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Monday, August 29, 2016

Time To Play With The ABC's

I have shared many times that I love to teach my children through play. The ABC's is no different. Maybe you have taken the time to sing the ABC song with your child. In this post you may get a few more ideas.

Enjoy a bowl of alphabet soup and take a turn sharing each letter before eating every bite. After all it will provide a great conversation while eating. 

I recently saw a set of print blocks with the alphabet on it at the local dollar store. You may want to see if you can purchase some. One way of learning is to have it in their environment. Allow them to play with the stamps while they learn the letters.

Art is a great way to learn the alphabet through apple prints, aluminum foil, alphabet pasta, or foam shapes

B - beans, beads, bubble wrap, buttons, 
C - cotton balls, corn kernels, cinnamon (ground), coffee (ground), car stickers, construction paper (torn)
D - dirt, dots (stickers or do-a-dot markers), daisy petals, foam dinosaur shapes
E - egg shells, foam egg shapes, envelope strips, eyes (wiggly), earth stickers
F - feathers, foam, puffy finger paint, flower petals, fruit loops, flower stickers or stamps
G - glitter, grass, glue (dried out glue is raised), gems, ginger (ground)
H - hay, hair heart stickers or stamps
I - ice cube prints, ivy, ice cream stickers
J - jelly beans, jewels
K - kool-aid, kleenex, old or plastic keys, kite stickers
L - leaves, lasagna noodles, lace
M - macaroni, m&m's, mini marshmallows, play money
N - noodles, netting fabric, number stickers/stamps, nickles (play money, stickers or stamps)
O - oatmeal, owl feathers (brown feathers will do) cheerios (o shape)
P - pasta, pom-pom balls, play-doh, popcorn, pipe cleaners, penguin stickers, paper (torn), pumpkin seeds, pennies (play money, stickers or stamps),  packing peanuts
Q - q-tips, quarters stamped in paint, quilted fabric
R - rainbow colored rice, ribbon
S - seeds, sand, sequins, sprinkles, stickers, stamps, shapes, snowballs (cotton), spaghetti (cooked), string, shells, sponge paint
T -  twigs, tissue paper
U - uniform (fabric pieces in a plaid design), umbrella stickers, unicorn stickers
V - vegetable prints, velcro, velvet, vehicle stickers
W - wagon wheel pasta, wooden sticks, watermelon seeds
X - x's from alphabet pasta, bones stamped in white paint (x-ray) dirt or tape (for x marks the spot)
Y - yellow yarn
Z - zeros (cheerios), zippers (fabric), zig zags (cut from paper)

original idea found here

whats for dinner

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for taking the time to share on the What's for dinner link up. Sadly, it's only for posts with food recipes so we had to delete it. I hope you'll stop by again and share some of your recipes!


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