Alphabet Anatomy - The Art of Learning the Letters and Their Lives

Letter A Vocabulary

“A has a point at the top of her head.

Under her belt, she hides apples so red.

A – Apples”

 

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As you can see, letter A absolutely adores apples.  In fact, she can hardly contain her adoration and can often be heard advocating the healthy advantages of ingesting apples by loudly proclaiming, “Apples Promote Positive Living Everywhere.”  She made it up herself.  lol…

 

Most days she is accompanied by her many animal friends feasting upon an astonishingly appetizing apple dish, the preparation of which is one of her favorite activities.  And she admittedly delights in the accolades acquired as a result of her culinary accomplishments.

 

As long as there are no alligators around, she enjoys all kinds of adventures.

 

Letter A adamantly aspires to act admirably at all times.

 

Wow, look at all your new vocabulary words!

 

Adore: to regard with the utmost esteem, love, and respect; to like very much.

 

Advocate: to support or urge by argument; recommend publicly.

 

Advantage: any circumstance, opportunity, or means specially favorable to success or a desired end.

 

Acronym: a word formed from the initial letters or groups of letters of the words in a name or phrase.

 

Accompany: to go along or in company with.

 

Astonish: to fill with sudden and overpowering surprise or wonder.

 

Accolades: any award, honor, or laudatory notice.

 

Adamant: utterly unyielding in attitude or opinion; inflexible.

 

Admirable: worthy of admiration; inspiring approval or respect; excellent.

 

Letter A’s character trait – Admirable!

 

Letter A is aware that her animal friends are always watching her actions and that she is setting an example for them.  She is always mindful of her responsibility to act “admirable” so that she sets a good example of kindness and respect.

 

What are some ways that you can act admirably and set a good example for others?

 

Something extra special about letter A!

 

Did you know that letter A is a vowel?  Out of all 26 letters, there are 5 vowels — A, E, I, O and U.  All of the other letters are called consonants.  The reason why the vowels are so special is because it’s impossible for the consonants to make a word without the help of at least one of the vowels.  So that makes letter A a very important letter!

 

Here’s an activity for letter A!

 

Remember letter A’s favorite thing – A P P L E:

A  pples

P  romote

P  ositive

L  iving

E  verywhere

 

Write the letters in your first name, or name some of your favorite things, and then make sentences using each of the letters.

 

Some of letter A’s favorite books!

 

http://www.amazon.com/Biggest-Apple-Ever-Steven-Kroll

http://www.amazon.com/Ten-Apples-Up-Top-Green

http://www.amazon.com/Apples-Gail-Gibbons

http://www.amazon.com/Apple-Pie-Tree-Zoe-Hall

http://www.amazon.com/Johnny-Appleseed-Jodie-Shepherd

 

Thanks for visiting with letter A!

 

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