Time for a some book making fun for little letter learners!
My son and I made this book a few years ago and even though he knows his letters now, I still spot him tracing the letters in this book with his finger every once in a while.
If your little one is still learning letters, try this tactile letter building activity:
- Cut paper and punch a hole in two corners.
- Cut various lengths of yarn.
- Write a letter on each page, using glue. (I did this part.)
- Apply the yarn pieces.
- Set aside to dry.
- Attach with binder clips or string. (The book ends up really thick because of the puffy yarn, so stapling wouldn’t work.)
Do you like glitter? I do not. (Gets in my eye every. single. time.) But if you do, you could make a glitter ABC book using the same technique. Do you have older kids who are learning cursive? How about some cursive yarn words?