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Help your little one learn all the letters of the alphabet with this string letters craft and other educational game ideas. Draw the outline of the letters on wax paper and have your toddler use colorful yarn dipped in kid-safe glue to fill in the letters. Once your letters are dry, peel them off the wax paper and hang them on a clothesline. Your child can practice sorting the letters into alphabetical order. For a more challenging game, have your kid try to build simple words.

Help your little one learn all the letters of the alphabet with this string letters craft and other educational game ideas. Draw the outline of the letters on wax paper and have your toddler use colorful yarn dipped in kid-safe glue to fill in the letters. Once your letters are dry, peel them off the wax paper and hang them on a clothesline. Your child can practice sorting the letters into alphabetical order. For a more challenging game, have your kid try to build simple words.

Help your little one learn all the letters of the alphabet with this string letters craft and other educational game ideas. Draw the outline of the letters on wax paper and have your toddler use colorful yarn dipped in kid-safe glue to fill in the letters. Once your letters are dry, peel them off the wax paper and hang them on a clothesline. Your child can practice sorting the letters into alphabetical order. For a more challenging game, have your kid try to build simple words.

Help your little one learn all the letters of the alphabet with this string letters craft and other educational game ideas. Draw the outline of the letters on wax paper and have your toddler use colorful yarn dipped in kid-safe glue to fill in the letters. Once your letters are dry, peel them off the wax paper and hang them on a clothesline. Your child can practice sorting the letters into alphabetical order. For a more challenging game, have your kid try to build simple words.

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