Weekly Kids Activities Newsletter:

Help your kids learn the alphabet

In this week’s newsletter we cover a handful of educational activities.

Your kids will learn the alphabet, colors and numbers by doing these activities of the week.

Plus, there’s a free printable with a sequencing puzzle.

Also, all of the activities today are on my new website: KidsPlayHub.com.

I like print and play puzzles like this sequencing, because it only takes a few minutes to make.

My son loves puzzles, so it's great to keep him busy, and it's a great tool to teach kids counting.

These puzzles are sequenced, which means they count from 1 to 10 in order to complete the puzzle. You can laminate them for durability.

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You only need colored paper, a marker and Velcro to make awesome ABC paper chains .

Your kids can learn the alphabet, and form words with the chains. They can also go crazy and chain together random letters just for fun.

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In this activity your kids will use pom poms and a serving tray to sort the pom poms into the different colors.

For instance, they will add all the red to one space of the serving tray, and then repeat it for the other colors, filling all spaces of the serving tray until the pom poms are sorted.

This activity uses only a few basic supplies and if you buy pom poms and a serving tray, you can repeat this activity as much as you like.

Kids can sort the pom poms by color and size and explore the textures of the pom poms in this quiet time activity.

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In this activity your kids will paint big letters on a big piece of paper that is taped to the wall. It will teach them the shapes of each letter, and also the order of each letter.

I like this activity because it is a very simple activity where you only need paint, paper and paint brushes to do it with your kids.

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Do you have any great recipes or fun activities that you want to share? Let me know by replying to this email.

Talk to you next week.


P.S. If you try any of these activities or recipes, let me know! I'd love to hear how you found them.

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