As a homeschooling mom with two special needs kids I am always looking for stuff to keep the kids engaged. My oldest is 7 and her brother is 4 1/2. My daughter has multiple disabilities including ASD and ADHD, her brother was just diagnosed as being on the spectrum as well. Either way for those of you unsure about using this program with special needs children rest assured it can work. Both of my kids absolutely hate handwriting but the way Creative Littles is layed out they LOVE IT!! NO FUSSING OR WHINING. My kids want to do the work and it's so very helpful that it's applicable across a wide age range. Every one can work at their own pace and no one feels left out. Thanks Laurie so much for creating this🙂
If you are looking for an engaging way to introduce your child to the world of letters, these printable sheets will become your child’s new best friend. They are cute & engaging and you can be sure they provide a thorough review of each letter. Laurie is so creative! This cohesive kit makes learning letters EASY!
I have three kiddos I am currently schooling-- 6yo K, 4yo Pre-K, and a 3yo Pre-Schooler. This is great product. I love that I can use it with all three of my kiddos. The littlest can color/decorate the letter for introduction, my middle is really starting to learn the sounds and form the letters and enjoys the activities and worksheets, and my oldest enjoys these activities plus uses the game cards to play games, 'teach' the younger kids, and spells the words she's learning to read. Overall, this is a wonderful product and I am looking forward to using it for years to come!
This is a fun alphabet program and just what my kids need. My oldest (in Kindergarten) is VERY artsy, she loves to color and draw. Just plain copy work or repetitive practice of writing is incredibly boring for her (as it is for most kids, I would imagine), so having the extra coloring/drawing aspect is PERFECT for her! My youngest is 3, and she is not quite to the right stage of attempting to trace or write letters, but I'm looking forward to using this with her too since she is very tactile and I think the extra game cards and cut/paste activities will be just what she needs!
I have a 3 1/2 and a 6 year, this curriculum and activities work well for both kids. My oldest knows his letters and is reading at this point, but it is a good reveiw for him and it is something he can do with his brother to help him learn his letters (which both kids enjoy). My youngest is just starting to get into letters, so this will be a great way to start building a foundation. When he is older, we will do letter of the week and really dive in deeper using this curriculum. It is great for review, for building a foundation, digging in deeper to each letter all in a fun way. I also love that we can take it on the go. So we can use it while we have to wait places or go visit family.