HAPPY TODDLER PLAYTIME

LEAF LETTER STAMP

Freshly fallen leaves are my favourite thing about Fall. The way they blanket our backyard in bright colours of yellow, gold, orange and red always makes me happy.

But I also get excited because I know I have a huge supply of a free and fun material for activities – leaves!

For this idea we used freshly fallen leaves with stamps for a fun and easy letter recognition activity.

Here’s what you’ll need to get started.

Supplies

Set Up

Nature Walk

The prep for this activity is very easy.

First, a fun nature walk. Nature walks are a great way to get outside during the Fall. But they can also be a great way to introduce new Fall related vocabulary.

Letter Leaves

This next part is for you. Using a black sharpie right the letters you want to work on with your toddler and preschooler.

Stamp Away

Next break out your alphabet stamps and ink pad and let the stamping begin!

On some leaves my daughter stamped just a several times and other leaves she just stamped once.

She used both the upper and lower case stamps on each leaf.

With each letter we discussed the sound and thought of words (Fall related, if we could think of them) that started with that sound.

This was a fun and easy letter recognition activity as well as a great fall activity!

WILL YOU TRY LEAF LETTER STAMP WITH YOUR TODDLER AND PRESCHOOLER? SHARE IT WITH OTHERS!

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