Russian Letter ‘У’
Explore new letters through creative activities and collaborative projects. Ideal for kids around 3.5 years old. Downloadable file.
What is the “Homemade Alphabet”?
The “Homemade Alphabet” is an album you create with your child to introduce them to the letters of the Russian alphabet. It’s an excellent way to “experience” a new letter, engage in creative activities, and share the experience of collaborative projects.
The “Homemade Alphabet” is an album where you’ll gather your work—coloring pages, appliques, and drawings.
What do you need to create the “Homemade Alphabet”?
You’ll require just a few items: a presentation folder with 40 pockets, colored paper, glue, scissors, colored pencils, the ability to print our materials, and, of course, a bit of imagination and creativity.
At what age can you start making the “Homemade Alphabet” with your child?
All children are different, and mothers know their children like no one else. However, we believe it’s ideal to begin acquainting them with the first letters around the age of 3.5 years.
What downloadable materials do we provide for the “Homemade Alphabet”?
A set of object images, the names of which start with the letter under study
An “odd one out” picture that doesn’t require pasting since the name of the “extra” object starts with a different letter
Images with both lowercase and uppercase letters
Applique and/or coloring materials
Instructions for adults to conduct the activity
Of course, we will certainly highlight any mistakes and challenges that might arise while learning a particular letter.
We’re here for you, always ready to help, provide suggestions, and answer any questions.
The LinguaMedia Team