These 5 Amazon Finds are perfect to teach Letters to Toddlers. Use them at home to expose your child to the Alphabet early in their life.
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My son has always had a HUGE interest in learning his letters! I think a lot of that can be attributed to his Mama being a teacher, and surrounding him with with toys and activities that exposed him to Letters very early on. He knew all of his letters by his 3rd birthday! I have compiled 5 Amazon Finds that we have in our house that he has loved and will help you teach letters to your own toddler. We OWN and use ALL of these products, I would not recommend them if I did not have first-hand experience with them. You can check out each Amazon product by clicking the pictures below.
1. Letter Puzzle
Our FAVORITE letter puzzle is this Melissa and Doug Chunky Letter Puzzle. We also have the Number Puzzle. (He loves numbers too!) His favorite way to do this puzzle is to take turns hiding the letters around the room then going on a “letter hunt” to complete the puzzle!
2. Letter Magnets
We have these Leap Frog Letters that we keep on the refrigerator. It comes with the cute bus for the child to put each letter into. When they press it in, it talks, sings, and teaches them about each letter!
If you want to get really teacher-y, we also use a set like this to help learn lowercase letters and the difference between consonants and vowels.
3. Letter Books
These are just two of our favorites. Chicka Chicka Boom Boom is a classic children’s book that introduces letters. This link is for the board book version. I love using board books with toddlers because they are easier for their little hands to hold and turn pages. Plus they are WAY more durable for destructive tiny humans! 🙂
Any book by Dr. Seuss is great for teaching Early Literacy skills. They are great exposure to letters and rhyming words!
4. Letter Stamps
I love these because they are rubber and can be easily washed and hold up really well. Your stamps will get GROSS, so it is important to have something that will last! I would start out with just uppercase then introduce lowercase to your child. Have them stamp their name or any words they see around them. It is also just a fun free play activity that can expose them to letters. Let them PLAY!
5. Letter Games
So they don’t sell the exact model of the V-tech Alphabet Learning Town that we have, but this Alphabet Apple is their newest version! It does the exact same thing as the one we have. It is super interactive and fun for young children to practice their letters with.