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Use your photos to create a personalized alphabet book and make learning to read child’s play!
Picture books have always been essential learning tools. Who doesn’t recall their first book? You can now help your child take their first steps as a reader and watch their amazement when all the letters become associated with people and things they know. Here are a few easy tips for creating your alphabet book.
To help you organize your picture book, first choose the format of book you want to design. Select the type of cover—softcover or hardcover—and the format suitable for your child’s age. Next, click on the Alphanimals option in the Creative Themes section. The friendly animals in this book will help your little one to recognize each letter of the alphabet while having lots of fun.
The foundation of your picture book is set. Now you have to select your own photos to add to the alphabet book. For a personalized learning adventure, associate each letter with the first name of a family member—a brother, sister, uncle, aunt, grandparent, cousin—or your child’s closest friends.
Tip: If you’re having trouble with certain letters that are less common, use your child’s favourite toys or objects they use on a daily basis.
Once you’ve selected, uploaded and positioned your photos, you can further customize your child’s book. Use the tools provided in the software to put borders around your photos, alter the size and colour of text, or edit the background. You can even add extra pages to your picture book if you want. Now you can print your album and see your child’s eyes light up when they discover that A is for Antelope, B is for Benjamin, C is for Crocodile—and all the other letters!
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