It is so exciting when your child recognizes letters and numbers. Children are sponges and soak so much information and their memories are unbelievable, which can sometimes bite you on the backside.
When I noticed that Tyler was taking a real interest in letters, I began to think about some five minute learning games that would encourage this curiosity and recognition of letters. It was important that I waited until Tyler was clearly interested and ready, otherwise it would mean nothing and he would only get frustrated.
One simple alphabet activity that stems back to when I was teaching 'Early Years', is quick, fun and easy.
All we need is three paper plates, three catching bean bags and a thick texta.
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