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Preschooler Activities on Letter and Number Recognition


Preschooler Activities on Letter and Number Recognition

As a mother it's my constant endeavor to keep my child busy with interesting and engaging activities which are easy and fun to do. These days we are in the process of learning alphabets and numbers, hence listing down few activities which I have recently done with my daughter.

Activity 1 -  Letter Tracing with cotton swab




A very simple activity where you need to write letters on a paper and your child will trace the same with the help of a cotton swab.

Activity 2 - Number counting and matching with cloth pins

Draw a simple star or anything else from 1-10 and let your child count and put the right cloth pin with the right number on each block.



Activity 3 - Uppercase and Lowercase alphabets matching
Take an old cardboard box and make 26 inserts on it for 26 letters. Now ask your child to match the lowercase letter on the box with the uppercase letter written on the ice cream stick.



Activity 4 - Number counting with pompoms/beads

Take an egg box and write numbers inside each egg holder. Ask your child to recognize the number and put the correct number of pompoms inside each holder.



Activity 5 - Find and cover
 
Let your child put the correct bead on each letter mentioned in the square grid.



So, these were few activities which we did recently. Hope you find them useful. Do try them with your child and let me know how they found it.

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1.Krishna story To start with we read a book on Krishna from the Amar Chitra Katha series.


2.Making Peacock Feathers As we all know that Lord Krishna loves peacock feathers hence we made our own with craft paper. We also used the same for decorating our other craft items.


3.Decorating Handi/Matki Lord Krishna loved eating maakhan(butter) which was stored in a pot(Matki).



4.Decorating Bansuri/Flute Krishna is synonymous with playing the flute(Bansuri).


5.Making Crown Lord Krishna's prominent jewellery is a crown with peacock feathers on it.


6.Decorating Thali We made these using glitter foam sheets and stuck it on an old cd. The same can be kept on the Thali for doing pooja.




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Simple activities on alphabet recognition & sequencing for toddler and preschoolers



While revising alphabets I realised that K was finding it difficult to revise alphabets as per their sequence. Hence decided to quickly plan few activities for her around it.
1    Upper case to lower case matching







A simple activity where I wrote some random upper case letters on white paper and pasted it on the cupboard. For matching, I wrote their lower case counterpart on post its and K had to match them. Looks a very simple activity but I can tell you K had lots of fun removing the post its and sticking it near the correct letter.
Alphabet sequencing on clothes line





For sequencing, I made chits for each alphabet which mentions both upper and lower case alphabets. K had to clip them as per the correct sequence on the clothes line. I tied a thick needle between two chairs which made it look like a clothes line. Again here, the activity was looking simple but when K started doing it I realised it w…

Activities on learning the ABC for toddlers

Learning the ABC

These are few initial activities I had done with K.They are ideal for toddlers and requires very little preparation. These activities are ideal for kids who are just starting with learning the alphabets.
1.Tracing the alphabets on a sand tray
Let your child first practise the pattern on the sand paper letters. These sandpaper letters are made by me
at home. For details on how to make one for yourself, here is the detail blog on the same.







2.Making alphabets using clay




3.Recognising the correct alphabet using wooden pegs




4.Upper to lower case matching using wooden pegs




5.Cutting activity




6.Placing the correct alphabets