Alphabet Shopping

You and you child make a pretend shopping list.  Choose two letters that have very different sounds, such as M and D.  Divide the paper in half and put the M on one side and the D on the other. Take the store advertisements and let your child look through them and find items that begin with M or D and put them in the correct column.  Let the child cut out the items  and then arrange them in the correct columns.  Good way to recycle those ads and teach the child.

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