Creative Ways To Teach Writing Letters
Download Here is a worksheet without arrow cues that you can download for your use.Download You can get dozens of free worksheets, with and without arrow cues, that you can print out, by doing a search in Google Images for Handwriting Worksheets. Next the child uses a sponge and then their finger to go over the letter to make a nice wet version of the letter.We loved reading all of them because they were different from each other.I found that around 18 months both my kids really started enjoyed reading alphabet books. Sandpaper Letters Using sandpaper letters is a great way to introduce letters to children.
I’m always advocating for hands-on learning, but sometimes it’s nice to do a few paper activities.
Start singing to them as a baby and as they get older, have them start singing along (which they probably will do naturally! My kids LOVE this CD by Discovery Toys that has a song about alphabet letters and the sounds they make.
It really helped my kiddos learn their letters as well as the sounds. Read Alphabet Books Read all sorts of alphabet books to your children, even starting as babies.
The repetition will really help your child learn the alphabet at a young age.
When my oldest was born, I was surprised at how many alphabet books we had been given as gifts.