Sprinkle Letters

Sprinkle Letters

Supplies SprinklesSome sort of baking tray or dish with edges Instructions While your child is seated at the table or in a high chair, give her the baking tray. Fill tray with sprinkles. Show him how to make letters (or shapes) in the sprinkles. Find More Ideas Go...
Q-Tip Names by Hands On As We Grow

Q-Tip Names by Hands On As We Grow

I wanted to link directly to the instruction page, but couldn’t find it on Jamie’s website. This activity is from Hands On As We Grow. I really encourage you to go check out her stuff! Supplies Q tipsPaintPaperMarker Instructions Write out your letter of...
Pipecleaner Room Sign

Pipecleaner Room Sign

Supplies Colored foam crafting sheetsColored pipecleanersGlue gunYarnSomething sharp Instructions Let your child pick out their room sign base. Set aside. Take pipecleaners and form into your child’s initials. Depending on the age of the child, you may end up...
Mosaic Letters

Mosaic Letters

Supplies PaperGlueTissue paperScissorsMarker Instructions Write your letter of focus on the paper. Make it big! I like to do bubble letters. Cut up pieces of tissue paper for your child. Help them glue the pieces onto the letter. Variations This is a great way to...
Pompom Letters

Pompom Letters

Supplies PaperMarkerBag of colorful pompomsGlue (optional) Instructions Write your letter of focus on the paper. Make it big! I like to do bubble letters. Encourage your child to line up pompoms on the guide to make the letter. If desired, helped them glue the pompoms...
Color Bowls

Color Bowls

Supplies Ball pit balls (or lots of other small, lightweight balls)Large plastic serving bowls Instructions Combine the serving bowls with the balls and let experimentation begin! Scoop balls into the bowls and toss them into the air. (My toddlers loved watching them...