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"videos for kids"project created to teach children the alphabet the way I would've liked to learn the alphabet. Quickly, efficiently and enjoyably.

The site as it now stands is the first phase in a much more complete site which will include lowercase letters as well as a complete phonics section for English.

But for now...first things first!

Recognising the big letters.

Learning the Alphabet and Language theory
Spoken language is represented by written words. Words are formed of groups of letters. These letters all have a sound associated to them. Letters are the smallest unit of written and spoken communication.

In theory, to learn the English alphabet and each letter's use requires a knowledge of both the symbol representing that letter and the phonetic sounds associated to that letter. That is why the teaching of each letters is an equal portion of the letter's name and the sound associated to the letter. Starting with Uppercase letters on the site for now.

I say in theory simply because English phonetics is riddled with exceptions.

Learning the phonetics of the English language is extremely complex. Let's put it this way...there are few letters do not have exceptions in their main sound. Actually, most cases there are several phonemes for each letter of the alphabet. The letter B can sound like 'bat' or might just have no sound like in 'crumb' or 'dumb'. The letter C for example can sound like C for 'cat' or C for 'ceiling' or C for 'Church'. And the list of these exceptions is endless. English is indeed an awful exception ridden language...compared to most.

It is not important which order you learn the alphabet in. It does help however to include the more used vowels initially. As long as your child can recognise the alphabet letter and its primary sound that is the main goal here.

That's a big step to learn to read and write.

Education in general
No website or computerised learning system can replace, or even approach, the effectiveness and value of one-to-one communication

Attempting to make a child meet targets set by an authority (be it school or government) without taking each individual child's abilities into consideration is a major long-term detriment to that child's desire and ability to learn.

Plunking a child in front of the computer and sticking an educational DVD or parentally controlled website (like this one) is not the solution to education. It is an easy way however to vary the content of the subject being learned.

Before a child is forced to conform to the rigid predefined educated mould forced upon him by "targets" he must be free to explore and delve.

... ability in the curriculum is key to achieving optimal learning possibilities to the fullest of the child's potential

Learning the alphabet is an essential step to learning to read or write. Only if you learn the alphabet can you read and write.

Just a little help from family members and friends makes learning the alphabet fun and productive

In my mind there are far too many discussions on forums etc. to try to determine when the best time for a child to learn the alphabet is. The simple and only response: as soon as your child is ready. Trying to match your child to a recipe is a bad idea. You want your child and spent time with your child and you know when they're ready.

Starting with small steps (steps as large as your child can manage) mastering the alphabet is the 1st step in learning to read.


Repetition, repetition is the best way to get something learned...
Learning the Alphabet is a perfect example.
Learn the alphabet.org teaches your child the initial most basic building blocks of the English language. Capital letters. (See long term plans for Lowercase letters) Letters are represented as the symbols that represent the most basic or obvious shapes of the letters.
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