How to Know Alphabets while having Fun!
For learning more difficult words and grammar in higher classes, it is important for the base to be strong, which means your preschooler should perfectly know all 26 letters of the alphabet. The “Letter of the Week Set” comprising 260 exciting and innovative worksheets are specifically designed so your child can clearly distinguish between uppercase and lowercase letters and write them correctly.
How can the” Letter of the Week Set” prove beneficial? Here goes:
* The Roll & Graph exercise involves learning about the “letter of the week” by cutting a die with the letter on it (both uppercase and lowercase), rolling it, and jotting down the result (known as graphing).
* Instant Letter Recognition by locating the letter among a mix of letters – use colorful stickers or markers for circling them.
It is important to focus on developing the sizing of letters right from the start – The “Size Matters” sheets will help your preschooler to trace letters in both uppercase and lowercase (bonus page) formats, so they can work on accurate sizing from this level.
* Yet another bonus page consists of selecting the letter from a grid of jumbled letters – they can be punched (use a hole puncher), marked using stickers, or simply circled.
* The “Do-A-Dot” Pages are also immensely enjoyable – explore your child’s creativity while marking off the letter with colorful Do-A-Dot markers.
* Let us play an interesting game! Create a “Spinner” with a pencil and paperclip – start spinning to find out the letter to be marked and the corresponding color. For instance – if you get a green “n”, find “n” in the box below and color it green!
* The last worksheet is a mix of what the preschooler has learned so far – tracing letters, locating them from a pile and marking, practicing sizing, and improving handwriting.
The set proceeds sequentially from A to Z and there are several fun pictures to color, making it all the more entertaining. It is an amazing exercise tool that is both interactive and educational, which will go a long way in shaping your child’s future.