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Teaching abc's (will always be adding)

paint letters on cookie sheet or baking sheet. Let dry then let your little one match magnet letters with the painted letters.


trace a word or letter 
First I wrote some words on my window (i used paint cause my daughter loves paint you can use marker if you want) Then i covered the words with paper and taped the paper to the window. After done I gave my daughter a paint brush and paint and asked her to go over each letter and tell me what the letters are and then what word the letters make.

Abc fishing
(just put letters in a bath and let ur kid/kids fish out what letters you say with a net. Or if they are older ask them to spell some words

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