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Teaching Toddlers the Alphabet


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If your child is beginning to show interest in letters and texts, then it may be time to start formally introducing the alphabet! Can you guess what letters are most frequently found in emerging texts? S, a, t, i, p and n. By teaching these letters first, children can start forming words right away! Another set of letters that should be taught first to children are the letters in their name! They are most meaningful and important to them.


A great way to approach teaching the alphabet is to incorporate sensory play! Setting up themed sensory activities that go with each letter is a great way to engage children with hands-on learning.


Check out these sensory play letter activities below for helping children learn their letters. The following four sensory activities are also perfect for fall learning! Follow along with me on instagram @abalancedchildhood while I teach my 3 year old the alphabet.


S is For Sunflower


Sensory play: S is for Sunflower, learning the alphabet

S is For Space


Sensory play: S is for Space, learning the alphabet

A is for Apple


Sensory play: A is for Apple, learning the alphabet

Sensory play: A is for Apple, learning the alphabet

A is for Acorn


Sensory play: A is for Acorn, learning the alphabet


Sensory play: A is for Acorn, learning the alphabet

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