These teacher-approved and kid-tested videos about the Letter D are a great addition to your lesson plans. Use these videos and activities to teach your Kindergarten students all about the Letter D!
Finding appropriate videos on YouTube can be difficult sometimes. So we’ve previewed and made a list of Teacher-Approved Videos Letter D to help teach all about the letter D.
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Jack does it all in this fun and interactive song all about letter d. It starts with the short sound and works all the way through to writing and blending.
This song identifies d as a consonant and reviews commonly read letter d words to practice the sound. The song also includes time to practice writing the letter d in the air.
This engaging song has it all capital D, lowercase d, the letter sound, and examples with time to practice!
Your students will be begging you to play this one again. So fun to sing along with this song that also rhyming while singing through dozens of words that begins with the letter d.
This one is a fast one and SILLY! Your students will love listening and singing along with all the silly lyrics of this song, all while practicing the beginning sound of letter d.
This song uses visuals to show common words that begin with the letter d. The slow pace allows them to read the words while they sing along.
Join Patty as she introduces ASL for common d words. Your students will benefit from having a motion to help remember the sound of letter d.
This series incorporates the modalities of visual, auditory and kinesthetic learning while teaching about each letter. This song engages students to be active learners while learning about letter D to build body and brain connections. Learn how to form the upper and lowercase D with Jack Hartmann’s catchy rhymes and alphabet song.
Do you have any other favorite Teacher-Approved Videos Letter D you like to use in your classroom?