Try these letter Q activities for toddlers!
Are you teaching the alphabet to your 2-year-old? How’s it going?
When we started learning the alphabet shortly after my daughter’s second birthday, it was slow going.
In fact, we spent several weeks on each letter because it wasn’t sinking in.
And we often took a week or two off. Because – you know, life.
No problem – we were having fun! And I wasn’t in any rush.
But now that she’s almost three, she is learning very quickly. So we often do two letters a week. In fact, we did all of these letter Q activities in just two days.
I cut up some construction paper and gave the pieces to my daughter to glue on a block letter Q. Q is for quilt!
She also enjoys these puzzles. This day, though, she only wanted to put together three of them. Then she quit. I was surprised, but no biggie. (The next day she came down with the stomach flu… turns out that this was my first clue that she was getting sick!)
She does these letter find pages all on her own.
We’ve printed my photo cards for each letter, but this was the first time that we played a traditional matching game. She kept all the pictures face down and turned over only two at a time until she found a match. (Get these cards in the free download at the end of this post.)
If your child is a younger two-year-old, just have fun making matches with all the cards face up.
Time to review the alphabet! I wrote letters on a piece of paper, and she dotted them as I named them.
Finally – I don’t want to forget our little letter books! Print the letter Q book and enjoy some songs and rhymes together.
Thank you for reading about our letter Q activities! We hope you found some things to try.
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