If you’re teaching about the Letter S in your Kindergartner classroom then check out these teacher-approved and kid-tested videos and activities! Keep scrolling to see the complete list!
Finding appropriate videos on YouTube can be difficult sometimes. So we’ve previewed and made a list of Teacher-Approved Videos Letter S to help teach all about the letter S.
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Your students will be begging you to play this one again. This song is so fun to sing along with, it really gets your tongue twisted singing through dozens of words that begin with S.
The repetition in this song will for sure have your students identifying the letter and proper sounds of S in no time! I love that it adds large motor skills to allow your students to interact with the song in an educational way.
Jack does it all in this fun and interactive song all about letter S. It starts with identifying the sounds the letter makes and works all the way through to writing and blending.
This fast-paced letter S song will have your students singing high interest S words all day long.
This song has everything you could possibly want your students that are learning their alphabet, to know about the letter S.
This letter S song has a simple tune that allows children to sing along while focusing on practicing the skill of reading common words that begin with the letter s and beginning sight words.
Patty uses ASL in this video to teach common vocabulary words that begin with the letter S. She reviews the sounds of letter S with each new word. The motions and repetition and motions in this song will keep your students highly engaged.
Sesame Street Letter S (6:33)
In this Sesame Street Podcast, Grover has to think of words that start with the letter s.
Learn to recognize the upper and lowercase letter S, how to write the letter S and the sound that letter S makes.
Do you have any other favorite Teacher-Approved Videos Letter S you like to use in your classroom?