Alphabet Letters Kids Activity
I love a good alphabet activity!
What if you could set up an alphabet letters activity right this minute!
You have all of the materials.
It’s as simple as 1-2-3.
I’m here to tell you, if you’ve alphabet blocks, letter magnets, foam letters, printer paper… you can do this too!
Note: Are you looking for fun letter/alphabet activities and printables? Check out our printables page here!
There are many alphabet activities you can try out that are made specific to the season or holiday we are in right now.
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Alphabet Blocks, letter magnets, foam letters
Craft foam board or poster board (optional)
That is it my friends!
Toddler alphabet activities
So, how simple is this alphabet activity setup?
Here is how I made our alphabet matching game come to life…
I used a sharpie marker to write out letters.
Then, match your alphabet blocks to the letter.
It’s that easy! 🙂
Note: Keep in mind, you don’t have to write out each letter.
You can work on what your LO is practicing at the given time.
If they are familiar with the letters A,B,C, and Y, Z.. write out those letters and work on those only.
Also, if you do not have alphabet blocks you can use foam letters or letter magnets.
If you don’t have any letters, then you can use a printer paper to write letters onto.
Then, cut them into squares and use the DIY alphabet letters for matching!
The possibilities are endless for early learning 🙂
Toddler alphabet learning activities
Another fun way to learn the alphabet is to sing as you match them.
Practice singing a song while adding the letter blocks and visually seeing each of the letters structure.
Singing increases the learning experience and allows for children to remember by singing the alphabet song.
If your letter blocks have colors on them, practice shouting out the colors too!
These are great ways to increase your toddlers learning experience.
Preschool Alphabet Learning
The stages between toddler and preschool are not far from each other.
Pretty soon your toddler will be a preschooler and here’s a good tip on how to go about this fun activity for preschoolers! 🙂
Preschoolers can practice in the same way by matching all of the blocks instead of just a few only, but they can also practice letter sounds and letters names.
I would suggest learning the letters sounds and lowercase letters first.
This is because it is the foundation of pre-reading skills.
When you read a book, most of the letters are in lowercase and you sound out the words by the letter sounds and not the letter names.
Note: If you are interested in how I taught my kindergartener how to read, check out our Kindergarten Busy Book 🙂
What other fun ways can you think of going about and using this fun alphabet activity?
Leave me a comment below letting me know!
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