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- When your child is not in the room, lay out some alphabet cards in a long row – make sure they are scrambled up and out of order.
- Tell your child that you’re not sure what happened, but there’s something seriously wrong with the alphabet and you need their help fixing the letters.
- Have your child try to put the letters in a row correctly. They can sing the alphabet or use an alphabet chart to help them out.
- The sillier you get with this the better! You can make up different stories about what “happened” to the alphabet.