Look no further for teaching about the letter E! We’ve got you covered with these teacher-approved videos and activities! Keep scrolling to find all the links you need to teach the letter E!
Finding appropriate videos on YouTube can be difficult sometimes. So we’ve previewed and made a list of Teacher-Approved Videos Letter E to help teach all about the letter E.
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Phonics Letter- E by Kids TV (1:53)
This song is short and simple. It identifies many words that begin with the letter e. Most of the words begin with the short sound of letter e but some are excellent examples of common words that begin with letter e.
Learn The Letter E with Jack Hartmann (5:01)
Sing and dance along with Jack Hartmann as he teaches that the letter e is a vowel and has a short and a long sound.
Sing and Learn the Alphabet Letter E by Jack Hartmann (3:53)
The Letter E Song by ABCMouse.com (2:01)
Your students will love singing through dozens of words that begin with the excellent letter e.
Everyone has an E by Story Bots (1:22)
Your students are guaranteed to get this one stuck in their head. In this song your student will identify the letter e in many of the high frequency and high interest words appropriate for this age.
Letter E by Patty Shukla (3:56)
Your students will enjoy learning ASL all while identifying and reviewing the letter e and commonly seen letter e words.
The Letter E by Nursery Tracks (4:20)
This song uses a game and catchy tune to identify common words that begin with letter e. It includes words that begin with both long and short sounds of letter e and some that are just common vocabulary like “eye”.
The Letter E Song by Bounce Patrol Kids (2:04)
This engaging song has it all capital E, lowercase e, the letter sound and examples with time to practice!
The E Song by Miss Molly (3:51)
This song uses visuals to show common words that begin with the letter e. The slow pace allows them to read the words while they sing along.
The Letter E | Alphabet A-Z | Jack Hartmann Alphabet Song (5:04)
Do you have any other favorite Teacher-Approved Videos Letter E you like to use in your classroom?