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Alphabet Art for Your Toddler's Room

By marylweimer |

Learning the alphabet is a toddler rite of passage. Besides laying the foundation for future literacy, it’s a fun way to spend time together, looking at books and helping them make the connection that letters represent different sounds.

Displaying alphabet art is another great way to reinforce letter recognition.

I’ve rounded up 8 examples that would make a wonderful addition to your toddler’s bedroom or play space. Some are modern and bold, while others are decidedly vintage. Some are even customizable for your child’s room.

Check them out!

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Alphabet Art for Your Toddler's Room

Modern Print

This autumn-themed alphabet poster has a decidedly modern feel and would be perfect for your child's modern nursery.
Alphabet Poster, $11 My Friend Matilda

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Mary Lauren Weimer is a social worker turned mother turned writer. Her blog, My 3 Little Birds, encourages moms to put down the baby books for a moment and tell their own stories. Connect with her on Facebook and Twitter.


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Mary Lauren Weimer is a freelance writer and blogger. Her work has appeared in such places as Spirituality & Health and The Huffington Post, and she’s known for her thoughtful and introspective writing about all aspects of motherhood and the parent-child relationship.

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