Most developmental experts say that children begin to recognize letters between 2 and 3 and that they can identify letters between 4 and 5. Given this, it is mostly agreed that parents and caregivers should aim to begin introducing toddlers to the alphabet, via colorful books with vivid pictures and letters, by age 2.
If you are a parent looking for books to add to repertoire, consider these great classics.
7 Books for Toddlers Learning the ABCs
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