Are you looking for innovative ways to teach your kids ABC? In fact, every educator (and parent) wants to try innovative learning techniques and educational technologies so that children love learning.
Step away from the traditional methods and start learning the ABC’s in fun ways! Whether your child is 6 months or 6-year old, I’d say make learning lovable. And have fun with it.
Teaching the Alphabet!
The first task in teaching kindergarten children is how to recognize the letters of the alphabet. It is proved that alphabet activities can help preschoolers in a great way. They are helping tools for your child to recognize the letters and sounds of the alphabet.
Nodoubt all children learn and develop differently. However, we can always help by inculcating positive environment with the right set of tools.
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While all children develop differently, we can always help them along in a positive environment and with the right tools in place. Ultimately, you have to find what works best for your child and stick with it.
As learning is intangible, there is a great demand to create an innovative learning environment. To that end, Alphabetimals has tried to design learning environment and came up with Animal Alphabets.
Alphabetimals is the funniest way to make them learn alphabets. Last night when I showed this cute website to my 6 yr old son, he was really elated. I’m sure this will be a huge hit among small kids too who are trying to learn English alphabets.
I’m confident it can benefit you as well.
Animal Alphabets – Alphabetimals
Alphabetimals is a short form of alphabets plus animals. This Animal Alphabets website has good resources making it quite interactive with kids through sounds and pronunciations.
To be frank, I’m excited to show the same to my blog readers. You can make your tiny tots learn alphabets with these animal cartoons.
You can even spell out any word and get your name printed in this unique style of animal alphabetical font. If you have considerable time, then spend a couple of minutes on alphabet coloring pages (that’s the real art for kids).
Hey, it’s my name in alphabetimal font:
Patrick O’Toole, the creator of the website, could have included more animals to create awareness among the coming generation. This would surely help them to protect animals that are on the verge of extinction.
Just remember to incorporate fun learning into all the games and daily activities that you can. It doesn’t need to be a special educational activity. There’s nothing wrong in having a ton of different resources.
The more the children play with alphabets in a variety of multi-sensory ways, the better it is.
Incidentally, the Alphabetimals website provides a good number of materials including Photo Safari, coloring books, and pages, picture dictionary, reusable wall stickers, posters, flashcards etc. One can even unlock the Alphabetimals stuff via Apps on the Android, iPhone and iPad devices.