What toddler homeschool curriculum will help my teach letters to my child?
This post is all about the H is for Hat Toddler School curriculum. Come and see the fun activities that are included in our letter H packet. There is so much to practice and learn for your toddler. You can get all printables and ideas for H is for hat (and all other letters) from my Toddler Curriculum.
H is for Hat Toddler School
(Read here about appropriate ages for the Toddler Curriculum)
Make the Letter
Glue tracing: write several H and h on a piece of paper. Have toddler trace the letters with glue from a glue bottle.
Picture Matching. Draw a line from each big picture on the left to the small picture on the right that matches.
These trays are so fun! Your child will not only enjoy them but also learn great skills.
Draw hats on the people. Decorate the construction hat.
Put “hats” (eraser toppers) on pencils.
Glue hole punch circles onto mini sombreros.
Tape numbers 1-5 on dot markers. Make tiny party hats from paper and make sure they fit on the markers. Put correct number of hats on markers.
Print hats from printable in Toddler Curriculum. Put biggest hat on bottom, next biggest on top, then next biggest, etc.
Size sorting. Sort hats into small, medium, and large columns.
Starfall letter H online book. I’m sure your child will loves these as much as we do.
This is a great book for our hat theme. Try picking up Caps for Sale at your local library or buy it on amazon.
Letter H Craft
Decorate a birthday hat.
For this activity use craft sand as the base for the sensory bin. The color looks weird in the pictures, but in real life it looks much more inviting. There is blue, white, and yellow craft sand and lots of H and h items. See my ABC Sensory bin post for ideas about what to put in the sensory bin.
I love having a plan and I love doing lots of fun things with my child. However, when things have been so busy for me the last few weeks, it was SO nice to just do toddler trays and the H sensory bin. And you know what? He still worked on a ton of skills. Yay for a curriculum where I can take things away or add them depending on our situation!