Are you doing letter of the week at home with your 3-year-old? Follow along with us!
It’s easy to find alphabet activities.
If you search Pinterest, you’ll easily find a huge variety of alphabet activities to do with preschoolers. From printable packs to sensory bins, there is no shortage of ideas!
But how do you know what to try?
If the activity frustrates your child, how should you handle it?
Should 3-year-olds do handwriting pages? Lots of crafts? Worksheets?
Follow along with us!
I did Letter of the Week with my 3-year-old and shared our activities each week. By taking a peek at each week, you’ll get a good feel for what Letter of the Week looks like with a 3-year-old.
Plus, you’ll find lots of hands-on activities (including free printables!) along the way.
Just click on the image to take you to each letter.
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- Answers to common questions about teaching the alphabet
- What Letter of the Week should look like
- The best activities for learning letters and their sounds
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Looking for more alphabet resources?
- Simple alphabet books for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers
- Large printable block letters from A-Z
- Free beginning sound coloring pages
- Giant letter of the week book list
You might like this series as well!
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