Here’s a super fun collection of alphabet activities for toddler and preschoolers that focus on learning through play.
25 alphabet activities for toddlers and preschoolers
All learning for toddlers and preschoolers should be based around play. They are curious about the world and keen to learn new things and we can support this enthusiasm by providing lots of opportunities for them to use their bodies and senses to explore and discover.
All this is also true when we’re introducing the alphabet. While I would never push young children to learn academics before they’re ready, having a fun environment that includes letters, and numbers, gives the opportunity to meet letters slowly and gentle as part of their play.
They can see, feel and have fun with the letters, so that when the time comes later to learn in a more structured way, they’re friends with letters already.
Here’s a great collection of alphabet activities for toddlers and preschoolers, that include letters in sensory, imaginative and active play, and give them their first introduction in a fun way.
Fun alphabet activities
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