I saw this workbook at CVS "Hip Hip Hooray for School" for 3 years old and up. It is perfect for Jackson right now and has 160 pages of worksheets. The first page works on the "m" sound and you say the name of each picture and circle the objects whose names begin the "m" sound.
We do about 2 or 3 worksheets a day (if it was up to him we would do a lot more). I know a lot of other moms who teach there kids at home have letter days. For example, Monday would be "m" day. They practice writing the letter "m" and finding objects around the house all day that start with the "m" sound. Have you tried this? Do you find this helpful?
We are also learning how to write letters (he does not get frustrated anymore when he cannot hold his crayon correctly).
Other suggestions from friends to do once your toddler turns 3 are:
- Handwriting without tears
- Brain Quest Worksheets
- Visiting Learning Express Toys. I recently got Jackson a matching memory game there.
What are some things you like to do with your three year olds at home that help them learn?