The activity is a fantastic way to introduce or reinforce foundational concepts playfully.  So grab your colorful tape or flashcards, and watch as your living room transforms into an interactive educational playground that keeps your little learner engaged and excited. 


Here's your step-by-step guide to a dynamic learning process that not only keeps your little one active but also creates a strong educational foundation.

WHAT YOU NEED:

Alphabet Walks
Start by taping the alphabet on the floor in a winding path or placing the alphabetical flashcards at stepping distance from one another. Invite your child to walk, jump, or hop from one letter to the next. As they make their way along, encourage them to say the letter name, its sound, or even a word that begins with that letter.

Color Hops
Switch it up by taping different colors on the floor. Each hop is an opportunity for your child to call out the color they've landed on. Take it further by asking them to think of something that has that color – a red fire truck, a yellow sun, a green tree.

Their Own Name Trail
One of the most exciting paths your preschooler can follow is their very own name. Tape the letters of their name in order, and each hop means a chance for your child to identify and say the letter sound or spell out their name. For added effect, celebrate heavily at the end when they have conquered their name in full.

Counting Through Play
Create a numerical path with masking tape to walk and count together. This numerical journey helps your child to recognize and recite numbers more fluently.

Shapes for Steps
A walk among shapes can be a portal into geometry for your preschool child. Tape or place shape flashcards on the ground, and with each step, they can identify the shape, count the sides, and even see if they can find objects in the room that match that form.

Sight Word Stroll
Last but not least, use this method to introduce sight words. Since these words often do not follow phonics rules, it's essential for children to recognize them by sight. Have your child walk the trail of sight words, and each stop is an opportunity for them to read aloud and become more familiar with these keywords.


This activity is a stepping stone to a love of learning.  It's learning, one step at a time!


This is one of the activities from my activity book: Pre-K The Fun Way
The book contains many fun and engaging activities that help your child learn while having fun.

Xx Jeni

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