Animal alphabet cards
Our three year old is very much into his alphabet and learning his letters at the moment. So I thought it would be fun and hopefully useful to create a little set of my animal alphabet letters to use in whatever way you like!
Simply print out the pages of letters and cut them out. There are a set of big letters and little ones and you really can use them in any way your little ones will engage.
Here's some ideas to get you started...
• Shuffle them up and get them to put them in alphabetical order - a bit like a jigsaw
• Pairs game - Turn them all face down (or just choose a smaller amount, say 10 letters) turn two cards up at a time, searching for a matching pair of big and little letter. This is a good one for memory too!
• Spell short words such as hat, box, dog etc
• Do a letter treasure hunt around the house
• Count of how many words you can think of starting with each letter
• Copy the letters using a crayon and paper
I am sure there's tons of others you could think of and we would love to know!
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