These robot alphabet puzzles are perfect for helping your kids. Have you ever laid in bed wondering how you can help your kids by teaching the alphabet effectively?
I have- almost every night I sit and wonder how I can help my son to further grasp his preschool letters both upper and lower cases.
Sure I may have taught his sister but for some crazy reason, I cannot remember all the things I did.
Today, however, I created a set of robot alphabet puzzles as a fun robot preschool letter activity and was so excited about how Caleb responded to them.
If you are unaware, Caleb is my preschool son who loves following his kindergarten sister J. When he sees her with a dry erase marker, he wants a dry-erase marker.
Classic case of ‘monkey see monkey do’. My problem, however (well it’s a challenge more than a problem) is that C will not touch worksheets unless it’s to mark all over them and move on.
Courtesy of our robot theme in this week’s #TeachECE challenge, I tried my luck with making him a set of alphabet puzzles similar to the a-z puzzles I made some time ago.
The best part…HE UNDERSTOOD IT AND LOVED IT!!!!
Alphabet Books to Read With Your Kids
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Below you will find a few books to check out at your library or that you can purchase.
Chicka Chicka Boom Boom (Chicka Chicka Book, A)Dr. Seuss’s ABC: An Amazing Alphabet Book!A Is for Apple (Trace-and-Flip Fun!) (Smart Kids Trace-And-Flip)The Alphabet Book (Pictureback(R))The Alphabet Tree (Dragonfly Books)The Sleepy Little Alphabet: A Bedtime Story from Alphabet TownMy First BOB Books: AlphabetAlphaTales Box Set: A Set of 26 Irresistible Animal Storybooks That Build Phonemic Awareness & Teach Each letter of the AlphabetEric Carle’s ABC (The World of Eric Carle)AlphaOops!: The Day Z Went FirstThe Construction Alphabet Book (Jerry Pallotta’s Alphabet Books)
ROBOT ALPHABET PUZZLES
Our activity was extremely simple. Just print the puzzles and then cut them out and allow your child to put them together.
You can see an example below.
ADDITIONAL IDEAS FOR USING THE ROBOT PUZZLES
You can also try the following with the puzzles:
- Sort them by upper and lower cases
- Shuffle them and use them to work on beginning sounds
- Use them to help with learning alphabetic order
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