ABC Activities for Early Learners
I love those early learning years! Finding unique ways to explore letters and numbers can be so fun. It’s a time when you can allow your little learner to lead the way as they are beginning to explore more and more of the world around them. Throughout those early years for my kids, I’ve enjoyed incorporating ABC Activities, as well number activities, that keep them engaged and enthusiastic about learning, and hands-on options have worked best for us!
Several years ago, I came across this Highlight-a-Letter packet – Don’t worry, it doesn’t cost anything! I printed it and began using it right away with the preschool-age kiddos I had the time!
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I liked that we could use writing tools – if we wanted – but we could also use other objects as we explored and “marked” the letters on each page. These little objects have always served as a great way to incorporate colors into the mix.
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Over the years, we have continued to use this tool in our home, and it has paired perfectly with some of our other alphabet favorites.
- Wooden Two-Piece Alphabet Puzzles
- Alphabet Puzzle Pairs
- Bob Books: Alphabet Set
- Alphabet Hot Dots
- Alphabet Magnet Boards
- Sandpaper Alphabet Letters
Like to keep your little learners moving? You’ll love looking closer at these activities:
Interested in what we do around here during the preschool years? My Five Senses Letter-a-Week Activity Guide will provide you with all of our favorite activities, and the neat thing about these learning experiences is they go far beyond just alphabet learning. We’ve even had others tell us they are using this as their core curriculum – in homeschool settings as well as in classroom environments. We think you’re going to have so much fun learning through the five senses – our kids have!