ABCs of the Alphabet Song– The ABCs of the Alphabet song is one that most children know. If you have a child who knows it by heart, practice singing along with this worksheet! Learning the alphabet song is a great way for kids to learn their letters and have fun at the same time.
The best part about learning with this interactive video is that you can sing along, point out all of the instruments as they come in, and follow along on your own letter board. It’s never too early to start learning!
Blog post-intro paragraph: A blog post introducing an interactive video teaching how to play “The Alphabet Song” using both lyrics and music notation.
The ABCs of the Alphabet Song! This is a fun and interactive way to learn the alphabet song. We’ll start with A and sing all the way through Z; for each letter, we’ll say what it starts with (A-Apple) and end with (Z-Zebra). We can also do this in reverse order – starting at Z and ending at A. Let’s practice singing our ABCs! Practice saying “apple” for A, “banana” for B, etc., until you get to “zebra.”
For Each Letter, We’ll Say What It Starts With (A-Apple) And End With (Z-Zebra)
A-Apple is for Annie
Z-Zebra is For Zoo.
P is for Pajamas and Phone
S is For Shoe!
What starts with C? A Cat, a Caterpillar, or a Carrot? All of them start with the letter c! What sound do they make together when you say the word ‘cat’? /k/ – that’s it!
That makes sense because all three words have something to do with cats: pajamas are what we wear at night (or in some cases during the day!), phone calls can be made on your cell phones and carrots come from vegetables which help us grow 🙂
Let’s Practice Singing Our ABCs!
Singing the ABC song was a popular method to learn the English letters. This track features the same tune as “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star.” To hear the song four times, click on the audio icon. Listen for the first time, then try singing with the song when it repeats. Sing this song many times, and you’ll learn your ABCs fast too!
Singing the ABC song was a popular method to learn the English letters. This track features “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star.” To hear of sing four times, click on.
Practice Saying “apple” for A, “banana” for B, etc., Until You Get To “zebra.” This
is a language structure called “noun phrase syntax.” A noun typically represents the topic of discussion and what we’re talking about, such as “banana” or perhaps even more specific like “red banana” or some other variation on that theme. This has to do with how meanings are arranged in lexical entries. Check out this PDF for more information:
- Practice saying “apple” for A
- Practice saying “banana” for B
- etc., until you get to zebra. This is a language structure called ‘noun phrase syntax.’ A noun typically represents the topic of discussion and what we’re talking about, such as ‘banana’ or perhaps even more specific.
We hope you enjoyed this ABCs of the Alphabet Song. If you would like to hear more songs, we have a playlist on YouTube where we sing through all 26 letters in alphabetical order and teach kids about things that start with each letter! It’s an easy way for your child to learn their ABCs while singing along.
For example, when they get to Zebra it can be hard for them to remember which animal starts with z but hearing “Z is for Zebra” will help jog their memory quickly. Join us in our journey from A-Z by subscribing or following us on social media below!
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