I’m a big proponent of hands-on activities for children of all ages. Kids explore the world with their senses as they play and learn. Activities that get them moving, interacting, and experiencing various concepts have a bigger impact on their brains. I’m excited to share an e-book that is chock full of hands-on activities for kids who are learning their letters and numbers.
Hands-On Activities for Kids Learning Letters & Numbers
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Take a peek into the book in this video –
~ 40+ hands-on play ideas that will help your child build their letter and math skills
~ multi-sensory activities for children aged 2 to 8
~ resources for parents and teachers, at home or in the classroom, with ideas for indoor and outdoor learning
~ material lists, step-by-step instructions, and full color photographs of every activity
~ suggestions for variations and extensions so you can adapt the activities to suit your child
~ a wide range of learning activities, across literacy and math, including:
- learning to recognise and write letters and numbers
- understanding both upper and lower case letters
- drawing shapes and making marks
- working on alphabetic order
- working on spelling of your name, sight words, cvc words and other vocabulary
- developing language skills
- understanding one-to-one correspondence
- learning to count, to add, and subtract
- base-ten understanding and double digit addition
How to purchase:
This is an eBook, which means you will be sent a link that allows you to download a PDF containing the eBook and all the resources. You can save it to your computer or iPad* and then either read it on screen or print some/all of the pages, as you prefer.
You can buy the eBook wherever you are in the world. You pay via PayPal, which will take care of any currency conversion for you. The eBook costs $14.99.
*You can buy the eBook now, on any device, and then download it when you are ready. Depending on the apps you have installed and your operating system, you might be able to download the eBook on your mobile device. However if you have any doubts or problems, I recommend you use a computer to download the book and then share it to your mobile devices. You will be sent download instructions when you purchase the eBook.