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... kids practicing their ABCs. Create an edible alphabet out of marshmallows and toothpicks to reinforce letter recognition. Teach your child individual letters, or show...
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Using homemade felt alphabet letters and 26 colorful pictures, your preschooler will have a great time as she practices recognizing letters and their sounds.
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... letters in his name? Perhaps there are several groups of letter that he is having trouble telling apart. Or, he might need to learn to recognize the...
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Help your child understand that letters, put in a certain order, make words. In this fun activity she'll get to make her own puzzle, and practice letters, too!
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Improve your preschooler's knowledge of the alphabet by playing games with your own homemade wooden letters!
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In this activity, you and your child can play several different games with taped down letters to help reinforce letter recognition while playing.
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Children who know the names and sounds of letters when they enter school, learn to read sooner. This activity uses a clothesline to work on alphabet sounds.
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This alphabet bottle is fun to make and a great activity to keep your preschool child busy, while helping her recognize letters in a creative way.
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Draw letter people with your child to help her take a closer look at the letters, and see the differences between them.
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Let your child play with scissors! Put her to work, creating a book that will keep her busy, and help her practice her letters, too.
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... font size, then type letters randomly, using some uppercase and some lowercase letters. To keep frustration levels low, use your focus letter frequently, at least at...
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... You Need: Shallow plastic container White Styrofoam packing chips (or "peanuts") Magnet Magnetic letters White index cards Cookie sheet...
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...Play the fridge magnet name game with your preschooler to help prepare her for kindergarten reading and writing. Knowing the letters in your name, and the order...
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... practice recognizing letters, numbers and shapes. Your kids will have a blast shouting “Bingo” when they have completed a row on their cards. Use the colorful bingo...
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.... Once your child is feeling comfortable making large letters, she can do it on the sheet of white paper, filling the entire sheet of paper with the letters of his name...
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... budding literacy skills by making alphabet pancakes! Miniature pancakes cooked in the shape of letters and numbers will engage your child in the process of cooking...
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... temperature. Roll out the dough. Cut 3- or 4-inch strips and have your child roll them with his hands to make ropes. Shape the ropes into the letters of your child’s...
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... consider using a nickname. Write your child's name in big bubble letters on the cardboard, leaving a little space between each letter. Ask your child to fill in...
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..., taped at the ends) Hole puncher Pencil Lined paper What You Do: Make the letters. Take out the first foam sheets and ask your child to use the...
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..., write one letter of the alphabet on each index card. Include your child in this process. Younger children can name the letters. Older preschoolers can share in the...

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