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 May 1, 2018  Book Reviews, Literacy

Looking for great ways to teach the alphabet? Here are our favorite letter crafts and activities for preschool – including bilingual and Spanish ones! You can find even more great alphabet teaching ideas in our 31 Days of ABC series, which we’ve done for four years now. And you definitely don’t want to miss our review of a wonderful new book celebrating a beloved children’s book character learning to read!

Favorite Letter Crafts and Activities |

Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of Llama Llama Loves to Read for review purposes; however, all opinions are my own. This post contains affiliate links. If you click through and make a purchase, I receive a small commission at no extra cost to you.

Favorite Letter Crafts and Activities for Preschool

Favorite Letter Crafts and Activities for Preschool |

C Is for Carnivorous Plants

Letter “D” Game for the Active Child

G Is for Go!

N Is for Nature Crafts

X Is for X-Ray

Coding for Kids: X Marks the Spot

Spanish and Bilingual Letter Crafts and Activities

E es de Elefante

H Is for Hola and Hello

J es de Jirafa

Q Is for Qué and Question

Llama Llama learns at school.
Counting, writing, reading, rules.
Friends and school — there’s nothing better.
Llama learning all the letters!

My kids have always adored the best-selling Llama Llama series, so I was thrilled for the chance to review a new title, Llama Llama Loves to Read! This new picture book is a sweet celebration of reading and all the steps it takes to reach that important milestone – from learning letters, to learning their sounds, how they form words, how these make up sentences, to create stories, and finally the magic of being able to read!

I love that this book captures the frustration that children sometimes feel while still encouraging the enthusiasm and sense of wonder that makes it all worth it.

Anna Dewdney’s experience as a teacher and mother shine through in this wonderful book. Though she passed away in 2016, the gift she has given through her books will continue to guide the next generations.

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