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Make a Name Letter Book

What you need:
Paper
Scissors
Glue
Magazines
Crayons
Stapler

What you do:
1. Mark one page of paper with each letter of your child's name.

2. Work with your child to cut out letters from magazines and paste them on the page with the same letter. Say the letters.

3. Staple the pages together into a "Name Letter Book."

Why it works:
Your child learns to identify letters of the alphabet and their corresponding sounds.

© 2000 National Center for Learning Disabilities

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