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New Alphabet SongEdit

(Al) "Hello, kids! My name is Alphabet Al, but you can just call me Al. Let's sing a song to help us remember the 26 letters in our alphabet."

A, B, C, D, E, F, G,
H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P,
Q, R, S, T, U, V, W,
X, Y, Z.
I'm Alphabet Al, now sing with me.
We'll learn our letters so easily.
The capital letters are big and tall.
Look at them now and sing them all!
A, B, C, D, E, F, G,
H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P,
Q, R, S, T, U, V, W,
X, Y, Z.
The lowercase letters are sort of small.
Look at them now and have a ball.
a, b, c, d, e, f, g,
h, i, j, k, l, m, n, o, p,
q, r, s, t, u, v, w,
x, y, z.

A Edit

(Al) "Alrighty! That was fun! Now let's learn more about each letter. Look at the capital A and the lowercase A."

Let's sing some words that start with A.
Because it's fun to learn and play.
Acrobats, ants, and astronaut.
Apron, acorn, apricot.
[repeat one more time]
These are words that start with A.
We had some fun learning today.

B Edit

(Al) "Beautiful job! You're great! I see a capital B and a lowercase B."

Here are some words that start with B.
Come on and sing them now with me.
Banjo, bicycle, and baboon.
Basketball, bucket, and balloon.
Banjo, bicycle, and baboon.
Basketball, bucket, and balloon.
These are words that start with B.
That makes two letters, you've learned with me!

C Edit

(Al) "Cool! You've got down the letters A and B. Look at the capital C and the lowercase C."

Cactus, camel, candy cane.
All these words begin that same.
Cowboy, cupcake, cuckoo clock.
These are C words, now let's rock!
[repeat one more time]

D Edit

(Al) "That was delightful! There's a capital D and a lowercase D."

Doctor, dolphin, and dinosaur.
Sing these D words and learn some more.
Donkey, drum, and domino.
Are more D words that you now know.
[repeat one more time]

E Edit

(Al) "Excellent! We've learned the letters A, B, C, and D. Now let's learn the letter E. See the capital E and the lowercase E?"

Elephant, egg, and Eskimo.
These are some of the E words I know.
Eel, eraser, and eagle, too.
These are E words just to name a few.
[repeat one more time]

F Edit

(Al) "Fantastic! I see a capital F and a lowercase F."

Fingers, firefighter, and fishbowl.
These words start with F, I know.
Feathers, flowers, and flamingos, too.
Start with F, I can tell you.
[repeat one more time]

G Edit

(Al) "Great job! You've learned up to the letter F. Look at the capital G and the lowercase G."

Sing some G words then will hum.
Gorilla, grasshopper, and some gum.
These are G words that what they are.
Grapes, goggles, and guitar.
[repeat one more time]

H Edit

(Al) "Hey, we're having a hip hoppin' good time! There's a capital H and a lowercase H."

We'll sing H words and have some fun.
Join in now, everyone.
Hamburger, hamster, helicopter.
Harmonica, hammer, hummingbird.
Hamburger, hamster, helicopter.
Harmonica, hammer, hummingbird.
We've sung H words and had some fun.
Now our little song is done.

I Edit

(Al) "Isn't that special? I think so! I see a capital I and a lowercase I."

I have I words to sing with you.
Inchworm, iguana, and igloo.
These I words you might have heard.
Icicles, island, and iceberg.
[repeat one more time]

J Edit

(Al) "Jolly good! Do you see the capital J and a lowercase J?"

Have fun with words that start with J.
Sing out loud with me today.
Jack-o'-lantern, jellyfish, and jellybeans.
A jet, a joker, and a pair of jeans.
Let's all sing, and let's all play.
Learn some words that start with J.
Jack-o'-lantern, jellyfish, and jellybeans.
A jet, a joker, and a pair of jeans.

K Edit

(Al) "Keep it up, you're doing great! It's time to learn the letter K. Oh, my! There's a capital K and a lowercase K."

Kangaroo, kayak, and a key.
These K words are fun for me.
Ketchup, king, and koala, too.
Are more K words I sing with you.
[repeat one more time]

L Edit

(Al) "Let's learn letters like never before. See the capital L and the lowercase L?"

Here are L words for us to learn.
Ladybug, ladder, and lantern.
Sing L words then jump and hop.
Lemon, lion, lollipop.
[repeat one more time]

M Edit

(Al) "Mmm, marvelous! We're almost halfway through the alphabet. Look at the capital M and the lowercase M, and sing these fun M words with me."

Microscope, a mermaid, or a monkey.
Some mountains, a moose, or a manatee.
[repeat one more time]
Many more words may start with M.
Just look at signs and watch for them.

N Edit

(Al) "Neato! Now there's a capital N and a lowercase N."

Necklace, nut, and nickel.
All begin with N.
Napkin, notes, and nest.
Sing these words again.
Necklace, nut, and nickel.
Sing with me, my friend.
Napkin, notes, and nest.
All begin with N.

O Edit

(Al) "Oh, my! It's time for O. Look at the capital O and a lowercase O."

Sing O words then drum with us.
Ostritch, otter, octopus.
More O words that you should know.
Overalls, oval, and oboe.
[repeat one more time]

P Edit

(Al) "Perfect! See the capital P and the lowercase P?"

Panda, parachute, and pool.
These P words are really cool.
Pizza, pirate, and porcupine.
Sing P words, you're doing fine.
[repeat one more time]

Q Edit

(Al) "Quite good! I see a capital Q and a lowercase Q."

We'll dance and play and learn some, too.
Let's sing some words that start with Q.
A quarter and a quail,
Each has a tail.
The quilt and queen,
They look good in green.
Quarter, quail, quilt, queen.
These are Q words I have seen.

R Edit

(Al) "Radical! Look at the capital R and a lowercase R."

Let's sing words that begin with R.
Join with me, now here they are.
Raccoon, rattle, and radio.
Rocket, rooster, and rainbow.
Raccoon, rattle, and radio.
Rocket, rooster, and rainbow.
R words are all around.
Look for them and they'll be found.

S Edit

(Al) "Super duper! There's a capital S and a lowercase S."

Sing these S words loud and clear.
So people hear them far and near.
Submarine, slide, and surfboard.
A snake, a snail, and a sword.
These are S words you can see.
We learned letters easily.
Submarine, slide, and surfboard.
A snake, a snail, and a sword.

T Edit

(Al) "Terrific! Do you see the capital T and the lowercase T?"

These are words that start with T.
Join in now and sing with me.
Tiger, treasure, and trombone.
Turtle, tent, and telephone.
We can learn so easily.
To sing words that start with T.
Tiger, treasure, and trombone.
Turtle, tent, and telephone.
La, la, la, la, la, la, la.
La, la, la, la, la, la, la.

U Edit

(Al) "Utterly amazing! Look at the capital U and a lowercase U."

Let's sing U words and we will jam.
Umbrella, umpire, Uncle Sam.
Sing more U words and spin with me.
United States, unicycle, and ukulele.
[repeat one more time]

V Edit

(Al) "Very good! Now there's a capital V and a lowercase V."

These are words that start with V.
Sing them out so easily.
Vulture, valentine, and a van.
Volcano, vest, and violin.
These are V words you should know.
Sing them here and on the go.
Vulture, valentine, and a van.
Volcano, vest, and violin.

W Edit

(Al) "Wow! You've learned so fast, I'm proud of you. See the capital W and the lowercase W?"

These W words give me a thrill.
Walrus, wagon, and windmill.
W words are top notch.
Waffle, watermelon, and a watch.
[repeat one more time]

X Edit

(Al) "Extraordinary! Look at the capital X and a lowercase X. Now X is a funny kind of letter. A few words begin with X, like the word, xylophone, and X-ray. But there more words that end with the letter X."

A fox, and a box.
An ax, and an ox.
Fox, box, ax, ox.
These are words that end with X.
What will people think of next?

Y Edit

(Al) "Yee-haw! You're doing great! I see a capital Y and a lowercase Y."

Let's sing Y words, you get the knack,
Yogurt, yarn, and a yak.
A few more words for you to know,
Yam, yellow, and yo-yo.
[repeat one more time]

Z Edit

(Al) "Zowie! We're almost done with the whole alphabet. Do you see the capital Z and a lowercase Z?"

A few Z words then we'll be through.
Zebra, zipper, and a zoo.
These Z words come from me to you,
Zebra, zipper, and a zoo.

Alphabet Review Edit

(Al) "Magnificient! You are smart as can be. You learned all of the letters from A to Z. Point to the capital letters and sing them with me."

A, B, C, D, E, F, G,
H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P,
Q, R, S, T, U, V, W,
X, Y, Z.

(Al) "Now point to the lowercase letters. And let's sing again."

a, b, c, d, e, f, g,
h, i, j, k, l, m, n, o, p,
q, r, s, t, u, v, w,
x, y, z.

Funny Looking Letters Edit

(Al) "Sometimes you may see letters that look a little different from what you've learned. Let's play a game, so you will able to recognize the funny looking letters. First, I will ask you to tell me what color a letter is, then I will say the answer. Try to answer before I do."

Look for the G's all around.
Tell me their color and touch the ground.
The G's are blue.
Look at the letters and tell me, please.
What color are the letter T's?
The T's are red.
Look all around for the letter A's.
Tell me their color before I say.
The A's are green.
Now, look for the letter K's.
Tell me their color before I say.
The K's are orange.
Look up and down for all the Q's.
Say their color before I do.
The Q's are purple.
Look for W's as our last one.
Tell me their color then we'll be done.
The W's are pink.

The Name Game Edit

(Al) "Hey, you're great! You not only know the names of your letters, and what they look like, but you also know how to find those tricky letters. I have an idea. Now that you know your letters, let's play "The Name Game"! Listen carefully so you know what to do. When you hear a letter at the beginning of your name, stand up. Then, when you hear the bell, sit down."

Everyone here has a name,
So let's all play a little game.
What letter does your name start with?
What letter does your name start with?
Kevin and Kaitlyn start with K.
Sam and Sonya start with S.
Becky and Brad start with B.
Does your name too? Stand up with me.
Felicia and Frank start with F.
Oscar and Olivia start with O.
Virgil and Vickie start with V.
Does your name too? Stand up with me.
Lorrie and Larry start with L.
Uma and Ulysses start with U.
Cameron and Carol start with C.
Does your name too? Stand up with me.

(Al) "Oh, yes!"

Rachel and Ronnie start with R.
Yolanda and Yanni start with Y.
George and Gwen start with G.
Does your name too? Stand up with me.
Helen and Harry start with H.
Quentin and Quilla start with Q.
Zorro and Zamora with Z.
Does your name too? Stand up with me.
Xina and Xerxes start with X.
Marvin and Missy start with M.
Denise and David start with D.
Does your name too? Stand up with me.

(Al) "Now we're having some fun."

Jerry and Josie start with J.
Allen and Amy start with A.
Tia and Tony start with T.
Does your name too? Stand up with me.
Ned and Natasha start with N.
William and Wendy start with W.
Eddie and Ellen start with E.
Does your name too? Stand up with me.
Iris and Ivan start with I.
Penny and Paul start with P.
Does your name too? Stand up with me.
Everyone here has a name.
We had some fun and played the game.

Traditional Alphabet Song Edit

(Tune: "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star")

A, B, C, D, E, F, G,
H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P,
Q, R, S, T, U, V,
W, X, Y, Z.
Now I know my ABC's.
Next time, won't you sing with me?
A, B, C, D, E, F, G,
H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P,
Q, R, S, T, U, V,
W, X, Y, Z.
Now I know my ABC's.
Next time, won't you sing with me?
A, B, C, D, E, F, G,
H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P,
Q, R, S, T, U, V
W, X, Y, Z.
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