Learning letters

Discover fun and engaging activities to help your child learn letters. From interactive games to hands-on crafts, explore the best ideas to make learning letters exciting and educational.
Phonics Activities, Montessori, Reading, Pre K, Preschool Phonics Games, Preschool Phonics Activities, Preschool Phonics, Fun Phonics Activities, Teaching Preschoolers Letters

I think it’s safe to say that the warmer weather is FINALLY here to stay (fingers crossed), and we couldn’t be happier about it! This means water play ideas for preschoolers will be the name of the game. We need all the outdoor time we can get after such a long winter. Just before we

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Kristen Baldwin
Free Printable! This is the order for teaching the alphabet letters to preschoolers! This teacher explains WHY and exactly how to teach the letters in this order. Awesome alphabet activities for kids #howweelearn #alphabet #alphabetactivities #learningletters #lettersounds #preschoolactivities #preschoolathome Pre K, Teaching Letter Recognition, Phonics For Preschool, Teaching Phonics, Phonics Alphabet Song, Alphabet Recognition Activities, Letter Recognition Activities, Teaching Letters, Letter Recognition Preschool

Free Printable! This is the order for teaching the alphabet letters to preschoolers! This teacher explains WHY and exactly how to teach the letters in this order. Awesome alphabet activities for kids #howweelearn #alphabet #alphabetactivities #learningletters #lettersounds #preschoolactivities #preschoolathome

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Kim Martin
Educational Crafts, Pre K, Toddler Learning Activities, Montessori, Play, Preschool Learning Activities, Kids Learning Activities, Preschool Learning, Preschool Literacy Activities

Playful Learning • Crafts • Sensory Fun Let's Go! Recent Activities Painting with a Spray Bottle – Vibrant Process Art for Kids Painting with a spray bottle is such a fun and vibrant way to create process art while strengthening important fine motor skills! read more DIY Car Toy – Genius Craft Made with […]

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Sarah B
Play, Montessori, Montessori Toddler, Pre K, Kids Learning, Kids Learning Activities, Educational Toys, Learning Games, Learning For Toddlers

This post shares a variety of different developmentally appropriate activities to do at home with 12-18 month old toddlers. Many of the activities require minimal prep and use common household materials. Activities in this post build fine motor skills, vocabulary, and hand-eye coordination.

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Laura James