Letters of the Week!

We’re moving through the alphabets and we’ve reached the letter I, J, K & L. I hope these posts have been helpful and relieved some stress while planning these letters to your little ones.

Activities with Letter I

Insects pattern
I have printed some images of insects (if u are good at drawing u can make them with your own) and arranged them to form different patterns. I explained the concept to my son and asked him to rearrange them. It was a level up for him but he leant the concept.

I spy
We played I spy game and had a lot of fun. Whenever I say ‘I spy with my eye something beginning with I’, my son starts guessing the word beginning with the letter I. This is a great game to play with the whole family and can be played anywhere! I have also printed some of the worksheets on “I spy”, and we enjoyed learning numbers with it.

Icecream counting
Counting is great fun if we make it interesting. I made some ice cream cones and labelled them with numbers, initially from 1-5. I formed some coloured circles to look like ice cream scoops. My son has to read the number on the ice cream cone and count that many scoops to glue on the ice cream cone.

Icecream sudoku
Sudoku is actually a game that’s based on logical thinking. Kids learn to think logically as well as develop a mind and thinking process that is highly organized. I already had kids sudoku and my son loves to play with it. So this week we practised that. I have made DIY sudoku as well, will share it soon in my free printables post .

Ice Painting
Paints always play an important role to calm a cranky and angry toddler at my home. It’s the start of summer so this time we had some ice painting. All you have to do is add some water to an ice tray add your child’s favourite colours. Add a stick in between for proper grip freeze and they are ready. Let your child explore their imaginations.

I always prefer flashcards and worksheets, as a great source of learning . We also did some rhyme sessions while Listening, dancing and singing Incy- wincy spider with a rhyme mat.

Activities with Letter J

Jelly Beads Sensory Bin
The easiest way to play with jelly beads is to place them in a large bin and let your little one play with them. I have placed some lower case fridge
magnets along with colourful jelly beads . My little toddler has to place them back over the refrigerator. I have kept some distance between the fridge and the beads bin so that my super active toddler can have his physical workout too.

J is for JUMP and what’s better than a number jump…? It’s a combo of learning & fun. Jumping involves both sides of our brain and body work together to maintain balance and coordination. We have done a random number jump with a number Sequencing jump. The fun that we had can be seen in my sons face too.

Alphabet Jar
This is a phonics learning and a sensory bin activity where I have filled a jar with sabudana (as it’s my sons favourite) with some miniature alphabets. My Son has to recognise the alphabet and pronounce it beginning sound.

Jack n Jill
I never miss the Rhyme session as it plays an important role for kids development.

Joker Counting
Counting numbers and remembering their sequence is sometimes difficult for toddlers. I Printed some number worksheets, as new worksheets build interest too. Now my child has to find and match numbers, it’s a good one to increase visual discrimination and learning skills.

Joker Tangram
Tangram puzzles have tons of advantages. It helps children to learn problem-solving skills, geometrical concepts, and a lot more. I have used them to educate relationships on basic shapes.

Activities with Letter K

Kitchen Pretend Play
This is the most played pretend play game in my house. He prepares so many recipes and an advantage is he now knows almost all ingredients. Kitchen pretends play has lots of importance-

  • It helps in Visual Recognition Of Shapes, Patterns And Colors.
  • Increases Self-Confidence and builds their imagination.
  • Builds teamwork .
  • Teach preparation and cleanup responsibility.

Key Matching
Match the right key with its lock….Isn’t this sounds interesting…?
Again a very simple, no preparation activity. Good for Visual Recognition, build gripping and help in gross & fine motor skills.

Kinetic sand
Building & create imaginations and that too without creating a mess. Kinetic sand play is loved by every child and mom too. It helps to improve fine motor skills, encourages creative thinking and can be squish and squeeze easily.

Kite Counting
These days I focus on counting activities. So we tried the most famous K for Kite Counting. Different colours seem very attractive to kids. This is a very engaging and full of learning activity. I have taken different coloured papers and cut them in a diamond shape to make them resembles the shape of the kite. Few rectangular strips form the tails. My child has to identify the number written on the kite, count the rectangular strips and stick them to the diamond-shaped kite.

K Worksheet
Find the right path for the Kangaroo by encircling the letter K. We have done a wonderful rhyme session with “Two little kittens, lost their mittens…….” as well.

Activities with Letter L

Lacing Vegetables

  • This is the best activity when it comes to engagement time. Plus there are lots of advantages as well-
  • Improves eye-hand coordination.
  • Builds pincer grip.
  • Improves attention.
  • Develops patience and perseverance.

Lacing is fun but it is not an easy task. Lacing toys are easily available on market but I used a DIY one took a printout of vegetables on thick paper. Punched holes with punching machine and our Lacing activity is ready with some ribbon or lace.

Lollipop Craft
These days Sadhya loves different flavours and colourful Lollipops. But due to lockdown, we are running out of stock. So we did a pretend-play
with paper plate by painting it and decorating with different colours to look like a Lollipop.

Ladybug Pattern Matching
I have made this to test his discrimination skills. Bonus is his joy and learning.

Lamp Colouring
I have drawn a lamp on big sheet and allowed Sadhya to colour it. Later we decorated it with paper quilling art.

Summer’s are incomplete without ludo and snakes n ladder….. isn’t it…?
We too have a great family time playing with it.

While playing with it we had revised the concept of big-small, counting, numbers and colours.

Lion Craft
Colour, cut and paste sheet.
Another one to beat tantrums. I will add the free printables in my blog, so you guys can download them and use them with your kids as well.

So there were all that we have planned for this week. Hope you all enjoyed reading it and found them useful to make your kids learn and engage. Do try them with your kids.

Happy learning!

8 thoughts on “Letters of the Week!

  1. These are some really cute and engaging activities that will teach the letters to kids in a fun way. Though all of the activities look amazing, the icecream Sudoku seems really interesting.

  2. Wow!! These creative ways to learn and practising the alphabet are engaging and practical. Kids will have fun while learning and practising their letters in a natural and accessible way. All activities look amazing.

  3. Wowww this is so amazing and cute drawing and crafts. I will gonna try it. Kids will have fun while learn and practice. I am glad you shared that. Thanks for sharing😊

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *