The Letter T
We explored the new interactive appbook about a Little Lost Note that was on a mission to find herself. Through this self discovery she has a chance to try on lots of different musical sounds and your kids get to play the instruments she encounters along her way. Such a whimsical story that leaves children […]
Dress up is always a favorite around here, no matter the occasion. Today we made this simple, but cool masks using only some basic supplies. Maybe you’ll be able to tell (or maybe not!) we were inspired after a talk about how Eric Carle might make his artwork in some of our favorite books, like […]
Make your own it-really-works diy play telephone with styrofoam cups and string! Here’s how. In the bottom of each cup, poke a small hole (a very sharp pencil works well; this is a good part for an adult to do). Thread one end of a 2-3 foot length of string through the hole in each […]
A great activity to work into your preschool letter lessons is Rainbow Letter Tracing. The idea is for the preschooler to trace the same letter several times with different colors to get the hang of how to write that letter. They create a rainbow of colors on the letter. It’s a great way to get […]
Print these pop up letters for your toddler or preschooler to trace and color to get more familiar with their alphabet. Download the full set of alphabet coloring pages here (lowercase) | (uppercase) – The full set includes the alphabet coloring sheet above and all the individual letter coloring sheets below. or Choose from the […]
Print this letter T practice writing worksheet and have your preschooler trace and then try their own letters. Get the Full Alphabet Set! See hundreds of other family projects and activities here. Love this post? Support us by using our FREE service to find local child care or preschools nearby.