Alphabet Letter Cartoon Characters
The very first step in learning to read is
Research from the National Institute of Health found that the best predictor of future reading success was having the names of the letters thoroughly memorized at an early age. This is a logical conclusion since once the alphabet letter names are memorized - letter sound memorization is right around the corner - (The sound made by each letter is usually heard at the beginning or end of each letter name - except - h - w - and y).
In order to increase the ease of memorizing alphabet letters for young students, we have associated each letter with a unique and creative cartoon character (Baseball Bee - Cool Cat - Dancing Dinosaur - Kind Kangaroo - etc)
To further reduce confusion and increase the rate of memorization, we have divided the letters into two files - lowercase and uppercase. Kindergarten classes should post the lowercase letters at the top of one side of the classroom and uppercase letters on the other side. Parents wishing to give their younger children a jump in the reading process should post the letters along a wall in either the living room or child's bedroom.
Which letters should we learn
first - Uppercase or Lowercase?
To download the alphabet letter
cartoon characters -