Every child needs to learn the letters of the alphabet, but that doesn't mean that you must spend hours drilling your child on letter names and sounds. Instead, help your children become acquainted with the alphabet through simple activities that familiarize your kids with the shape and sound of each letter. In this list, you'll find suggestions for simple projects that will help your kids get to know the letters E, F, G and H.
If you are looking for more ideas of art projects and educational activities to do with your young child, check out Trish Kuffner's series of Busy Books. Titles in the series include "The Arts and Crafts Busy Book" and "The Preschooler's Busy Book." You may be able to find her books at your local library; in central Illinois, find Kuffner's "Picture Book Activities" and "The Toddler's Busy Book" at the Galesburg Public Library.
Project ideas for the letters A, B, C and D have already been presented, and over the next few weeks, ideas for the rest of alphabet will be offered. If you would like to be notified when these lists are released, please click the "Subscribe" button under the headline above. In the meantime, enjoy this list of ideas for the letters E, F, G and H.