If your preschooler delights in all things silly and fun, he will enjoy this game. As you play together, you will be helping your child pay attention to the ending sounds in words, and helping him discover what it means when we say that two words rhyme.
This activity lets your child have some fine motor fun while reinforcing letter knowledge. Your child will match uppercase to lowercase letters using clothespins and cardboard.
Some children need many repetitions before they really know letter names and sounds without hesitation. Making activities fun and novel will help children learn without feeling like they are being drilled. In this entertaining activity, your child will use ping-pong balls to reinforce letter knowledge.
Add some musical fun to your child’s quest for letter knowledge. Your child will love marching around the alphabet letters to music.
Have you ever wondered what animals think? When Farmer Brown’s cows get a typewriter, he finds out what they are thinking, and he is not happy about it. Will the typewritten letters help the cows, hens and ducks get what they want?
Providing many opportunities for your child to write with a variety of items is the key to promoting the foundation for the love of writing. Just as you read daily with your children, set aside time and dedicated space for your child’s drawing and writing.