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Play Based Alphabet Activities for Learning through Play for Kids

Play Based Alphabet Activities for Learning through Play for Kids – Learn how to incorporate alphabet activities into your educational programming. These ideas will help guide you as you create a fun and engaging learning environment for your students of all ages! Learning through play is an essential part of early childhood development.

It allows children to learn about the world around them in a natural and active way. One way that children can explore letters, words, shapes, colors, and patterns through play is by using their five senses.

The following are some fun alphabet activities that you can do with your child at home or in the classroom. This post will cover twenty-six different ideas for how to use sensory exploration with kids while learning the alphabet!

Letter Recognition – Matching Letters with Objects

My students are always excited when they get to learn about letter recognition. It’s a topic that is not only extremely important for their education, but also entertaining and fun! One way I like to teach this skill is by matching letters with objects in my classroom.

Letter Recognition - Matching Letters with Objects

For example, we might match the letter ‘A’ with an apple or the letter ‘M’ with a monkey toy. I use these activities as an introduction to reading and writing skills because once they can recognize letters and what sounds, they make it becomes easier for them to sound out words on their own! The best part of all? Kids love playing games just as much as adults do!

Letter Identification – Finding the Correct Letter in a Group of Letters

Letter identification is a skill that all kids need to learn. It’s pretty easy once you know what letter each shape represents! This blog post will show you where the letters are in three different fonts and teach you how to read them. Check out these awesome examples!Letter Identification - Finding the Correct Letter in a Group of Letters

  • The first example shows an ‘a’ in the font Comic Sans MS. The arrow points at it because it starts with an upward stroke on the right side of the letter.
  • Second, we have an ‘e.’ Notice how this one has two curves? One goes from left to right, and then another curve comes from top to bottom on the other side of the letter. That means this letter is backward from most others, so watch for those little details.

Phonics – Reading Words that Start with Each Letter of the Alphabet Activities

Learning how to read can be a daunting task for kids, but it’s also one of the most rewarding. Reading is about more than just knowing what each letter in a word stands for and where to find them on a page – it’s about understanding the meaning behind every single word.

That’s why we’ve put together this list of activities that will help your child learn their letters while having fun! You’ll notice that many of these activities start with an A…that is because they are all designed around phonics learning which starts with sounding out words from the alphabet.

In addition, you’ll see some variations depending on age level, so feel free to choose whichever activity best fits your child’s skill level. Happy reading!

Creative Writing Activities Based on the ABC’s of Your Name

Do you have a favorite song that starts with your name? Do you know the ABCs of the alphabet activities? If not, then this blog post is for you! In this article, I will be discussing creative writing activities based on both topics. There are many ways to engage in these activities depending on how old and skill level is. So scroll down to find out more!

Math Activities Related to Counting and Addition/Subtraction Using Numbers 1-26

In this blog post, you will find a few math activities related to counting and addition/subtraction using numbers 1-26. Some of the activities are timed, and some are not. The goal is for students to practice solving problems in different ways with various levels of difficulty.

These skills can be used in any grade level! The following list includes Basic Counting Activity (1-10), Addition Problems (11-18), Subtraction Problems (19-26).

These exercises help kids learn how to count from one number to another, add or subtract multiple numbers together, and compare answers when adding or subtracting two numbers. Enjoy these engaging tasks!


The Alphabet Activities for Learning through Play are perfect for engaging kids in learning while being playful. They can use their imagination and creativity, learn letter recognition and phonics, recognize math concepts like counting and addition/subtraction with numbers 1-26, or write a story that incorporates the alphabet activities.

These activities will help your children get acquainted with letters of the alphabet while having fun along the way! Interested? You can find these activities on our blog today!

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