Today we got started on a little project that will probably be ongoing. It's a little notebook that has each letter (uppercase) printed on it's own separate page. Whenever M finds a letter she recognizes in the mail or a magazine, we'll cut them out and stick them on the correct page in her alphabet notebook.
Materials: Notebook, 26 pages each printed with a large letter, magazines/mail/stickers, scissors, tape runner or glue
How to: Cut letters out of your materials and have your child add them to the correct page using the glue or tape. M doesn't have the manual dexterity to cut or add tape yet so I did that for her. If you have an older child, they can do those tasks on their own, as well as work on lowercase letters instead of just uppercase.
Source: Inspired by 1+1+1=1