Young children learn best through hands-on activities (not from worksheets.) Parents can continue to engage with their children practicing the letters of the alphabet using developmentally appropriate strategies.
Children love their names. Learning will stick with children when we can connect it to something in which they have an emotional connection.
Here is a document to send home with ideas of how to learn the letters of the alphabet by sorting the letters in the child’s name…
Add in some practicing of fine motor skills by providing the child a pair of tweezers to pick up the letters.
Document for sorting names with sorting mats and headings for teachers and/or families that have access to a printer: