Mom to Mom: DIY Cardboard learning activity

(41NBC/WMGT) — Today we are making a cardboard letter match for those little ones who are looking to learn maybe their ABCs or their numbers. It’s fun and inexpensive and you should already have most of the materials in your home.

So what you’re going to need to make this a letter match is a toilet paper roll,  sticker dots used for labeling things and a Sharpie. All right. So what you want to do is take your toilet paper roll and then just start writing your alphabet on there. If you want to start with so many, maybe A through N, you can do that and then do the rest on another paper roll.  Then you’re going to write the letters on your sticker dots. Once you’re done doing that, then you’re going to grab your little one and pretty much just show them how to do it.

So they want to take the letter A and match it to the letter A on the toilet paper roll, and so forth. Once they finish that, then you could probably work on their numbers, or if you wanted to spell out a word. However you want to do it, to help your kiddos learn their letters and their numbers, that’s perfect.

They’ll always enjoy this. It’s super cheap and inexpensive and it’s just a lot of fun.

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