We’ve been doing preschool at home with fun hands-on learning activities like the ones in our toy cars learning activities.
Today we are ready to dig up some fun with preschool alphabet activities inspired by “E” is for excavator.
Using the broken crayon in our letter “D” activities seemed to help my preschooler have a more typical writing grip, so I pulled out our broken crayons again this week while he practiced tracing upper and lower case letter “E.”
Then we went on to a simple DIY puzzle for the letter E.
I simply traced large Lego (Duplo) blocks ahead of time on paper to form the letter “E.” Then I handed him the sheet of paper and a selection of blocks and had him form the letter “E.”
This was a huge hit with my preschooler, and he went back to his puzzle several times throughout the day.
Scavenger Hunt Letter Activity
After that it was time for a scavenger hunt!
This is super simple to set up and so much fun.
Simply write the letters on squares of paper and hide them for your child to find.
You can easily adjust this to fit your child’s needs. We focused on just upper and lower case letter E, but you could challenge your child further by adding additional letters and asking them to find certain ones.
Our hunt ended at the sandbox, where our next activity was set up.
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