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Alphabet For Starters- Easter Egg Letters

Welcome to the first post in our new series called Alphabet For Starters focusing on simple alphabet activities for beginners. I don’t want to put an age range on these activities because kids become interested in letters at all different ages. Follow their interest and jump on the bandwagon when th...
  • Margaux

    Engaging alphabet activities for introducing and playing with letters from No Time For Flash Cards

  • Mary Salvi

    Alphabet activities for toddlers: Still have Easter eggs floating around? There are some great activities from one of the best sites for engaging activities for young children!

  • Elizabeth Piscitelli

    Engaging alphabet activities for introducing and playing with letters. How did you introduce the alphabet to your kids?

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