Learn the Alphabet, Poem


			A-a(1) for the Air I breath;
			B-b(2) for the Ball mom gave me 
			to play with;
			C-c(3) for my Cat that, sleeps 
			all day;

			D-d(4) for my Dog my brother 
			likes to take for a walk;
			E-e(5) for my Ears, I use to 
			hear and my Eyes, I use to 
			see;
			F-f(6) for my Fingers, I use 
			to hold things with;

			G-g(7) for the Ground, I step 
			on and the Glass I drink
			my milk in;
			H-h(8) for my House that, my 
			family lives in.
			I-i(9) for the Ice, the Frig
			makes to cool things off;

			J-j(10)for Jello, my mom 
			makes for me, to eat;
			K-k(11) for the key, my mom
			uses to open and close the 
			front door;
			L-l(12) for my Large and
			Small fingers of my hand;

			M-m(13) for my Mom; I love so much 
			and for my Mouth, I fill
			with cookies;
			N-n(14) for my Nose, I use 
			to breath;
			O-o(15) for the Oranges, I love
			to eat;

			P-p(16) for Paper, I write 
			on;
			Q-q(17) for the Quarter my 
			mom gives me, when I clean
			my room and keep it clean;
			R-r(18) for my Rocking Horse
			and the Radio that plays my
			favorite tunes;

			S-s(19) for the Soap, I wash
			my hands with;
			T-t(20) for my little Train,
			I play with;
			U-u(21) for Under the bed,
			where I hide my toys;

			V-v(22) for my Voice I hear,
			when I speak;
			W-w(23) for the Walls that,
			hold our house straight-up
			and keep us Warm In the 
			Winter;
			X-x(24) for the Christmas
			holiday, when the family gets 
			together to decorate our Xmas 
			tree;

			Y-y(25) for our Yard and the
			Year we are in;
			Z-z(26) for the Zoo, where 
			I visit the animals I love
			and for the Zippers, I find on
			my clothes.

Note:This informative poem needs a lot of help from Mothers, Fathers and teachers. The Child can not learn all there is
to know by itself, also each Child has a different capacity for learning, you must follow it and not force him/her.
First you tell the child that, there are twenty six letters in our alphabet, tell him/her of the way the capital and the
small letters look like also about the numbers shown next to the letters, that these letters belong to this number, in
the alphabet. Once the child learns the letters, ask him/her to hunt and show you the letter in a word found in the
newsprint materials. One week with this exercise is enough. The first week, might be hard for the Child to comprehend the
reason for doing this, so, a helping hand is greatly needed here. The following weeks will be easier and faster learning.
Tell the Child that, he/she to create words out of the letters, they learned by just putting the letters together in
different combination order. Teach the child three letters at a time, allowing two to three weeks for the learning process
to take effect.
Here are some words, I will start the process with and you continue this way or use your own method.
You show the Child the word he/she speaks out and what letters the word has, like that: "All" this word has one capital
"A" and two small "ll"; "Baby" this word has one capital "B" one small "a" one small "b" and one small "y"; "Doll" this
word has one capital "D" one small "o" and two small "ll"; "Egg" this word has one capital "E" and two small "gg"; Now,
follow the order of the ALPHABET and get him/her to know all the letters and the creation of their words. Once, you
finish the alphabet letters, ask him/her to create their own list of words. Do not expect an overnight success. Good luck.
If you are satisfied with your child's progress, tell your friends and how to get here, see below, also tell them the
wonderful effects the poem had on your child. Also tell them, this is my free gift, for buying the coloring books.

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