Alphabet learning activities for pre-schoolers| #alphabets #kindergarten #homeschool

Alphabet learning activities for pre-schoolers| #alphabets #kindergarten #homeschool


Assalam-o-alikum! everyone welcome back to my
channel I hope you’re doing well today so the topic for today is the uppercase
and the lowercase letters this is the first thing that you introduce your child to
so that they can learn different things the different letters random things
related to letters so yeah there are some few activities that I am going to
share with you in this video that you can make it interesting for your child
or your student that you’re introducing it to so let’s move on to the first
activity that I have for you let’s talk about the first activity that’s in front
of us this is a puzzle like you as you can see to make the puzzle interesting
you can take cups like this and you can put the half part of the puzzle in front
of the cups and you can tell your child that put the rest part of the puzzle in
the cup okay so what I did was I stick few popsicle sticks at the back of the
puzzle and with the help of the sticks it can stand on in the cup so the first
thing they’re going to do is see the picture where is the picture matching
okay they will not see the letters I will tell them or you can tell them
later on that k is for kite is for apple cooker kite a apple g grapes
h hat so you can I know introduction of Phoenix as well and the letters as
well so a child will definitely try to match the pictures according to what
they see and complete the puzzle like this and even get familiar with the
letters as well this is how you can make a puzzle interesting and you can even
tell them to put the pictures together so they can see the picture
clearly as well okay so yeah let’s move on to
the second activity that I have for you this is a printable that I took from
Tot schooling okay so if I find the link I will put this in
the description box so you can print it out for yourself as well so how you
going to introduce this activity to your child is you going to ask them where the
lowercase a is and you going to ask them where can you find the letter A ah so
they’re going to pick the letter A and they’re going to stick it on this
printable okay or you can say a card whatever you want to say so he had same
way for others and that’s how they’re going to get familiar with the lowercase
and they’re going to paste the lowercase with their uppercase which is on the
truck okay yeah so yeah I think it’s an interesting printable as you can see I
laminated this printable because you know with the toddler they tend to tear
up papers very easily so I’ve to be safe I just laminated alright moving on to the
next activity that I have in front of me if you have seen my previous video I
have introduced these flashcards they are very interesting for a child to
learn because there are some pictures at the back of it so with the help of the
lower case and the upper case they will also learn the pictures related to it so
yeah the reason why I have kept the cards in sequences we are going to
learn the sequence learning the song is very easy but making a child learning
the sequence of the alphabets it’s really hard so you can send that sing
the song with them and you can put the card in front of them so that they can
know the sequencing can learn the sequence easily
so yeah he is going to take the blocks and he’s going to see how the alphabets
are going so you’re going to sing it as well like a b c d e f g like
that okay so yeah you he’s going to I’m holding my camera in my hand so it’s
really hard for me to go to his face oh yeah he’s going to put the blocks in
this sequence and this is how he is going to learn the sequence so yeah this
is also an interesting activity that you can do with your child or your student
the more eyeball as I’ve always said the more interesting you’re going to be the
quicker they’re going to learn okay there’s another way that you can
introduce the sequences that you if you have the magnetic letters with you you
can put the uppercase magnetic letters in front of them in sequence and they
can find the lowercase letters and they can put them in sequence with the help
of the blocks okay so yeah so let’s move on to the clip activity
that I have for you over here I call it a clip activity because I am going to
use these clips on these cards I made this printable by myself at home on
the Microsoft Power Point and I put a few pictures in these cards
so that they can learn the pictures related to the letters and can be
interesting the picture is familiar with most of the
pictures I try to put those pictures in these cards so with the help of this
clip I’m going to ask him where the letter D is and he is
going to see with letter tears and he is going to put a clip on the card yeah he
is going to clip the card like this finding the lowercase letter and he’s
going to do the rest of the clips on this card as well and if you won’t if
you’re making a pintable at home like this you can you know put the lowercase
here and the uppercase here that’s completely up to you but this is a
interesting activity for a child it is one more activity that I want to discuss
with you is the word forming activity as he’s in the process of learning the
lower case and the upper case letters you can even introduce how the words are
formed so I will ask him what letters do you see on the train and he’s going to
say C a tee so I’m going to tell the Phonics cup act act
cat okay so I’m going to ask him to place the blocks according to the
sequence that he sees if he had if he knows the concept of sequence he will
start placing the sequence according to what he sees on the train like this the
reason why I took a different block over here is you can introduce vowels like
that as well okay and you can tell your child that a is a vowel so that is the
reason why I took a different color block so yeah this is also an
interesting way that you can introduce word formation so yeah these are
few activities related to uppercase and the lowercase letters you can have your
ways to make them understand I wanted to share a few activities right
my child at home so yeah if you liked my video please like ,share and subscribe if
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video

3 thoughts on “Alphabet learning activities for pre-schoolers| #alphabets #kindergarten #homeschool”

  1. Thank you so much for subscribing to my video… I hope these activities are helpful for your children or your students…Do share your experience(through pictures) with these activities…Thank you

  2. All your activities are very interesting and can help in child's development in many ways. I will definitely use your ideas of explaining lower and uppercase letters to my child.

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