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Best alphabet book to teach your child how to read
AND write the alphabet letters.
A Rhyme for each Letter!
Are you looking for a fun and easy way to teach your child the alphabet? We’re so glad you stopped by!
Did you ever wonder how the alphabet letters got their shapes? Therein lies the secret to Alphabet Anatomy!
Humorous rhymes present a visual and auditory picture of each letter’s shape, sound, and print formation – as children discover what the letters do when they’re not busy making words. So learning about the alphabet letters is easy and fun!
A major difficulty children face in learning the alphabet and learning to read is that letters are abstract and there is nothing inherent in the visual symbols that suggest their names or sounds. Problem solved! Alphabet Anatomy breaks down that barrier, plus children gain the multitude of benefits that rhyming provides, including phonetic awareness, sound discrimination, critical thinking and memory skills, and increased vocabulary.
When children see the alphabet letters come to life according to their shape, they more easily grasp their fundamental components since the letters begin to make sense and are no longer just abstract symbols.
Appearing in their first video, the Alphabet Anatomy Rap! AlphabetAnatomy
Meet the Lower Case Letters is now available too!
Meet Letter A!
“A has a point at the top of her head. Under her belt, she hides apples so red. A – Apples”
Teaching your child how to write the letters can be especially frustrating, but not with Alphabet Anatomy. In addition to providing an easy means for visual and auditory recall of each letter’s shape and sound, the rhymes uniquely present insight on the handwriting strokes required to correctly form each letter. For instance, when reciting letter A’s rhyme, your child will know to make a point at the top (her head) and another handwriting stroke across the middle (her belt) in order to properly form letter A. Reading and writing knowledge occur simultaneously and inter-relatedly.
Letter B invites you to his barbeque!
“B is my buddy. He’s 2 bellies fat, from eating big burgers all day as he sat. B – Burgers”
Letter C loves when cats come to visit!
“C is a circle that doesn’t quite close. Her right side stays open where cats like to doze. C – Cats”
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Designed to accompany “Meet the Capital Letters,” our Parent Guide helps you expand alphabet knowledge with your child in a systematic way with discussion topics, craft activities, and kinesthetic movements for each letter, plus additional learning concepts such as colors and shapes. Staying mindful of ways to engage your child in everyday routine activities that easily transform into valuable learning opportunities will help ensure literacy success. alphabet-anatomy-parent-guide
Now available, “Meet the Capital Letters Coloring & Workbook,” so your child can create art masterpieces while continuing to master alphabet knowledge and increase early literacy skills.
We hope you enjoy meeting Alphabet Anatomy’s letters and unlocking the mystery behind their shapes. Teach your child the alphabet in an easy, fun, and masterful way!
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