Today, I am so excited to announce about a project that I have been working on for months alongside my fabulous Mommy friend cum business partner Yuliya Fruman from Welcome to Mommyhood! Yuliya and I are collaborating on a new series called Letter of the Week! We will be sharing weekly activities geared towards teaching young children the alphabets in a fun, hands-on way!

Here’s what you can expect:

  • Letter of the Week curriculum
  • Book recommendations
  • Loads of free printables
  • Hands on activity ideas
  • YouTube videos and explanations of works
  •  Montessori inspired trays

This series will be taking place every Friday until we have covered all letters of the alphabets, so do stay tuned! Also make sure to log on to Yuliya’s blog for some fabulous activity ideas and free printables. Also like her on  Facebook , Pinterest and Instagram for regular updates on all the amazing activity ideas, toddler meal menus and much more!

Make sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel  for weekly dose of fun hands on letter activity ideas!

For now here are some fun Letter of week “Aa” printables that you can download for free!


PicMonkey Collage



Free printables:

A is for Astronaut

Ant – size sorting

Apple Tree finger painting

Letter of the week folder Aa

LOTW – Poster Aa

Lowercase-Uppercase match









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  1. Richa July 27, 2016 at 9:02 pm - Reply

    Hey Amruta. The letter of the week series looks like a lot of fun and learning at the same time. thanks for sharing the same. 🙂

    What is the age at which one should introduce these to the child? My dd is nearly 2 and I was wondering if this is the right age to start on weekly letters. Also, does one teach the phonic sound along or introduce those later?

    • Amruta Ram July 28, 2016 at 1:05 pm - Reply

      Thank you Richa, 3+ is the best age to introduce letters 🙂

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