Saturday, November 20, 2010

Alphabet Animal Sounds


This may be one of those things that I've just discovered that lots of people already do naturally, but I've been tickled lately to meet with good success teaching my 15 month-old alphabet letter sounds by treating them like animal noises. Everybody knows that toddlers can't get enough of lions roaring, and monkeys chattering, but it never occurred to me until now that she would love it just as much if I threw in a letter here and there instead of an animal.

Now I ask her, "G, what does a pig say?" then "What does the letter A say?" etc. We also get practice in at mealtime, alternating between "Here comes the piggy," as I oink loudly with the spoonful of peas entering her mouth and "Here comes the letter C!" as I "Cu-cu-ca" with the next spoonful.

Has anyone else found this to be a good trick or had success with similar ideas?

3 comments:

Sue said...

Never thought of that! Sounds like it would work.

Jansen Family said...

I get so many great ideas from you!

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~Carla

www.jollyjansen.blogspot.com
http://HoustonParentsMagazine.com

Jansen Family said...

I get so many great ideas from you!

I'd like to give you the Stylish Blogger Award!! Check out my blog (www.jollyjansen.blogspot.com) for all the details! Have a great week!

~Carla

www.jollyjansen.blogspot.com
http://HoustonParentsMagazine.com