Alphabet Anatomy: Meet The Capital Letters by Linda Ann Jones

imgres-1Looking for a fun and clever way to introduce your child to the alphabet?  “Alphabet Anatomy: Meet the Capital Letters” is a wonderful way to do just that. Every page of this book presents a capital letter A to Z as an interesting character. Each letter has a friendly face, is surrounded by eye-capturing color, and has its own rhyming story that teaches a nifty way to remember the shapes or “anatomy” of the letters. Through these rhymes the story helps children learn how to recognize the sounds that each letter makes (F is “fit and fine”), develop a vocabulary of different words and objects that begin with each letter (“K can fly her kite”), and to be able to understand the shape of each letter (B is “two bellies fat”). Any child that struggles to remember how the letters are written would benefit from this book’s strategies of connecting a letter to the environment; it is much easier to recall the letter M if you know that it is made of “two mountains.” A great tool for language learning at the phonological level, “Alphabet Anatomy: Meet the Capital Letters” provides a unique way for children to build reading and writing skills. Take note preschool teachers, this book would serve as a useful tool to introduce the letter of the week!

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