Are you teaching about the letter W in your kindergarten classroom? We’ve got you covered with these teacher-approved videos! Keep scrolling to find all the links and activities you need to teach the letter W!
Finding appropriate videos on YouTube can be difficult sometimes. So we’re previewed and made a list of Teacher-Approved Videos Letter W to help teach all about the letter W.
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Letter W by Have Fun Teaching (3:34)
This song identifies the w as a consonant while including repetition of many commonly read words in a the early childhood readers. This one also includes practice writing the letter in the air, perfect for adding an action to the letter.
Learn the Letter W by Jack Hartmann (3:51)
Learn all about the letter W with Jack Hartmann. It starts with the short sound and works all the way through to writing and ending sound.
Sing and Learn the Alphabet by Jack Hartmann (3:53)
The Letter W Song by ABCMouse.com (2:19)
This fast paced and fun song takes you through the name, the sound and dozens of words that begin with the letter w!
The Letter W by Bounce Patrol Kids (2:02)
This series of alphabet songs uses the same melody on each video. Your students will catch on quickly to the melody and will fluently be signing along in no time to the sounds of the letter w.
Wonderful W by Story Bots (1:19)
These crazy robots share their favorite words that begin with the letter w. Your students will be 100% engaged identifying the sound that letter w makes.
The W Song by Miss Molly ( 3:02)
This letter w 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 w .
The Letter W | Alphabet A-Z | Jack Hartmann (3:55)
Learn to recognize the upper and lowercase letter W, how to write the letter W w and the sound that letter W makes.
Do you have any other favorite Teacher-Approved Videos Letter W you like to use in your classroom?