Top 4 ABC Phonics Videos For Easy Alphabet Learning

Dear parents, how many of you think teaching ABC phonics is a task? How many of you have experienced an issue with your toddler getting stuck at a particular letter and not being able to go any further? How many of you have tried every possible technique, from singing along to counting letters on your fingers or reminding your pre-schooler of the meaningful connections to the letters? Well! I have got a solution to it all. Kindergarten can now be so much fun.

Take a look at 4 beautiful YouTube videos on ABC phonics. They are of brilliant quality (sound and visuals) that can make the entire exercise of teaching alphabet an easy one. Besides, these are melodious and once you have graduated from a few months of one letter of the week, you will notice that your little one is able to recognize every letter.

One more thing to remember is that in order to make the alphabet learning process enjoyable, it is imperative to include music. That’s why we love these videos (even while we are on the move). Also, remember that kids this age learn best through play, so let these videos play in the background while the kids are having fun on an indoor playdate.

4 Really cool and easy ABC Phonics Videos fo fun learning:

Phonics instruction helps kids learn the relationships between the letters of written language and the sounds of spoken language. Other than Youtube videos, these phonics apps for kids help kids practice with basic phonics skills, including recognizing the letters of the alphabet, alphabet matching, and world-building.

1. Rosetta Stone® Kids Lingo Letter Sounds

2. Wee Sing & Learn ABC

3. Eye Spy Touch

4. Hooked on Phonics Learn to Read – Preschool Alphabet and Letter Sounds

Author: Vaishali Sudan Sharma

Mom blogger, books lover, fan of new wave cinema, fond of jazz, lounge and classical music. Love to cook Indian & Italian cuisine.

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  1. These are the videos which we used to watch and listen to when Dhruv was close to 1 and a half year old. The songs are catchy enough to stay with the parents all the time too. We had actually forgotten singing and humming movie songs at that time and instead we were found singing ‘Now I know my ABCs next time won’t you sing with me’ 🙂