Sometimes bathtime to your kids is a struggle, not just to the kids, but to mommies too, who handles all those struggles. So it is very important to make bathtime a fun time. So as parents, you are on a mission to make life funner. That word funner just makes me smile. In order to accomplish this mission, you need to find and explore new creative and out-of-the-box twists to accomplish them.

You can find several ways to liven up bath time. Check them out!


Bathtub Letter Fishing Game is really easy to make. It's a simple and quick way to make your own bathtub fishing game for kids using magnets. It makes a great boredom buster and learning experience. It's fun for kids of all different ages!

Bathtub Letter Fishing Game is truly wonderful game, and exciting one! It's actually a bath time and learning time as well. Yes, it's learning alphabet at the same time. Learning the alphabet is a big job. Unlocking letters and sounds is a huge step in the process of learning to read, and we love to make practice fun.

This super engaging alphabet game can also double as a sensory bin and "seek and find" game. It is super fun for your preschooler or kindergartener – or any child who is working on mastering those letters and sounds.

Gather your magnetic letters and a stick with a metal attached to it. Spread the letters out on the tub with waters and call out a letter for your child to find. Then the child works on the desired skill and has some fun as well by picking up the letter you call out.

For children just beginning to learn the alphabet, you can put at least 5-10 letters. For more advanced learners the letters can add more letters and be mixed up to promote advanced letter recognition! It can also be played by having you make the letter sound and the child being asked to find the corresponding letter, or even as a spelling game. If you are thinking of spelling game thru letter fishing, then just say a word and your child must fish for the letters to create that word. By making a few new letters, the game can even be used to help beginning readers to identify sight words. So many possibilities!

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