So we've had t is for tree and t is for T-Rex... one last one before we move onto the next letter (P, as we are following a phonetic alphabet in which the first letters/sounds learnt are SATPIN) T is for Tiger!
Vin is really into his 'dot markers' at the moment (a bunch of colourful Bingo Dabbers I bought for a pound each at the Post Office) and can literally cover an entire page with one of them - I took some of his orange creations and let him stick insulating tape stripes over it before cutting out the letters. We're adding letters to his letter book - a big wirebound notebook where I keep all his tactile letters and letter crafts and it is really exciting when he points to a sign or the cover of a book and completely unprompted points out the letters he recognises!
How did you introduce letter learning to your child? Any fun tips to share?