The first letter of the alphabet – and a great opportunity to talk about all 26 letters!
What you need:
When choosing foamy stickers or any alphabet-type supplies, keep in the primary printing form and stay away from cursive or cutesy letters that might not look 'the same' as the letters your child is starting to recognize. Also, depending on your child's age, you might start with upper-case letters, or introduce lower-case.
Both of my children went to a Montessori preschool, and there, they focus on learning lower-case letters first. It was explained to me that those are the ones they see most often in text. I had never though of it that way!
momstown has more great alphabet crafts to try with your child or playgroup. Try:
Alphabet jungle tree – introducing all letters
Leaf Puzzle – to practice upper and lower case letters
And we love Chicka Chicka Boom Boom as an amazing way to learn both upper and lower case letters – in a fun song that kids will love!