As parents, we teach out kids so many foundational skills.
We teach them to sleep, to walk, to eat, and to talk.
We teach them how to dress, to tie shoes, to maintain healthy habits, and to stay organized.
However, sometimes parents feel like teaching the ‘school’ things–like letters and numbers–is not their job.
But it is, friends. It really is.
And the more parents who jump on board with teaching the basics like the letters of the alphabet and numbers, the smarter our children will be.
Here’s one fun way that parents can make learning the ABCs fun.
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Want a few more early literacy or alphabet activities? Check out:
- backyard alphabet hunt
- homemade alphabet book
- leafy letter learning
- ABC hunt
- on the road ABC hunt
- lowercase ABC hunt
- build your own bingo: uppercase and lowercase match
- ABC cards and clothespin match
- alphabet letter splash
- alphabingo (play with lowercase letters)
- alphabet letter lids
- leafy outdoor alphabet hunt
- build your own board game
- clothespin letter match
- 10 fun ways to learn the alphabet
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