Sometimes it can be hard to part with old toys and games the kids don’t use anymore, whether for sentimental reasons or because you just aren’t quite sure what to do with them, especially if they look well loved or pieces are missing.
Growing Book by Book has collected 16 great ways to reuse old toys and games for building literacy.
From sight word Connect Four to alphabet dominoes, using Nerf guns for sight word recognition and building words with blocks, these ideas are sure to bring new life to old favorites and allow a little playful learning at the same time.
Have you ever repurposed a game or old toy for an educational purpose? I’d love to hear your ideas!
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