Lifesaver
  • Lighthouse
  • Limousine
  • Load
  • Locomotive
  • Lodge
  • Luggage
  • Lugger

Space:

Music:

Personal/body:

  • Limbs
  • Lips
  • Lobe
  • Lungs

Random objects that start with L:

Objects that Start with L for Kindergarten and Preschool 

As Preschoolers and kindergartners are learning the letters of the alphabet and words that are associated with them, it’s helpful to have a list of common objects you can draw from that corresponds with each of the letters of the alphabet. This list of objects can be used for letter recognition activities, prewriting, and other early alphabet learning.

With that being said, here are a some familiar objects that start with L for kindergarteners as well as preschoolers. (Note: The sentences are given for context.)

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Objects that start with L for Kindergarten and Preschool:

  • Lamp – When the room got dark, she turned on the lamp.
  • Lantern – We used a lantern when we were camping so we could see at night.
  • Ladder – My dad used a ladder to climb up onto the roof and fix the shingles.
  • Leaf – I found a leaf that was red and yellow.
  • Letter – I wrote a letter to my grandma and then mailed it to her.
  • Lettuce – My brother likes lettuce and onions on his burger.
  • Lake – We go fishing everyday in the lake across the street.
  • Leg – After I fell, my leg started to hurt.
  • Lamb – The little lamb stayed close to its mother.
  • Laptop – My dad uses his laptop when he works from home.
  • Lion – We saw a huge lion at the zoo.
  • Lizard – A lizard scampered among the rocks.
  • Lock – My mother asked me to lock the door before I left.
  • Log – There were tons of insects hiding inside of the old log.

More Words that Start with Letter L

For more words that start with L, check out the Full L Words for Kids List. Get more L objects, as well as other nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs. Along with this list, comes a free printable learning pack for letter L which includes letter tracing cards, handwriting pages, word lists and more!

Also, get access to all the  Words for Kids by Alphabet Resources! Each letter comes with a huge word list, as well as, a free printable learning pack!

Things You Can do With the Objects that Start with L List

Before you go, let me give you some creative ways to use this ‘objects that start with L’ list. With that being said, here are a few reading, writing, alphabet, vocabulary activities you can try.

  • Read Picture Books That Feature L Words and Objects – You can really expand your child’s L word vocabulary just by reading books that feature L words and objects. With that being said, there are lots of wonderful picture books about letter L out there for kids to enjoy. (Two of our favorite picture books that highlight letter L are Mama loves by Rebecca Dotlich and The Lorax by Dr. Suess.)
  • Do a Search for Things That Begin with L – This is a fun and engaging alphabet activity to try with your preschoolers or kindergarteners. To begin, place whole bunch of objects in the middle of the floor or in a kiddie pool. Next, have your kids go through the objects and pull out the objects that start with the letter L. Once they think they have found all the L objects, write their findings on a whiteboard pointing out all the L’s.
  • ‘Guess the Object’ Vocabulary Game – To start this game, put a sticky note on your student’s forehead with a L object written on it (eg. lemon, lemur, lamp). The person with the sticky note then proceeds to ask yes or no questions to try and figure out what it is. Once they they get the answer correct, or the timer goes off, switch players.
  • Charades for Objects that begin with L – For your kids who enjoy acting things out, Charades is a great vocabulary-building game to play. To prepare, make a stack of cards with objects that start with L words on them (eg. lime, letter, lion). To play the game, have your students take turns acting out the words on the cards while the other kids try to guess the object is.

What would you add to the ‘objects that start with L’ list?

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