7 Activities to Play & Learn Letters

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This week I fell in love with some of the reading and writing posts for preschool which focused on the letters of the alphabet.  Here are 7 great activities to play and learn letters!

7 Activities to Play & Learn Letters

7 Activities to Play & Learn Letters!
photos in the collage correspond to the links in the post from top to bottom, left to right

1.  At Home Writing Center for Preschoolers by Stay at Home Educator

2.  Alphabet Party by Learn with Play at Home

3.  5 Simple Name Activities for Preschoolers by Fantastic Fun & Learning

4.  Conversation Hearts Matching Game by Mess for Less

5.  ABC Rock Fun by Parent Teach Play

6.  Kid Made Alphabet Books by Reading Confetti

7.  Teaching Children About Letters by Fun-A-Day!

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Genny Upton

A former teacher turned stay at home mom to two preschool aged children. Creator (and writer) at In Lieu of Preschool and Parent Teach Play. Currently publishing my first children's picture book!

  • Lorie K says:

    Thanks for featuring our alphabet books. What great ideas!

  • That’s a lot of great ways to learn and play with letters! Thanks so much for including our name activities.

  • I sent you an e-mail on 12/29/12 regarding the Kid’s Guide to ATL series that you did. On one of the posts, you said that you would share your experience at the GA Aquarium; however, I can’t find the link.

  • Thanks for featuring my post about teaching letters! I’m looking forward to checking out all the great link ups. 🙂

  • Thanks for featuring my writing center!

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