Learn to Read - Letter Sounds
Cool music and fun games build excitement about learning to read. Letter Sounds covers the most common sound that each letter makes. By the end of this video, kids are combining letters to read words and even simple sentences. Ages 4 - 7.Attention-grabbing music, energetic characters, and action-packed games get kids excited about sounding out letters and learning to read. After a quick review of the alphabet, young learners discover the most common sound that each letter makes. Now, the phonics games really begin! Kids race the clock to say letter sounds before hearing the answers. They'll giggle along as they name the letters heard in silly sentences. Combining letters to make words comes next. And at last, after practicing with common sight words, it's time to read stories composed of simple sentences! The on-screen mouth shows students how to correctly form each sound.Winner of The National Parenting Publications Awards (NAPPA) Honors."I absolutely love your Letter Sounds Video. The phonological and orthological aspects of this video combined with that little human mouth in the upper right hand corner of each screen makes your video the most innovative beginning phonics video I have ever viewed. We intend to order Letter Sounds Video for every Child Development Center in Oakland. Janet Ohanis, M.A., Ed., Administrator, Oakland Unified School District and Pre-K Regional Coordinator, California Reading & Language Project"I teach Kindergarten, and recently showed your Letter Sounds Video for the first time to my class. After the video was over, a student came up to me, rather excitedly, and told me that that video gave me a new brain, and now I can read! My old brain didn't know how to read, but now I can!' Sure enough, he went home that night and read an entire story to his parents! He was so proud of himself, and we are so proud of him too. Keep up the good work!" Cindy DeKeyrel, Skyline North School"I went to a local teacher supply store and asked for a recommendation for teaching early phonics. They told me Rock 'N Learn Letter Sounds was the best out there. I agree. Furthermore, the music is actually pretty good, so it doesn't drive parents crazy." Jeri D.