We did this fun activity using wooden clothespins in two languages. Firstly, we wrote two sets of alphabets on clothespins and put each alphabet in its own ziplock bag. You can use stickers, instead of writing out the letters – we just didn’t have any stickers.
When it was time to work on our English letters, we pulled out some flash cards and my preschooler had to match the words on the cards with the letters on clothespins. This exercise is not only good for spelling and letter recognition, it is also good for fine motor skills.