“a” for apple, “b” for ball, “c” for cat…
Learning your letter sounds. This opens up a wealth of possibilities: being able to read a word and then a book. Or being able to write a word, then a sentence and eventually a story of one’s own. Our My Busy Bots bag uses bright, fun pictures to capture children’s imagination so they can identify the matching picture to each letter sound and pin a peg to it.
This activity is suitable for little ones from 4 – 6 years old. As all children develop in their own time, this is a guideline and may vary with your child.
An A6 information card with instructions, ideas to extend the activity and list of skills being developed
26 Laminated A7 letter sound cards
26 Small coloured pegs
1 Brightly coloured storage bag
Skills being developed:
Fine motor skills:
Thumb opposition; in-hand manipulation; pre-writing skills; pincer grip; hand strength; hand eye coordination; dexterity; bilateral hand coordination.
Visual perceptual skills:
Visual tracking and scanning; motor planning; visual discrimination; visual figure ground.
Concentration; problem solving; language and vocabulary; letter recognition; matching.
Patience and perseverance; creativity and Imagination; use of pegs; early reading skills.
* Bags and content colours may vary
Disclaimer: Age titles are our suggestion and are a guideline as you will know your child’s abilities best. Adult supervisions is always required.
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