Sunday, March 20, 2011

Analphabet soup

analphabet \(ˌ)an-ˈal-fə-ˌbet, -bət\ n: an illiterate person who does not know the letters of the alphabet.

Yep, I'd say that definition fits the Fab Four to a tee—or should I say, "a T"? Fortunately, it seems that you don't have to know your letters to love your letters:



I guess I need to get serious about teaching my kids the alphabet ... they're definitely interested!

7 comments:

William, Megan and Avery said...

That's hilarious!

Avery loves the LeapFrog Letter Factory movie... and I love that it teaches them the letter sounds along with the letter. You guys should check it out!

Lori said...

Gotta tell you, the header pictures are just precious!! Love all their smiles!!! :-)

Melody said...

Are those letters made from felt? Simone would love those! Where did you find them?

Suzy said...

Melody: I wish I could tell you where they're from ... I think someone gave them to my mom, second-hand. The kids do love them!

Melody said...

I found some handmade on Etsy, but they are spendy. At times like this I wish I wasn't afraid of my sewing machine. They look like they'd be pretty simple.

Quadmama said...

I love the letters. How cool!

Nate said...

We have those exact same letters - and that is how Isaac learned his alphabet. :) My mom was a teacher and someone came in selling books and stuff and that is where she got them when he was about 18 months old. I remember rolling my eyes thinking, "Great - something with a million pieces for me to pick up." But they have been wonderful - and I wish I could find more. We're missing the Y! :)

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