Know Your ABCs Detailed Description

The Know Your ABCs – Alphabet Lessons and Games Course is made up of two different units designed to introduce all the letters of the alphabet and reinforce their pronunciation and order.  

Unit Overview




Alphabet Game
Introduction to the upper and lower case letters of the alphabet, with emphasis on the letter-sound correlations.  


Alphabet Order
Upper and lower case letters practice with emphasis on alphabet order of letters.



Each Unit is conveniently subdivided into smaller 15-minute Learning Session (LS), used to introduce, reinforce and review the contents of the unit.  Each Learning Session is made up of an interactive game plus a worksheet to help students organize and pace their learning, and also allows parents and teacher to keep track and evaluate their progress.
Lesson Session Overview



Interactive Program



Alphabet Game
Practice the pronunciation and recognition of the letters of the alphabet, and their occurrence in common words.

At the Movies:
Watch your favorite letters on the big screen. Hear each word pronounced, and learn new words that start with the same letter.

Alphabet Sounds (W1-W3):
Practice linking sounds to the words listed on the exercise.  There are




Sound Recognition (W4-W6):
Read out the name of each picture and write the corresponding letter of the first sound that the word begins with


Alphabet Order
Increase understanding of the order and relationship between the letters of the alphabet.

Swing Ride - Put letters in alphabetic order:
Put the children (each representing a letter of the alphabet) in their correct order on the swing ride.

Uppercase (W1):
Look at the caterpillar in each example and fill in the missing letter that comes either before, between, or after the other letters of the alphabet




Lowercase (W2):
Look at the caterpillar in each example and fill in the missing letter that comes either before, between, or after the other letters of the alphabet





At the completion of the course, the student should demonstrate the ability to pronounce and recall all the letters of the alphabet in their correct order with confidence.  In addition, they should also be able to associate the sounds of words with the letters of the alphabet, and to recognize and complete the first letter of some commonly used words.  A sound grasp of the content of this course will contribute towards their ability to spell words and use the dictionary in later stages of their learning curriculum.

The following recommendations provide guidelines for students wishing to gain the most benefit from their study using the program:

  • Continuity is important.  The course is designed to be self-pacing, so you may be working on one lesson session for several days or complete two lesson sessions in one day. Regardless of the progress, it is critical is to work continuously and regularly in order to develop good learning habits that will stay with them throughout their education.
  • Be flexible. It is recommended that a student should work on the course for 15-30 minutes a day.  However, there is a lot of flexibility in how you can use that time. You can choose to just do the interactive game during one session, and tackle the worksheets the next day, or combine both activities in each session until the designated lesson session is completed.
  • Do not skip worksheets! All lesson sessions consists of an interactive program and a printable worksheet. It is very important to complement the interactive programs with the worksheets. They have been designed as a valuable learning reinforcement to further help students improve their reading and writing skills.


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