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My sister made a mural of the kids favorite cartoons and in between had splotches of labeled colors. Miguel knew his ABC's before he could really talk (really late talker) but we did use leapfrog to teach him sounds, which is how he learned to talk. He didn't like numbers until he was almost 6.
We use this with our nephew for abc's and this for numbers.
I think a good way to learn is through puzzles and board games. We had an alphabet puzzle that taught my kids their abc's by age 2. We also have an alphabet poster hung up in the schoolroom. Board games and card games are good for numbers and counting. So are games like "hopscotch" or "mother may I" (take 3 steps, 4 hops, etc..)
you can also go to websites like abcteach.com for letter and number worksheets
to color and practice.
Earthy-Birthy Tree-hugging Mama to 5 (6 for now) great kids:
SciGuy,14 Butterfly Girl,12 Wyldchild,7 FlowerFairy,5 and Babybird,3