Hi all! I hope you and your loved ones have been well! Just dropping this blog post with a fun and useful learning tool for parents of kiddies 18 mths to 6 years! Head on over to the blog to download a bright alphabet recognition chart that you can use and refer to as you teach your little one the foundation of phonics and reading. This alphabet recognition chart will help you to track and monitor your child's progress with learning the English alphabet and its sounds. If you've never used one of these simple learning support tools before, no worries, the easy instructions are on the printable and I've added great info and tips in the short post so check it out :).
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Teaching your toddler through song and dance or bright, colorful play-type activities is the ideal way to start. I have used a combination of reading, singing, dancing, flash cards and daily conversation to build my toddlers' confidence and familiarity with colors, numbers, letters, sounds and words with each of my six eldest of seven daughters.
Learning the alphabet and how to count is a fundamental step for every toddler - these two basic learning tools set the foundation for a bright future of life-long learning. It is often recommended to introduce your child to letters and numbers from as early as 6 months, however, this should be limited to songs, music and dancing the "numbers song" or "ABC song".