How to teach Alphabets!

LETTER E, F, G & H

Activities with Letter E

Egg Stamping
A potato masher helped us a lot. We started by mixing some colours on a plate And then stamped the potato masher filled with colours on the white sheet. Leaving a colourful egg structure.


Elephant craft
The story session becomes, even more, interesting with an elephant prop. Yes, we made an elephant prop with a disposable plate. I gave my son paint and asked him to paint the plate and he hand-painted it creating a lot of mess. But the output created was fabulous.


Eggplant Worksheets
I printed some worksheets on directions. This was the first time we worked on directions. We had a good session, learning was average being a first timer.

Egg Number Counting
Count the number of eggs and place the number corresponding to it. Isn’t this sound interesting.? I made some small eggs from tissue paper(but my son choose chickpeas as smalls eggs). Draw some eggs representing the countable numbers. Ask your kid to count the eggs, identify the correct number, and place them on the nest. I have picture printables, you can draw them as well.

Flash cards for the body parts that starts with the letter E👁️💪👂

Activities with Letter F

Fish craft
F is for Fish we have done easy and interesting fish craft using ice cream sticks and had a gala story session too. Story sessions are very much needed to boost the listening skills of toddlers. They even foster their imagination. Increases their cultural understanding, Enhances their communication skills, and helps sharpen memory.

Farm animal sorting was another activity. The poem 🐔🐓”Old Macdonalds had a farm” 🦆🐝is loved by every kid. We sorted our worksheet reciting the same.

Flower Recognition These days flowers especially “Marigold” attract my son the most. Recognition and matching flowers worked well to improve his virtual discrimination skills.

Fruits play dough was another activity we had done this week. Did you also know that playdough helps kids to develop their cognitive skills, social and emotional skills? There are many other advantages of playdough. My son prepared play dough fruits and had a party with his buddies!

Activities with Letter G

So we took our session outdoors today making the best of the flexibility that homeschooling offers.
Giraffe craft – How could the session be complete with a G for the giraffe. And one looked lonely so extended the family. It was really great while doing this craft and pretending to eat tall trees leaves like giraffes.

Spot the surrounding objects – here are the things he spotted – garbage bin, green grass, green bushes and plant, grey cement, g for ground floor in the lift, and once we reached home he also realized he was wearing g for grey. Some books and worksheets to make him relate to objects better.

Activities with Letter H

H for holes – Sadhya is very much interested in punching holes. It’s a good activity to develop fine motor skills as well. So i made a gaint letter H with hard paper and allowed my son with punching machine.

Hand painting
Paint is always a big hit at my home. It helps to build many skills as well. We painted a beautiful hand-painted multicolored flower.

We learnt many new parts of HUMAN BODY

Gingerbread Alphabet House
I have a printed worksheet, it’s actually an alphabet match house worksheet. Prints are very attractive, so kids enjoy them a lot doing that. I told him the gingerbread man story to build his interest throughout the activity.

Rhyme Session
Nursery rhyme plays an important role in kid’s overall development. For about a week my son is listening to the rhyme, Humpty Dumpty sat on the wall. This time I gave my son some colors with an earbud and a rhyme worksheet. Earbud’s painting is mess-free and will teach him to paint with discipline.

Hope you liked our alphabet series . Do try the activities with your kids too.

All the printed worksheets that I have used can also be made at home easily. But if u are not in the mood to draw them they are easily available on the internet. I have attached some links to my free printable blog!

Happy learning!