These fun alphabet song videos will get your students engaged and learning! We’ve compiled a complete list of teacher-approved songs for you to easily use in your lessons.
We love using videos to help us teach, so we’ve gathered a bunch of our favorite videos to help teach the letters of the alphabet!
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Alphabet Song by Have Fun Teaching (4:36)
This song provides practice identifying the names and initial sound of all the letters in the alphabet. The repetition of seeing the letters as the song is played will [provide your students the much needed practice some require.
The Alphabet Song by Jack Hartmann (4:05)
Sing along with Jack Hartmann as he sings through the letters of the alphabet while identifying its name and initial sound while offering a visual of a word that begins with each letter.
Harry Kindergarten – Learnin’ My Letters (Run time 2:08)
You kids will love singing along to this catchy rap version of the alphabet.
Do You Know Your Alphabet by Harry Kindergarten (2:41)
In this song it asks, do you know your alphabet? And gives kids the opportunity to help others learn their letters/alphabet too!
ABC Alphabet Song (R&B Remix) by Desmond Dennis (2:51)
This is a fantastic R&B remix of the alphabet song. The kids will having dancing along.
“Alphabet Transport” – ABC Transportation Song for Kids by Bounce Patrol (3:58)
This is a great song that introduces all of the letters of the alphabet along with a form transportation that goes along with the letter.
“Alphabet School” – ABC School Song | Back to School by Bounce Patrol (3:48)
This is similar to the transportation version above, sharing all of the letters of the alphabet using back to school examples.
Phonics Song for Children | Alphabet Song | Letter Sounds by Patty Shukla (15:25)
This is a great song reviewing the alphabet, and the letter sounds. She also shows everything in ASL.
ABC Song – ABC Songs for Children by The Learning Station (3:15)
And here’s a traditional version of the alphabet song your kids can easily sing along with.
Do you have any other fun songs you like to use to teach the alphabet?
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