A FUN WAY FOR CHILDREN AGES 2 TO 5 YEARS OLD TO LEARN THE ALPHABET
AN ALPHABET RHYMING STORY
Each letter corresponds to a child's name. There are Amelia and Ali, Billy and Charlie. That's ABC for you and me.
Darcy and Dan make the letter D and Elliot and Edgar go for E. Frankie lost his frankfurter and Gregory and Greg complete the letter G. Hillary and Harold hold their mother's hand and that completes the letter H. There are so many names, I wonder if your name is included in this alphabet rhyme.What other names could you think of to complete the alphabet? Download and find out!
Hear what others have to say:
"I love it that they use children's names to teach the alphabet. My daughter now recognizes letters through names of family and friends." - A. King.
"Beautiful illustrations. What a quaint way to teach children the alphabet." - Jasmin Y.
"My daughter and I have fun when I read this aloud to her. We play games by coming up with different names that correspond to the letter." - Riku N.