Mommy & Me: Alphabet Match-up

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Welcome to Mommy & Me Monday! Today is the first link-up and I’m so excited to see everyone’s ideas! Mommy & Me is to showcase all of the fantastic things you are doing to help your little one prepare for school. Almost anything goes!

Here is our activity:

Alphabet Match-up

I used some ABC flashcards and foam bathtub letters (both found at the Dollar Tree). If you don’t have any flashcards, you could always make your own with index cards. The goal was for Jonah to match the letters. During the activity, I made sure to say the names of the letters. Jonah got in the habit of saying “A is for apple, B is for Barn, etc…” I used this as a teaching moment for letter sounds.

This was an easy activity to pull together and Jonah loved it. I stored the pieces in a gallon ziploc bag and placed it in our learning activities cabinet so it is ready to play over and over.
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Comments

  1. Sara, thanks for hosting! It's so helpful to glean creative ideas from other moms! I love your idea of matching the foam letters to flash cards.

  2. I love this alphabet matching idea.

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