Teaching letters just got so much easier. Create a little keepsake for your kiddos with these curated ABC books.

Once you have your book ready to add photos, just flip through your camera roll finding images that will match to the letters. You will be so surprised at how many images will work for different letters.

   

B is for Baby, Balloon, Belly, Bandaid, Brooke, Brittany, Beatrice… any family member you have always works great because your little one will recognize them and be excited to show everyone too!

 

F is such a good opportunity to use your latest family picture. Kiddos love looking at pictures of themselves so a cute family picture will get them saying “Mommy Mommy!” and you will never be more proud! F could also be fish, finger, food, farm or flying (if you happen to have the classic dad holding kid up high pic).

If you seem to not have anything for a letter, you can always find a picture and do an emotion too! H is for Happy! S could be for Sad. Your little may be a little too obsessed with seeing themselves or a sibling sad in a picture. It also is such a good opportunity to talk about feelings. “See how sad you look here, why were you sad?” A conversation starter with your little love.

Of course, you have to use your child’s name on their letter! This will be their favorite page. The best advice is to try to have them in as many pictures as you can. They won’t want to part with photos of themselves and an ABC book built in one.

 

Pictures of themselves, their family, their pets, their surroundings is a good way to remember all the good times throughout the year too. If you are a picture takin’ obsessed mama (haven’t met one who isn’t yet) then you could fill a couple different ABC books with all the different possibilities!

Q was a tough one! Grab a crown or make a paper one and Queen it is! Or better yet, throw a crown on yourself and snap a selfie!

Cousins, grandpas, grandmas, friends, pets, food, and the zoo all made this ABC book. Check your camera roll and start making yours and win best parent award!

Make Your ABC Book