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Playful Ways to Learn the Alphabet

This week on Share It Saturday, we are highlighting Playful Ways to Learn the Alphabet.  We love to create unique learning experiences for our kids.  Not only is it a great way to encourage participation and develop multiple skills, it's just fun!  Learning letters (and the whole alphabet) in a playful way ensures retention of letter formation, the order of the ABC's, and encourages children to actively ENJOY learning letters and pre-reading skills!  Learning the alphabet in a playful way can be fun with a little creativity.  Check out the links below for awesome ways to Play and learn the alphabet!
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Playful Ways to Learn the Alphabet by Sugar Aunts

Playful Ways to Learn the Alphabet


DIY Montessori Moveable Alphabet from Moms Have Questions Too
Early Learning Magnet Puzzle from And Next Comes L on B-Inspired Mama

Squish and Seek Sight Words from Playdough to Plato

Musical Letters from Reading Confetti

Golf Tee Letter Hammering from Sugar Aunts
Letter Ice Muffins from Sugar Aunts

Alphabet Chicka Chicka Book Boom Tree from Adventures At Home With Mum
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