In preschool, the alphabet is so important. It is the first step to literacy. There are so many ways to learn the alphabet, but here are 10 unique activities from last week’s Mom’s Library that help promote literacy and develop a love for reading.
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This free printable combines art and literacy! A 2 for 1, my favorite!
A search and find game that goes along with a book!
It’s called vowel farm, but you could have your children pick out any letters that they are learning.
A simple game to practice blending letter sounds.
If you’re not on Pinterest yet, here’s one idea that you can take advantage of for free!
Really cute idea that helps with concentration too!
I’ve seen these, but haven’t tried them yet!
Are you doing crafts and books for each letter of the alphabet? Here’s a cute one for the letter E.
These look so fun! Go check out how to use these free alphabet printables.
Match these activities up with our Phonics Reading eBook Set!
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