Alphabet mystery letter hunt activity

 Alphabet mystery letter hunt activity

Alphabet mystery letter hunt activity

Today I’m sharing a fun and interactive activity with Audrey Wood’s Alphabet Mystery book. In this book, a group of lowercase letters goes on an adventure to find the missing letter x. Once they find the letter x, they see that it is upset because it isn’t used much. Also Read: Words that start with y

He later learns that his letter is very important to make mom’s birthday surprise special, as it is used several times on the cake to represent kisses! Each of the letters chooses items that begin with their letter as a gift for mom. This is a great read-aloud book that preschoolers love!

I’m sharing a Sensory Alphabet Hunt in today’s activity, a complementary activity for the Alphabet Mystery book. Before inviting children to play, trace the magnetic alphabet letters on the back of a cookie sheet using a Sharpie marker. Also, lather the soap a few minutes before the activity. Ask the child to remove a letter of the alphabet from the soap suds. After finding one, ask them to identify the letter.

Have a bowl of water nearby so they can rinse off the soap if they need to. Keep doing this until all the letters are found.

Kids will also love playing in the soap suds!

For another fun activity to go along with this book, check out our letter hunt activity we shared on Pre-K Pages. If you haven’t read this book to your child yet, get it today! It’s so pretty and a wonderful method to know the alphabet!
I love teaching the letters of the alphabet through hands-on activities. Most children need lots of multi-sensory activities to learn letters. It is only a means. You can also try alphabet sensory bins, plays, books, crafts, and more!
Learning the alphabet letters is an important thing to learn during the prekindergarten and kindergarten years! This Q-Tip picture training is a fun and hands-on way to learn this. This activity I’m sharing with you today is about lowercase letters. I also created Q-tip paint printables for uppercase letters and numbers.

Lowercase letters of the alphabet

This free printable version includes 26 pages for all lowercase letters of the alphabet. Each page has an alphabet letter that can be filled with Q-tip painting. At the bottom of each page, two images begin with that letter. For vowel letters, there is a picture for long and short vowel sounds.

For this activity, children will dip a cotton swab in paint and fill in the circles on the letter. You don’t need a lot of paint on the cotton swab, and you may need to dip it in paint a few times to complete the letter.
We used Cra-Z-Art Washable Kids Paint, but any washable paint will work for this activity.

The small bottles made it ideal for dunking in Q-tips. You can even use an ink place if you don’t have color.
I recommend focusing on one letter per day. Not only does this activity help children recognize letters, but it’s also great for fine motor skills! When a child is holding a cotton swab, they should hold the small cotton swab in place and dab the paint into each circle. It’s good for building those little hand muscles.

To download this free activity, complete the form below.

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