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  • 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.
  • Alrighty! That was fun! Now let's learn more about each letter.
  • Look at the capital A and the lowercase A.
  • Beautiful job! You're great!
  • I see a capital B and a lowercase B.
  • Cool! You've got down the letters A and B.
  • Look at the capital C and the lowercase C.
  • That was delightful!
  • There's a capital D and a lowercase D.
  • 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?
  • Fantastic!
  • I see a capital F and a lowercase F.
  • Great job! You've learned up to the letter F.
  • Look at the capital G and the lowercase G.
  • Hey, we're having a hip hoppin' good time!
  • There's a capital H and a lowercase H.
  • Isn't that special? I think so!
  • I see a capital I and a lowercase I.
  • Jolly good!
  • Do you see the capital J and a lowercase J?
  • 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.
  • Let's learn letters like never before.
  • See the capital L and the lowercase L?
  • 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.
  • Neato!
  • Now there's a capital N and a lowercase N.
  • Oh, my! It's time for O.
  • Look at the capital O and the lowercase O.
  • Perfect!
  • See the capital P and the lowercase P?
  • Quite good.
  • I see a capital Q and a lowercase Q.
  • Radical!
  • Look at the capital R and a lowercase R.
  • Super duper!
  • There's a capital S and a lowercase S.
  • Terrific!
  • Do you see the capital T and the lowercase T?
  • Utterly amazing!
  • Look at the capital U and a lowercase U.
  • Very good!
  • Now there's a capital V and a lowercase V.
  • Wow! You've learned so fast, I'm proud of you.
  • See the capital W and the lowercase W?
  • Extraordinary!
  • Look at the capital X and the 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 are more words that end with the letter X.
  • Yee-haw! You're doing great!
  • I see a capital Y and a lowercase Y.
  • Zowie! We're almost done with the whole alphabet.
  • Do you see the capital Z and a lowercase Z?
  • Magnificent! You're as smart as can be! You've learned all the letters from A to Z.
  • Point to the capital letters and sing them with me.
  • Now point to the lowercase letters and let's sing again!
  • Sometimes you will see letters that look a little different from what you've learned.
  • Let's play a game, so you will be 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.
  • Hey, you're great! You've 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've know your letters, let's play The Name Game.
  • Listen carefully, so you'll 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.