ABC Play the Dr. Seuss Way
I decided to try a few things Lil’ Red had not done before that went along with ABC Play the Dr. Seuss Way. (just had to rhyme a little) I will share a collage of photos for each activity and explain where it came from or what we did during each activity.
This ABC Match-up was an activity from a busy bag swap that I did when Lil’ Red was around 7 mths. old. We had families with young infants up to 4 yrs. old in the group swap. The variety and skill level difference for each activity was great to have things stored up and now we are ready to use them! The neon green sheet was printed and then laminated. The ABC cards are dimensional glitter foam stickers put on cardstock squares. Lil’ Red liked this idea quite well and loved it when he “won the game!”
This activity I made over a decade ago, right after I graduated from college. I made this activity with metal juice lids, vinyl ~2″ letter stickers and magnetic alphabet. I had recently dug this out and it had been sitting on our back porch waiting to be played with. Some of the lids and magnets are missing but I have another 3 sets of magnetic alphabets on the back porch to remedy this. Will just have to save a few more juice lids. The letter stickers my husband had brought home from his work which was throwing them away!
This is one of those great dollar store puzzles again from over a decade ago! I have a numbers one as well. I do not know if/when Lil’ Red has played with this puzzle. I talked with him about the rows being a certain color to help give him a clue plus as to where to put a letter. I would sing the ABC song over and over again pointing at the letters and stopping on an open space.
We still have more ABC activities to pull out from my ABC BOX (again from a decade ago). We have wooden ABC puzzles with tiny knobs, wooden blocks, Boggle Jr., Word Whammer, Braille ABC magnets, ABC sticker strip, ABC small erasers, texture letters, and a start of sound boxes.
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Kristy @ HearMyHands says
very cute idea! found you from Living Life Intentionally.
Debbie @ http://kidsbibledebjackson.blogspot.com/ says
Thanks so much for sharing these great ideas at TGIF! Pinned it!
Thanks for pinning! So glad you liked it:)
So much great early learning FUN!
Thanks for linking up to TGIF! Have a GREAT day =-)