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It’s no secret that small children love to learn through exploration, creativity and play. And as parents get ready for a remote school year in many parts of the world, they may be considering how they can add color and creativity to the home classroom. What better way than with brightly-colored designs that double as educational tools? That’s why we’ve come up with three fun ideas that help introduce the alphabet to your curious child using engaging designs from the Spoonflower Marketplace and our removable wallpapers. Read below for inspiration—these easy and affordable projects are sure to encourage your young children and their love for learning.

Alphabet Framed Art

Featured design: Animal Alphabet by revista

Create unique framed children’s decor in just a few easy steps. First, pick a playful alphabet-focused design and order on Prepasted Removable Smooth wallpaper. Once your order arrives, trim the wallpaper to fit your frame then hang it where your child will enjoy it for years to come!

Pro Tip: Be sure to plan your project before you place your order so you have enough wallpaper for the number of frames you want to hang.

This project can also be adapted for fabric. Don’t miss our four easy ways to make a wall hanging or learn how to stretch Lightweight Cotton Twill for a custom-made canvas art wall.

ABC Coloring Table

Featured design: English Alphabet Color-In by marta_strausa

Looking for a fun and interactive way to encourage your child’s love for learning? A drawing table or wall is a quick and easy way to enrich your child’s creativity while they learn about letters and animals. Choose a design from our Alphabet Coloring collection and print it on a swatch or roll of Peel and Stick Removable Woven wallpaper. Stick the removable wallpaper at toddler height for hours of coloring fun, or learn how to create the ultimate kid’s craft table!

Learning Letters Memory Game

Featured design: Musical ABC by anda

You and your little one will get hours of fun with the classic memory game. To recreate this childhood favorite, browse the Memory Alphabet Game collection and order your favorite design on a 2″ x 3″ roll of Peel and Stick Removable Woven wallpaper. Once your order arrives, carefully cut each letter out in a square and attach it to cardboard or cardstock of the same size.

Feeling adventurous? You can create and upload your own alphabet designs and to make any of the projects above. Don’t miss even more back-to-school DIY projects here.

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