This is the classic ABC song that many of us know. Here it is with visuals of the alphabet which I think is the best way to sing this song. Some children can sing the song, but when it gets to “l, m, n, o, p” then they get mixed up because that part of the song goes so fast. They might not know the letters or realize that section contains five separate lettersl
This video of the song is great because it incorporates auditory and visual senses together. The children are seeing each letter as they sing it, and hopefully they will put the auditory name with the visual letter.
I am an advocate of teaching phonics to children, so needless to say, I think this is a great video. Add that with the fact that music is an excellent way to teach skills to kids in a fun way, and you have an effective learning tool.
Our whole family loves WordWorld! We were first introduced to it when our daughter and son-in-law let their baby start watching it when he was a year old. WordWorld was the only show or video he would watch. He loved it! And the great thing is that he started learning his alphabet, letter sounds, and started reading words from watching this excellent children’s educational programming.
WordWorld is wishing everyone a Happy Valentine’s Day! Here is their Valentine for you: