Adventist Adventurer Awards/ABC's

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Listen to a book on alphabet


Sing a song about the alphabet. edit

Play a game about the alphabet. edit

Scrabble Matching Game Print some simple photos that begin with different letters of the alphabet. Using a set of scrabble tiles, ask your child to match the tile of the first letter to each image. For a more advanced version, ask them to spell out the name of the image using the scrabble tiles.

Alphabet Soup Playing Alphabet Soup is a really fun way to expose your little one to letters. There are tons of great variations on this game, but for the original version you'll just need toy alphabet letters and a large kitchen pot. Simply dump the letters into the pot and let your child play around, stirring the “soup” with a spatula or practice scooping up the letters with measuring cups, asking them to name each letter. You can also try this in the bath with waterproof letters and some small bowls. With so many variations, it's easy to switch up this alphabet game to keep it fresh for your kiddos.

Make an alphabet craft. edit

Tell all the letter of the Alphabet in order

String Letters Craft and Game Ideas

Materials Needed:

  • Yarn
  • Scissors
  • Wax paper
  • Glue
  • Container
  • Sturdy rope
  • 26 clothespins

Directions to Make:

Cut yarn into pieces of various lengths.

Lay out wax paper on a smooth surface for letters to dry on.

Have children dip yarn pieces into glue container:

Then shape wet yarn into letter formations on the wax paper.

Repeat until the letter has been filled with string:

Allow yarn to dry before playing the game.

String a long and sturdy rope up in the room and attach clothespins onto it.

Game Ideas Using String Letters edit

  1. Players work together to place letters in alphabetic order by attaching them to the rope with the clothespins.
  1. As they place the letters, encourage them to name the letters they are attaching to the rope.

String Letter Game Variations edit

Use letters to create a child’s name on the rope.

Use letters to create sight words.

Create a timed challenge to see how fast they can put letters up in alphabetical order.