Previously Published Book
Pictures of familiar people and objects will work best when using this book to teach the alphabet. Our illustrations mainly begin with short sounds. In early learning, it helps initially to use either the short sounds only (a for apple) or the long sounds only (a for ape), to avoid confusion. With repetition and progression, the child will eventually associate the pictures with the letters and will understand that most letters have more than one sound.
As your child progresses, teach them to say the name of the letter and then the sounds illustrated. Then the actual names of each letter of the alphabet will be learned.
Most of all, make it fun !