Is your child starting to show interest in the alphabet? A great way to keep letter learning fun is by incorporating a movement activity!
Here, Coco is playing hopscotch while matching Alphabet Bean Bags, by Educational Insights, to written chalk letters.
Walk Tip: When starting hopscotch for the first time, it may be beneficial to draw actual feet in each square. Toddlers and young children are often very literal, so this can help them to understand the desired movement.
To simplify this activity, start with fewer letters to match, like the letters in your kiddo’s name!
When children are learning letters, it’s beneficial for them to hear and practice the sound each one makes. Here’s Coco, excited about practicing the “sssss” sound!
Perform activities recommended by Walk, Talk, Play at your own risk with appropriate adult supervision provided. Walk, Talk, Play is not responsible for any injury caused while performing these play activities.
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