Ping Pong Early Years Math and Alphabet Activities DIY
This simple and easy activity was so easy to put together.
I love bringing forth fun and easy DIY activities for my littles!
This particular one was very simple to put together and only required 2 items (well, 3 items including a sharpie or dry erase marker.)
I’ll be sharing below how easy this activity is to put together and how you can go about using it for a fun pong ball game of learning about letters!
Related: Looking for more easy alphabet activities? Check out this post right here!
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DIY Ping Pong Alphabet and Match Activity Video Below
What can you do with ping pong balls?
Ping pongs are really amazing tools for teaching about colors, the alphabet, counting, patterns, skip counting, shapes and so much more..
Ping pong games can involve learning like learning sight words and CVC words.
You can even practice alphabet sound games by connecting the letters and discussing their letter sounds rather than the actual letter name.
Abcs learning doesn’t have to be boring at all.
It can be fun with this easy ABCD activity using ping pong balls for learning through play!
How I put this simple DIY Ping Pong Activity together:
Write letters, numbers, shapes… onto ping pong balls.
Then, attach velcro dots on each end making sure they stick together correctly.
Play and learn by placing the ABC’s together in the correct order, numbers in the correct order, numbers for skip counting… and so much more!
Alphabet matching with ping pong balls
Another fun idea that comes to mind is to actually write out letters within a muffin tin can (dont worry, you can use a dry erase marker to easily erase it later) or use muffin cupcake liners for writing numbers onto.
Then, match the numbered ping pong balls within the muffin tin for a fun number matching activity.
Some other fun ping pong games are:
Alphabet literacy game
DIY alphabet games (sight words, letter sounds)
Phonics Ping Pong Balls
Fun alphabet games for kindergarten (sight words, consonant and vowels)
These are just some ideas of fun and easy ping pong ball games you can try with ping pong balls.
What are some other fun and easy games alphabet and counting activities you can think of incorporating with this easy activity for kids?
Ping Pong Ball games for 4 5 year olds
Ping pong balls are meant for 3 and up and supervision is advised.
We used these ping pong balls to learn about:
And, these are just some of the basic skills of early learning you can try out for a fun lesson plan for preschool. 🙂
What other fun alphabet theme preschool activities and games can you think of incorporating as a fun set of activities in a preschool?
What are some fun lesson plan for preschoolers ideas that maybe you have tried so we can maybe try them out too? 🙂