Thursday, July 4, 2002

Ultimate Alphabet Craft Collection - Master List

Welcome to the Ultimate Alphabet Craft Collection!

The purpose of this collaboration is to collect all of the wonderful alphabet crafts on the web in one place.  This will allow us all to share ideas and inspiration, surf other blogs, and show off our children's alphabet crafts.  :)

Alphabet crafts can be a fun and effective way to teach children letter recognition and beginning letter sounds.


To see crafts for a specific letter, please click on one of the links below:

Letter Aa
Letter Bb
Letter Cc
Letter Dd
Letter Ee
Letter Ff
Letter Gg
Letter Hh
Letter Ii
Letter Jj
Letter Kk
Letter Ll
Letter Mm
Letter Nn
Letter Oo
Letter Pp
Letter Qq
Letter Rr
Letter Ss
Letter Tt
Letter Uu
Letter Vv
Letter Ww
Letter Xx
Letter Yy
Letter Zz

If you would like to add your own Alphabet Craft to our list, it is easy to do!  To join in the fun please visit the specific letter page to add your blog post to our list.

You can grab our button here by copying and pasting this HTML in your blog post.

The Attached Mama's Alphabet Craft Collection



FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:


Does my craft need to be in the shape of an actual letter? 
Answer:  No!  As long as your craft teaches either a letter shape or sound it can be added to the collection.  There are no other rules as far as form or media.

There is already a similar craft in this collection, can I still add mine?
Answer:  Yes!  Please feel free to show off your child's take on the craft project.  No two craft projects are ever exactly alike.  Each child will give their own unique spin on the project. One of the purposes of this collection is to celebrate the alphabet creations made by each child.  So feel free to add it to the collection.

My blog post is already linked up to something else.  Can I still add it?
Answer:  Yes!  Please feel free to add it.  However, make sure you include a link somewhere in your blog posts that directs readers back to this page.  If you would like, you can grab our button (above) and use that.


My craft idea is from another Internet site or book.  Can I still add it?
Answer:  Yes!  However, if at all possible, make sure and give credit where credit is due.  Please let readers know where your idea was from. 

If you have a question that I haven't answered, feel free to contact me!




8 comments:

Love and Lollipops said...

What a fantastic idea!!! Even though I don't have any alphabet crafts to post yet, I'm going to pop this button on my blog asap!

Take Care and Nice to meet you...I came via Mama Jen,
Regards Georgia

Dana said...

Wow,such a super idea, I really love this blog and will be back daily.

Michelle said...

What a great idea!!

Kylie said...

This is great. I've just added to 5 letters and will continue to do so as we work our way through them all!

JDaniel4's Mom said...

I am so bookmarking this post. I will return over and over again.

JDaniel4's Mom said...

This post was selected as one of my great posts of the week. Here is the link: http://www.jdaniel4smom.com/2010/10/great-posts-i-came-across-this-week_16.html

Julie said...

Wow! Love your blog and what a fabulous resource this is! Thanks for finding me. I'm now a new follower.

Renita said...

Oh my!!! What an awesome idea:)!! Thanks for this. It will make our letters so much more fun.

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Have a relaxing Sunday
Renita

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