Alphabet Flower Box
Set out your DIY box with the flowers on the side and encourage your child to match the letters! This craft for kids is educational and engaging; children love the fun colors, and won’t even notice that they’re working on their letter recognition skills. This is a great project to help your child get familiar with their ABC’s, alongside their Online Preschool lessons.
- Hand-eye Coordination
- Letter recognition
- Fine motor
- Wrap the topside of a box with green tape—it’s easier than painting. Plus paint chips, but this won't!
- Using a knife, cut 26 slits—only large enough to fit one popsicle stick.
- Below each slit, write the letters of the alphabet.
- Write each letter of the alphabet on separate flowers.
- Attach flowers to the green popsicle sticks, and encourage your child to match the letters.
Tips with Miss Charlotte
Opt for glitter flower stickers if your child loves sparkle! Hands-on activities like this one are crucial to your child’s educational development, and I highly recommend that they complete projects like these in tandem with their Online Preschool lessons. This is a great project to get started on once your child has already completed some Daily Lessons, to help test their newly-developing reading skills!
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