Wednesday, April 4, 2012

ABC Book

I love to make ABC books with my children to help them learn their letters and letter sounds. Stickers, magazine cutouts, hand drawn pictures, and photos can be used to decorate the pages.

Fold seven sheets of printer paper in half and staple together to form a book.

Label each page with one letter of the alphabet.

Add stickers, cutouts from magazines, and/or drawings to the appropriate pages.

Then read the book together and suggest they read their book to dad, grandma or another friend or family member.

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6 comments:

  1. This is a wonderful idea - I have one who needs pictures to remember the letters & this will be a great way to help him practice!

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  2. Great post. Homemade books are great for children. I am going to feature this post. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. What a great and simple idea. I love to do this with words that my preschool kids are learning to read.

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  4. A fun, simple idea that packs a punch! SOOOO much learning takes place in this process, doesn't it? Having the child make her own book makes it even more meaningful as well. I like that you have both the uppercase and lowercase versions of each letter on the pages, too.

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  5. Love this! I totally need to start one with Big Brother as we study a new letter each week! Thanks so much for sharing this on Play to Write this week! :) Starting this on Friday! :)
    Mackenzie
    cheeriosandlattes.com

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  6. Great preschool idea! And it makes it extra special that it is their own special book (as opposed to just separate sheets of paper). Thanks for sharing with us at Trivium Tuesdays!

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