So I'm putting a lot more focus on the lower case now, simply by presenting the "little" letter next to the "big" version whenever we do things letter-related.
For example, recently we worked on a pre-writing skill by using both stickers and dot markers to make the big and small letters (this post coming soon).
I also made letter flash card packets that show pictures that start with a particular letter, presented with both big and little. These are also fantastic for our car rides - I just grab a letter each morning to bring with us. (this post coming soon too!)
I even updated Bug's room design to include the little letters. The way her room is positioned she can stare at her wall alphabet whenever she is awake in her bed (more often than I prefer, but so be it).
|This is the "before" room when we still lived in Calgary.|
|This is the "after" in our Houston home - both letter sizes!|
What have you done to help your toddler/preschooler associate both sizes of letters?