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The Preschool Corner: Alphabet Book

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This week we took a little break from schooltime to get ready for company – and just REST! :) I’ve been going back through my previous posts and separating them out and finished up a few more individual letter posts. They are back-dated to when we actually completed them, but if you are interested, you can follow the links here to the letter “C” and the letter “D”. When I have a little more time I will catch up with the other missing letters.

I also uploaded the template for the alphabet book that we are using to paste our activities in. I printed it double-sided on cardstock and then had it spiral bound (the exact word is escaping me at the moment – but it’s the inexpensive version you can have done quickly and easily).

To give you an idea on how we use this booklet, we print it off front/back and have it spiral-bound so that we can add small craft activities to the booklet that begin with that letter. Here’s a little peek at what we did for the letter B.

A brown boat with a blue sail in the blue water.

If you would like to share what you’ve been doing during your preschool time, feel free to sign Mr. Linky below. Guidelines for The Preschool Corner can be found here. Hope you all had a Happy Thanksgiving!!

 

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  • Michelle

    I love the idea of a Preschool corner and I love your Alphabet lessons ~ so cute and fun! Looking forward to reading through the rest of letters you have and excited to start my own. I hope you don’t mind if I follow your format. I mentioned you in my blog as an inspiration ~ thank you!
    ~Michelle

  • Csjom

    Found this through pinterest and am very excited to make this with my 21 month old son and a few other friends. Having an Alphabet Book day!!! Thank you so much for the awesome idea!!!

  • our kids have had so much fun with these! :)

  • Jodi

    For some reason, I can’t get the guidelines for the book. Could you please send it to me at njrupp@hotmail.com? Thanks so much. Looking forward to doing this with my 2 year old.

  • I just updated the post with a picture example of how we use the book to give you an idea of what we do. Essentially, we put together a craft that we can paste into the book that will go along with each letter of the alphabet.

    Here’s a picture of the letter B craft {one year we did a bumble bee for this page} – a brown boat with a blue sail in the blue water… does this help?

  • Johanna

    I have been doing all the letters with my 3 year old and now I can’t find the guideline I was following : (

  • what ones were you using?? do you know? I may be able to help you find them.

  • Kim

    Hi! I was wondering if you had posted the alphabet book as a whole? I would love to see what you ended up doing for all the letters. Thanks!!

  • If you click on the image in the post, it will open the pdf file for you. :)

  • What a great idea to add a craft and spiral binding to make a very special alphabet book! You have the most amazing collection of free printables. Thanks so much, Jolanthe! :)

  • We still have ours from our three youngest kids. They are so much fun to go back through and see the different crafts they made! :)

  • Lori Jackson

    How do I find the craft for each letter?

  • Here are some great handprint ideas that you can use for each letter: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/18366310951361713/

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