Teaching My Toddler | The Letter F

Another week has come and gone. I feel like the routine of learning letters has been a really good thing in our home. After nap we usually head to the playroom and my daughter starts singing the ABC’s. Then she looks at the notecard and says F is for Fox and we proceed to read a few books and do some crafts. It’s so fun.

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The Letter F Reading List

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Freight Train by Donald Crews – This classic beautiful book is an easy read and perfect for finding the letter F!

The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore by William Joyce – I really enjoy reading this book. It is unique and of course because I love books, I loved the storyline of this book.

Flotsam by David Wiesner – This beautiful book without words has such a lovely story.

The Foot Book by Dr. Seuss – I think we always have to have a Dr. Seuss book. I checked out One fish two fish read fish blue fish but it was too long for my little one. The foot book was perfect.

The Story of Ferdinand by Munro Leaf – This is the first time I read this older book. It is pretty cute and a little funny.

Flower Garden by Eve Bunting – This is a beautiful story went with our activity for a week. I love Eve Bunting and this story was a lovely.

Forever Friends by – This cute story about a bird and a bunny who are forever friends. So cute.

The Letter F Printables
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This week I have The Letter F notecard and The Letter F Do-a-Dot.

The Letter F Activity

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I think as the weeks have progressed my activities have become so much more simple. With the first few letters it was easy to find something to make and eat. Now we are doing more paper crafts. They are so simple but my daughter loves them and finds a lot of pride in her work. The book Flower Garden by Eve Bunting was so cute, so we decided this week to just glue together a few simple flowers. It was easy and fun.

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