Do you have small kids? Sooner or later you’ll have to help your kid or kids learn the alphabet, this is essential. How to help your children do that with fun and without too much effort? Here are some crafts that will help to memorize the letters, make some!
These funny colorful 3D letters will definitely attract your kid’s attention. They are sewn of colorful felt and your child can play with them making words and phrases. Sewing isn’t difficult here, there are ready templates, get inspired!
These letter blocks are amazing! The set includes five different gold foil typefaces along with many other decorative graphics. It’s altogether charming and is a modern take on childhood ABC blocks. They’re easy to make and while they’re not a good gift for a child, they’re most certainly a great gift for a type or design enthusiast.
Whether you homeschool or just want to work on letters with your preschooler, these DIY wood alphabet learning slices are a great teaching tool. As a bonus, they can look beautiful in your home displayed in the featured burlap bag on a shelf or the slices can be placed in a decorative bowl. These wooden letters could even be used for building activities with your child. There are really so many possibilities. Be sure to read to the end of the post for four learning activities with these rustic learning slices.
These crochet letter cards are amazing to teach your kids, they are colorful and super cute. It is fun crocheting each letter and seeing how they were all constructed. They can be also used as Valentine’s Day cards for your kid’s friend.
Colorful letter magnets will help your kids learn the alphabet in case you have a magnet board. Make different ones and put them on the magnet board or fridge – your kid will love to play with them and compose words!
More alphabet blocks here! Alphabet blocks are a common piece of décor used in nurseries, but the typical rainbow colored ones don’t exactly mesh with the room decor if it’s not that colorful. These neutral ones are made of balsa wood and will easily fit a peaceful space.
Paint dipped magnet letters would be the perfect addition to any fridge or office cubicle. And if you don’t have a magnetic surface to place them on, you could always hot glue them onto any surface! Learn how easy they are to make in the video tutorial below.
This is a very simple project: cutting out the letters will take one evening. You can play with the letters making words straight on a table or use some felt. The felt that you use as your slate can be hung and the letters will still hold on to it. The alphabet can be nicely packed into that felt after you finish playing. You will then need a string or ribbon to tie it.
These magnets are so easy and fun to make! They are made of colorful clay, you can make them with your kid together – get creative! Grab your supplies and get started! Your kids will thank you and will enjoy composing words on a magnet board.
Make alphabet magnets more stylish spray painting them with metallic paints, this way the letters will be chic and won’t spoil the interior. This is a great craft for those who have a magnet board at the desk, you can create inspiring phrases.