Finger Tracing

Finger tracing is a great activity to help children familiarize themselves with alphabet formation and handwriting in a fun way. Dipping paint with their fingers and tracing the alphabet outline on paper also get the children to stimulate their touch senses. Writing is an essential life skill that helps children Read more…

Say The Words

Children learn better if they enjoy the learning process and have fun doing it. Playing games is one of the way that will definitely enable children to enjoy themselves and have fun. “Say the words” is a hopping games that teaches children about syllables and word forming. “Play is how Read more…

Match The Letter

Learning the alphabet is the first step towards learning to read and write. Matching game is one fun way to teach children alphabet recognition. Children’s reading development is dependent on their understanding of the alphabetic principle – the idea that letters and letter patterns that represent the sounds of spoken Read more…

Playdoh Letters

Children need to be able to recognize the shape and differences of each letters in the alphabet. Michigan State University Extension in their website state that two literacy skills that are important for children to learn to read are the concepts of letter knowledge and alphabetical principle. Letter knowledge is Read more…

Letter Collage

Children learn better through play, in other words, they learn better if they are having fun while learning. Letter collage is one of the activities that can make learning about the alphabet more fun. According to the website of Very Well Family, collage teaches cause and effect. It also allows Read more…

Salt Tray Writing

Some children may find it hard to use a pencil to write and perceive writing as a chore which can make them bored and discouraged. For some children, reading or writing can be a chore simply because their interest is not piqued enough (https://www.britishcouncil.my/english/courses-children/resources/how-make-reading-and-writing-fun) To help them learn to write, Read more…