Spring Activities for Kids: An Alphabet Flower Garden~ Buggy and Buddy
A fun way to learn the alphabet for toddlers and preschoolers!
Learn letters by making them. I always suggest parents start with the letters in their child's name . Which letters did your child learn first?
lower case letters written on clothespins, match to upper case cards. -great for fine motor skills too
Numbered Clothespins on a Hanger. I love this concept! Although this example uses the alphabet, the same idea could allow students with disabilities to practice placing numbers in order. Not only would it strengthen their knowledge of numerical order, but it could simultaneously work on fine motor skills. This is one of the coolest, yet most simple, tricks I've seen in a while!