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Posted by Ellen on 11/5/2014
Simply open up a blank Word doc, enlarge the font and start asking your child to type the different letters. Katie, my 2-year-old, absolutely LOVES this "game". She sees me typing away and this gives her the feeling that she's doing the same thing. I have her sit on my lap with my laptop on a lap board on top and ask her to type "B, for baby" or "C, for Charlie". She really gets a kick out of seeing the letters she's typed appear on the screen and again, she's having so much fun that she has no idea that she's learning. We stick with "caps lock" on as she's just beginning to identify letters, but soon enough I'll have her type in lowercase letters as well.
We play this splendid game with numbers, too. Again, there's no reason you couldn't extend this activity to include spelling practice (type in the word, "bat") rhyming words (type in a word that rhymes with "bat", sums (type in the sum of 3 and 9) and differences (type in the answer to 10 minus 8), and so on.
Keep kids laughing and enjoying themselves, and you'll keep them open to learning endless amounts of things!
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