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April 7th, 2011, 12:48 PM
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My 3.5 year old son is very interested in letters right now. He's been learning them pretty much on his own by pointing and having us tell him what they are. So I was going to start some letter crafts with him for fun. Anyways, he only knows the upper case letters. I pointed to a lower case "a" and he had no idea what it was. I don't find it an issue that he doesn't know the lower case letters, but I wonder if I should start including the lower case letter with the upper case letter in the crafts we do, or if that is something that would only confuse him and we should get a firm grasp on the upper case letters first. I don't want to overwhelm him, but if that is something that is usually pretty easy to learn together I would give it a shot. I know, not a huge deal, but I was just wondering how everyone else went through it.
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