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Together with your child, look through magazines and newspapers for things that begin with the letter F. Help her cut out each picture and glue or tape the images to a large, blank piece of paper. Label your collage by writing the letter "F" at the top of the page.

 

Fall Feast

Read the blue labels. All the words begin with the same letter, like the first letter in the word fall. What other words begin with f?

The letter "F!"  

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When you're in the car or walking around outside, look for the letter E on store or street signs. Encourage your child to find the letter E in words such as "Enter" and "Exit." How many letter E's can you find altogether?

 

Everybody Eats

The E family especially loves to eat. Read the blue labels. The letter e can make different sounds, like the

first sound in the word elephant or the word eat. Use your ears to hear the difference!

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Every day, your child sees words all around him. Help him learn that words are made up of letters, and that letters are symbols for sounds. Use the tips and videos to open up the wide world of words for your child.

Names Are Made of Letters

Encourage your child to notice that letters are the building blocks of words. Start by placing a printed alphabet around the room. Say each letter with your child as you point to it. Try cutting out the letters of your child's name, and ask her to color the letters. Hang the designed name somewhere in her room. From time to time, give examples of words that begin with the letters that make up her name, especially the letter her name starts with.


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