25 Alphabet Activities For Kids

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We love the alphabet and we love creating and playing with letters. These 25 activities teach all different aspects of the alphabet including letter recognition, letter sounds, letter shapes and just plain fun! These activities are dynamic and are meant not just to teach the alphabet but to make learning letters a memorable and engaging experience.

Letter Fishing
Alphabet Sensory Bin
Alphabet Garden Magnets
Letter Pizza
Alphabet Playdough Play

Window Letters
Magic Letters
Alphabet Pumpkin Patch
Car Alphabet
Recycled Alphabet

Letter Dominoes
Glue Tracing Alphabet
Letter Rainbowing
Monogrammed Napkin Rings
Letter Hunt

Alphabet Peg Dolls
Texture Letters
Sensory Alphabet Activities
Playdough Letters
Alphabet  Bead Match Game

Learning Letters On The Go
Alphabet Cookies
Alphabet Wall Mural
Alphabet Book
Jar Lid Alphabet Match Game


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  2. Celeste says

    Where do you start w/ teaching the alphabet? how many letters do you focus on in a week? Do you start w/ the letters in their name?

    How old do you feel is appropriate to start?

    • admin says

      I personally like to start with alphabet books but then move into easy simple activities – we have a series called Alphabet For Starters that is a perfect place to start. http://www.notimeforflashcards.com/category/alphabet-for-starters I would start pointing out the words in their names and I wouldn’t single out letters very much. Even when I did Letter of The Week we’d do one main craft that week of one letter but still have a whole alphabet approach. Letters work together so being taught together simply makes sense.

      I don’t think there is an appropriate age to start, instead I think that watching the child and seeing if they start showing interest in letters and then jumping on board. The tricky thing is you need to expose them ( not force- just expose) to letters from an early age so they have the chance to get interested. I hope that helps!


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