Felt Alphabet Letters
Ask any child if she knows the alphabet and she'll likely start singing the well-known tune for you. But knowing the song and being able to identify letters are two different things. Learning to recognize letters and the sounds each letter makes is an important skill your child will learn in preschool so that when she reaches kindergarten, she can start stringing sounds and letters together to make words and sentences.
Treat your child to this fun activity with colorful letters and pictures to match up. Help her learn to recognize sounds and letters! She'll have fun sticking felt pieces on a flannel board as she sounds out words and masters the alphabet; kindergarten will be a breeze!
What You Need:
- Fabric scraps
- Red felt
- Sewing machine or fabric glue
- 26 pictures
- Oak tag poster board
- Rubber cement
- Flannel board (can be found online or in craft stores)