My little kids love playing with their hands. They learn while playing with their dolls, cars, blocks, a fabric alphabet craft…even with sticks, they find outside. Exploring is learning.
You don’t have to spend a lot of money to create fun, hands-on learning opportunities for your children. Find out how to make your own fabric alphabet letters over at All About Learning Press.
The best thing about these letters is that you don’t have to be a seamstress or even great at crafts to make them! You can download the free templates to make your job even easier – and let the little ones help!
Have your older kids work on their tracing skills and the little ones can work on their cutting skills. So long as you don’t mind a few wobbly letters, you’ll have great helpers and an even better family experience creating them together.
Check out these other helpful tips and ideas from All About Learning:
- 10 Tips on How to Motivate Your child to READ!
- What are the Pros and Cons about Word Families?
- FREE Activities and Chart to Master Long Vowel Sounds
- The “No Gaps” Approach to Reading and Spelling
Head over to All About Learning to Learn How to Make Your Own Fabric Alphabet!
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