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Letter of the week is one of my more popular features on No Time For Flash Cards, we have multiple uppercase crafts for each letter and most lowercase as well. Children learn in context, they learn by authentic experiences and if we single out only one letter the entire week not only is that a artificial environment we are probably missing out on some lessons about other letters that could be coming up throughout the week.  This is also why I include books with my crafts so that your child can make connections from reading, listening and doing the crafts and other activities. When I was teaching we usually started with uppercase letters because I was teaching very young ( under 4) kids and only introducing them to the letters in a very casual way.
That said if I was teaching in a classroom today or writing a curriculum I would do both at the same time.  Children see so many uppercase letters in toys and books but they need lowercase knowledge to be strong before learning to read . I have all of these themes in one ULTIMATE LETTER OF THE WEEK RESOURCE PAGE  newly created for 2015!
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If your preschooler has the patience to complete this giant alligator craft, he’ll be so proud of it! I was sure my boys would love the classic apple stamping project, so it took me off guard when my Three didn’t like it at all.
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I personally like to start with alphabet books but then move into easy simple activities – we have a series called Alphabet For Starters that is a perfect place to start. I don’t think there is an appropriate age to start, instead I think that watching the child and seeing if they start showing interest in letters and then jumping on board.
If you are new here check out No Time For Flash Cards on Pinterest and join our Facebook community for more great ideas. Children learn in so many ways, if we offer diverse experiences they are more likely to not only hold onto the knowledge but also thirst for it. I followed this with my son who picked up all the uppercase letters very quickly much earlier than I expected ( under 2) so followed his lead.

These 25 activities teach all different aspects of the alphabet including letter recognition, letter sounds, letter shapes and just plain fun!
The tricky thing is you need to expose them ( not force- just expose) to letters from an early age so they have the chance to get interested.
These activities are dynamic and are meant not just to teach the alphabet but to make learning letters a memorable and engaging experience. Even when I did Letter of The Week we’d do one main craft that week of one letter but still have a whole alphabet approach. If you choose to follow up with crafts or activities with the letter focus, choose ones your child relates to so the connections come naturally.

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