Learning letters is easy with a preschool alphabet activity that kids are sure to love! Jonathan enjoyed this immensely and worked on it three days in a row. (And he’ll probably come back to it tomorrow too!)
To set up this activity, you will need a toy hammer, a golf tee, a piece of corrugated cardboard, paper, and a marker. That’s it!
I drew several letters – one on each sheet of paper.
Then I showed Jonathan how to place a letter on top of the cardboard and to use the golf tee as a nail. Hammer the “nail” and it makes a hole through the paper! I showed Jonathan how to hammer the outline of the each letter.
The golf tee makes very satisfying holes in the paper.
After hammering two letters, Jonathan asked, “Can I do just one more?” Of course you can!
This kid loves to be a “worker.” He took a break from his hammer for a minute and then said to himself, “Well, back to work!” He cracks me up!
Need more alphabet ideas?