02 March 2021 (updated)

Letter Games

Introduce letters to your child. Cut out different letters you want them to know, and place them in a visible place, like the door of the refrigerator. Make a game sounding out the letters. You can also use magnetic letters that they can easily move to make new letter combinations.

Materials:

Magnetic or cut-out letters your child can play with

Big Idea:

Letters are important to God, because they are one of the ways God speaks to us.

Readiness Milestone:

You can teach your child to learn and recognize the letters of the alphabet.

Related Scripture:

Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light for my path. 

Psalm 119:105 (NIV)



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