Can your child name the letters in his/her name and place them in the correct order?
- Letter magnets.
Place them on the refrigerator or in a baking sheet. Remove all letters that are not in their name. Allow them to rearrange and manipulate the letters as they wish.
2. Paper cutouts
Spend some time rolling out the letters in your child’s name. Capital letters are easier to roll and should be the first introduced.
4. Paper plates
Order 8 prints of your child’s picture.
Glue the 8 pictures onto the 8 different paper plates.
Write your child’s name under each picture.
Use painter’s tape and tape them around the house at your kid’s eyesight level.