Letter F

Letters E, F, G and H are great for introducing a wide range of experiences to toddlers and preschoolers. When choosing projects use letter E to introduce the Earth and looking after our planet, Use letter F to introduce “jobs we do” for instance firemen, Letter G gives a great baking opportunity with gingerbread men and finally Letter H - hands and hearts!

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