Alphabet Chalkboard

A few years ago, my dad and I made a train table for the Snickerdoodle and I decorated it to be a chalkboard on the flip side. It hangs on the wall when not being used for trains which is actually most of the time. Recently the little guy got really interested in learning to read and we realized he doesn't know all of his lower case letters so my husband wrote them out for him:


Wanting something more permanent (and having had this on my to-do list for ages), I sat down at my computer and cranked out some letter stickers on the Silhouette cutter. Knowing he might try to peel them up, I opted to stick them down the put a couple of coats of Mod Podge over the top to really make them stick.


This was such a quick and easy project and I'm really glad I did it.


Do you have any crafty ways that you've taught your kids their letters? I'd love to hear about them.

Thank you for reading,

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