ABC Sound Song
- Song: Alphabet & Sounds of the ABC song
- Learning Objectives: This is the ABC letters of the alphabet song with a spin. This song teaches both the 26 graphemes of the alphabet and 26 sounds. It is a good song for introducing learners to the idea that letters make sounds. The song raises their phonemic and print awareness. Please note that there are 26 letters of the alphabet but these letters can make up to 44 phonemes. It is important for learners to know both the letters of the alphabet and the initial sounds of letters.
- Letters: A-Z and 26 beginning phonemes of the alphabet.
- How to Teach: Turn on the phonics music video. Let the students listen and watch once or twice. Break down the song and teach. To do that, tell students teacher will sing four letters and the students the next 4.
Teacher's Line: A, B, C, D
Students' Line: E, F, G, H
Keep doing this and before you know it, your learners will be singing the whole song without any help. Do the same for the sound part of the song.
After teaching learners to sing the song, have the students do some writing activity.
Print out the song worksheet for this video and have them do the writing activities.
By combining listening and singing of the song with writing, the overall result is much improved.
Are you ready to learn your ABCs and their sounds in a fun way? Check out the ABC Sound Song! This song not only teaches the 26 letters of the alphabet, but also their corresponding sounds. It's a great way to introduce young learners to the concept that letters make sounds and to boost their phonemic and print awareness.
Did you know that the 26 letters of the alphabet can make up to 44 different sounds? It's important for learners to know both the letters and their initial sounds. With the ABC Sound Song, your child can sing and learn them all.
To teach the song, simply turn on the phonics music video and let your child listen and watch once or twice. Then, break down the song and teach it by singing the first four letters and having your child sing the next four. Keep repeating until your child can sing the whole song on their own.
To reinforce learning, print out the song worksheet and have your child do the writing activities. By combining listening, singing, and writing, your child's overall understanding and retention of the material will improve.