Teaching My Toddler | The Letter H

Another great week. When I started doing this teaching my toddler thing, I didn’t look too far into the alphabet. I had lots of ideas for the letters A, B, C, D and as I have gone on I can hardly believe how far we have made it.


The Letter H Booklistdsc_2006

Hedgehugs by Steve Wilson- This cute story follows two hedgehog friends who try to figure out how they can hug each other. The illustrations are adorable and so is the story.

Henry Hodges Needs a Friend by Andy Andrews- I really like this story about how Henry Hodges finds a perfect friend.

In My Heart by Jo Witek- I think this book is beautifully put together and I love how all the different feelings we experience are presented. It is helpful for me and one we will continually check out again and again.

I Want My Hat Back by Jon Klassen- This book is super silly, but I throughly enjoyed reading it. It was also the perfect book for our little activity this week.

Horton Hears A Who! by Dr. Seuss- Our Dr. Seuss book of the week. This is one of my very favorite Dr. Seuss books! I love Horton and his dedication to saving those small who’s because a person’s a person no matter how small!

Harry the Dirty Dog by Gene Zion- This book is very cute and I love how my daughter is really concerned about how Harry needs a bath towards the end of the book!

Home by Carson Ellis- This beautiful book was gifted to us recently and it is one of our favorites to read together. I love all of the different places home can be. The illustrations are my favorite.

The Letter H Printables

This week we have the Letter H Notecard and the Letter H Do-a-Dot.

The Letter H Activity


This activity probably seems like it was thrown together at the last minute, and yes it was. In the silly story “I want my hat back” bear is looking for his red pointy hat. I thought our sloth stuffed animal looked a little like bear so we made him his own red pointy hat. I think he looked pretty cute in it!

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