One thing that we can do to help children become life-long readers is expose them to book and the alphabet at young ages. Reading alphabet books is a great way for children to learn all about letters within the context of a book. It’s also a fun way to practice and learn other important skills such as listening and print awareness. There are so many amazing alphabet books from The Alphabet Book by Dr. Seuss to Chicka Chicka Boom Boom by Bill Martin Jr. so we’ve listed 26 Of The Best Alphabet Books From A To Z.
26 Of The Best Alphabet Books From A To Z:
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While You Are Reading:
While you are reading alphabet books to kids, ask them questions such as:
- Can you find the letter m on this page?
- What letters do you see?
- What letter do you think will come next?
- Can you air write the letter m?
- What letters do you think we will see in this book?
- What letter does mouse begin with?
Asking children questions before, during, and after they read will help them to practice identifying letters and comprehend what you are reading.
Hands-On Alphabet Activities:
After we read one these alphabet books, we love to do fun and hands-on activities to practice recognizing letters in other contexts. Not only do these activities help children to practice the alphabet but they also help with letter formation and fine motor skills too. Click on the picture to learn more about each one of these activities.
Reading Alphabet Books is a fun way for young children to learn all about letters and other important skills that will help them to become life-long readers.