George is just beginning to learn the letters of his name, and recognizing it [besides just a ‘G’].
I have got to share with you these books that my boys received from our sponsor, I See Me!, that are helping a ton!
George got The Very Important Preschooler, even though he’s not technically in preschool yet, he goes to daycare two morning a week, and to him, its school. He wants to be in school so bad now that Henry’s in kindergarten all day, every day.
The book is perfect for a kid going to school for the first time and shares about their day at school.
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It’s personalized throughout the entire book. Every single page has his name on it. Not just in the text either, his name is worked into the illustrations on every page. We have a lot of fun searching for his name and then spelling it every time we find it.
Its great for name recognition!
We paired his new personalized book with a name recognition activity we did with some letter stickers.
I simply wrote his name in uppercase letters [because that’s what kind of letter stickers we had].
I sorted through the bag of letter stickers to find the letters in his name. From those letters, George found and matched the stickers to his name. Adding a sticker below each letter to spell out G-E-O-R-G-E.
George knows that his name starts with G. So he thinks every time he sees the letter G, its his name. I think activities like this, as well as others from our 35 name activities, along with The Very Important Preschooler book we got, he’ll recognize his name fast!
More Personalized Books for Kids from I See Me!
The other boys got books from I See Me! as well. There’s tons of personalized books for kids to choose from!
Henry got the Henry’s Very Own Name Coloring and Activity Book that’s all about his name. You can take a tour of the book to see how personalized it really is.
Louis got the ABC What Louis Can Be! personalized book that he’ll grow into and learn his letters with.
George is 3 years old.
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