A, B, C, D, E... we all know what letters follow, but we do not remember how difficult it was for us to learn each of them and their order. To teach the alphabet to young children there are some very practical and fun activities like this one.
Also, letter recognition activities for preschoolers offer the opportunity to learn the letters of the alphabet in a fun and attractive way. By providing different ways to practice letter recognition, your child will be better able to recognize them. Alphabet recognition is one of our most important pre-reading and pre-writing tasks.
Students love drawing and doing puzzles. No matter what time of day it is or what part of the school year it is, they are always so excited when they get the opportunity to do draw and solve a puzzle. Students use their knowledge of numbers to go from one to the next in the twisted number line that is a Dot to dot puzzle. If they do it correctly they'll end up with a clear picture of something fun. For this type of connect the dots puzzles children are not given obvious hints as to what the picture is, preventing them in this way to simply draw the lines guided by their intutions about what the picture is. Instead they do need to rely on their knowledge of the number sequences from 1 to 100. For this activity, they will only need a pencil, but if afterwards they want to color their creation then they'll need coloring pencils too.
The bundle includes connect-the-dots puzzles but using letters instead or numbers. It contains 16 unique pictures or puzzles. The solution of each picture is presented in the first few pages of the booklet. Children are supposed to start drawing on the square mark, and finish their line on the X mark.
These activities combine both a puzzle and hand drawing to practice fine motor skills. The suspense of what the picture will turn out to be, makes this activity engaging and fun. It also helps children spot their mistakes and in that way provides important feedback to them.
Students can check their work by spotting something off with their picture or by checking the answer sheets when they feel they are done with their work.