Toddlers develop alphabet knowledge when they are able to explore alphabets through sensory experiences.
What You Need:
- White crayon
- White paper
- Water color paint
What To Do:
- Write your child’s name using the white crayon by firmly pressing down on the paper to print each letter.
- Show your toddler how to dip the brush in water and the water color paint.
- As she moves her brush over the paper, say the letters that appear.
- When she is finished, point out the letters and sounds that make up her name.
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