Alphabet books are a great way to teach your child about alphabet letters and to document your child’s work. To start, all you’ll need is a 2 inch, 3-ring binder. I added this cover with Troy’s age on it. I’d like to do an alphabet book with him each year until Kindergarten or so. If you’d like to download a free copy of this cover to personalize, click here.
I put protective sleeves inside the binder for each letter. When we study a letter, we will create a colorful letter and then add it to the book. When we did apple painting, we created this letter ‘A’.
On the backside, you can add a craft or something you did when you were learning about that letter. This is just a good way to store crafts and to showcase the work we’ve done. We made this apple from a paper plate for a craft.
I thought this would be a good way to organize his work, especially since I don’t like clutter and I can see these crafts and projects piling up at the house.
We’ll be adding to this in the weeks to come!! We started learning about the letter ‘P’ today, so stay tuned tomorrow for more on that and pumpkins!
I hope you can use this to create your very own alphabet book with your child!