I love typography. I can spend half the day just looking at fonts. There are words and letters as décor throughout my house, and not even as much as I would like. There’s something beautiful and powerful about the written word. But in order to get there, we have to start by teaching the basics to the kidlets. Fortunately, there are SO many creative ways to do that.
I want to print and assemble this entire set of letters from Digitprop. I don’t know what I would do with them after that, but they’re so cute it just doesn’t matter.
Since we’re on the subject of paper letters, how about this 3D version from Mr. Printables?
Refrigerator magnet letters are traditional, but that doesn’t mean they have to be day-glow plastic. Try these Alphabet Magnets from Neon Fresh instead.
I’m finding myself drawn to embroidery lately, so I had to include these Flowered Monogram patterns from Needle ‘N Thread.
Turn learning the alphabet into a game with this ABC Bingo from Seven Thirty Three.
With teacher appreciation events coming up, this Crayon Monogram from Chic & Cheap Nursery is a great idea for the classroom.
These Fabric Letters from Little Things Bring Smiles start out with just a few supplies from the craft store.
This Alphabet Match from Coffee Cups and Crayons would be a fun activity for the little ones.
Hands on is always a great way to learn, so encourage those little alphabet newbies with these Felt Stuffed Letters from Buggy and Buddy.
When I set out to write this, I wanted to include some alphabet cookies. Not the kind cut from cookie cutters, but some made by making dough snakes and forming those into letters. Thanks to The Bucket Woman and her Alphabet Cookies for coming through for me.