How do you teach kids ABC in a fun way?

How do you teach kids ABC in a fun way?

We’ve gathered over 25 super fun alphabet activities so kids can play and learn every day.

  1. Write letters on dried beans.
  2. Letter sort with sticky notes.
  3. Write letters in shaving cream.
  4. Bend letters with pipe cleaners.
  5. Make sensory ABC bags.
  6. Find invisible letters with watercolors.
  7. Play musical alphabet.
  8. Sponge the alphabet.

How do you play the ABC game?

Rules. Two Players perform a scene in which each line begins with the next sequential letter of the alphabet. After reaching the end, the Players then continue the scene, now going backwards through the alphabet. Offer the team ten points if they can get through the game without any mistakes.

What age to kids start learning their ABC’s?

Kids learn the ABCs on a broad spectrum from age 2 to 6 years old (kindergarten aged). Think of how big that range is! This isn’t a small developmental window like “rolling over” or “sitting up”, which most kids meet in a matter of weeks or months from one to the next – this is a giant canyon of time.

How to make learning ABCs fun?

1.) Alphabet Hunt. I shared all about the Alphabet Hunt in another post,but it’s definitely worth checking out because the Alphabet Hunt is an all-time fave for kids.

  • 2.) Water Paint the ABCs. Children love painting,don’t they?
  • 3.) ABC Hide&Seek. All you need for this game is a set of alphabet cards and your imagination.
  • 5.) ABC Beanbag I-Spy.
  • How to teach kids the ABCs?

    Before anything,you want to start with your child’s name.

  • Introduce other family members’ names: Mom,Dad,siblings’ and pets’ names.
  • Start with uppercase letters,and once most of those are mastered,introduce the lowercase letters.
  • After children can recognize the letters of names with some consistency,then start playing with the entire alphabet.
  • How to teach a toddler to read ABC?

    – Using toys. Counting puzzles, alphabetical wooden blocks, alphabetical fridge magnets, alphabetical foam mats,… are things that can add the fun element to your kids’ learning experience. – Using floats shaped in letters. – Matching cards. – Bingo game. – Random mentions of the Alphabet.