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What is SplashLearn?

SplashLearn is an award-winning learning program that uses games and activities to engage kids in grades PreK- 5.

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Encourage Independent Learning with Online ABC Learning Games

There is always a question around whether children should be taught letter identification or sounds first. While there are enough teachers and specialists who will vote for either method, it doesn’t matter which comes first.

Extensive research conducted by experts like Invernizzi, Calkins, Cunningham, Ehri and McBride-Chang suggests that both letter names and sounds are important in helping children learn to read and write. Children should gain familiarity with sounds and sights eventually. However, when deciding which method to employ with your child, let them lead.

Some children are visual learners and learn quickly by sight. Starting with letter names will help them learn faster. Auditory learners pick up by sound, and phonetics may be the starting point with such children. 

Make Learning Joyful with Letter Recognition Activities for Kids

  • Sandpaper letters: This is a time-tested, highly effective method in helping children identify and form letters. Show the child the letter, name the sound, and allow them to run their finger over the grains of the sandpaper. This is a brilliant pre-writing activity that familiarizes children with letter names and sounds and helps them make the association.

Fun tip: Bring out a toy truck, or simply draw one. Call out a letter, ask your child to pick out the sandpaper card, and load it into the truck. Use the letter name or sound, depending on how your child is learning.

  • Sensory activities: A child that uses multiple senses in learning retains better. Simple games like digging for letters in the mud, identifying floating letters in a tub of water, or filling a large outline of a letter with beans can help them enjoy letter identification.

Fun tip: Hide some letters around the house, call out its name and have your child enjoy a scavenger hunt in bringing it back to you.

  • Alphabet practice: Online games and educational tools can help integrate sounds, sight, and movement into the learning experience. Children love to be engaged, and this is an amazing way to help them learn willingly. The Letters A-Z games for kids available online can bring thrill and motivation to learning the alphabets.

Fun tip: Play the games with your child. Take turns, compare notes, and have a great laugh!

Fun Letter Games for Kids : The Wonders of Letter ‘B’

Here are some great ways to introduce letters A – Z to children. Let’s try with the letter ‘B’.

  • The letter ‘B’ is the second letter of the alphabet. Some of the words beginning with the letter ‘B’ are boy, bag, ball.
  • Look at this letter. This is the letter ‘B’. See how there are two big bumps in it! Some words beginning with ‘B’ are boy, bag, ball.
  • This is the letter ‘B’. It makes the sound ‘buh’. ‘Buh’ for boy, ball, bag.

Click here for some innovative Splashlearn Letter A-Z games that can help to learn the letter ‘B’ in an interesting way.

Online Alphabet Games : A Letter-a-Day is a Child's Play

Learning the alphabet is all about regular practice and gradual progress.

When children learn a letter-a-day, it helps them familiarize themselves and learn at their pace. Staying in touch frequently will help them recall and learn quickly. Importantly, it will give you an idea about the letters that they can grasp quickly and those that are challenging. You can make your plans accordingly.

As you progress through the 26-day learning cycle, check against these pointers as your child learns the letters A - Z:

  • Name: Is your child able to name the letter easily?
  • Sound: Have they been able to identify its sound?
  • Apply: Can they give you words that begin with the letter?
  • Write: Can they write upper- and lower-case forms of the letter?

Note: This is not an immediate requisite. Children may take a long time to gain motor skills that can help them write the letters clearly. However, you can check against tracing the outline, forming an approximate pattern, or even writing in sand or water at this stage.

Practice Online Letter Tracing, Letter Sounds and Names with Fun Games

Every letter has a name. Look at the letter ‘C’, for example. We pronounce this as ‘k’ in most words, for example, cap, cup, cot. Sometimes the letter ‘C’ also makes an ‘s’ sound, like in the words ‘receive’ and ‘science’. You will normally find this sound before vowels like ‘i’, ‘e’, or letters like ‘y’.

Explore Interruption Free ABC Games with SplashLearn

Letters A – Z games for kids can bring fun into a tedious learning process. Splashlearn helps bring colors, life, and excitement to the world of tracing letters for kids and sounds. You can now make teaching letters and sounds easier and much more engaging. Use our extensive range of games for your little ones to become a reading whiz!

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