A, b, c ... your toddler loves to make "writings"

A, b, c ... your toddler loves to make "writings"


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"I want to write ..." And why not if he likes that? Have fun together to spot, cut, color ... letters. A jumble of ideas for your little curious. Provided the exercise remains a game!

Cut out the A ...

  • Show him the different spellings: the big A in capital, or very chic, the little has attached. In the press, magazines, offer him to cut out all the A's (like that of "mAmAn") headlines. Place them next to each other, compare them, put them in order of increasing size, short play with! And next Wednesday, you can attack the O as "bobo" ...

Make your primer ...

  • You can also find images that start with this famous carved, this tree for example. You paste pictures and letters on a small notebook ...

Color O ...

  • What is good with the O, it is very funny. Your toddler can color it easily, since it is all round. Suggest that you smear all the O with a charming text that you have photocopied before ... History to identify the letter and make a pretty colored page. In the evening, when you read a story, find the O.

Buy a small notebook ...

  • With a beautiful writing like that, you need a nice notebook. This magnifies the activity! Your toddler will be very proud to line up Dad's P's ... Another version, the letter to Grandma, but it is he who writes it! You only make the model! Let him write but again, follow the golden rule, do not force ... At home, it's just fun!

Offer an alphabet ...

The alphabet is very appealing to little school kids. If you buy it all done, choose it, fun, like this one currently in bookstores, to offer from 5 years.

  • Visit to the zoo : this alphabet is contrasted and full of flaps and flaps. Your little explorer can also follow one of the color circuits: green for the silhouettes, red for the cry of the animals ... Gallimard Jeunesse Giboulées, Pittau & Gervais, 20 €. Where to find it?

Agnes Barboux