ABC Song - Alphabet ABC Children Song With Kids Socks
ABC Song for children learning alphabet with cute socks.
At KidsInSocks we have created an animated ABC Song featuring our colorful alphabet socks, so your little ones can hear the name of the letter and the sound it makes in the picture word.This ABC song video is great for helping children learn the alphabetical sequence of the letters. We have put together a few learning games you can play with your little ones to have a lot of fun while learning literacy basics!
In the old classic musical chairs, arrange the letter cards or even pairs of socks in a circle on the floor. Play the ABC song repeatedly while the child or children run around the circle. When you pause the video, the kids should run to find the letter/picture that the video stopped at.
Whether you are a caregiver in a preschool/day-care center or children’s health care institution, or a parent with more than one child, you can have a lot of fun with the little ones while getting them interested in letters and their sounds! ABC Song is a great video to listen and learn your alphabet, you can invite as many kids as you like and play the video for them.
To begin have all the kids put their socks on, then stand in a circle. One by one ask each child to put the foot with the picture forward then elicit the word.
Caregiver: “Hey kids, who can tell us what that is on Bobbie’s sock?”
Kid/s: “It’s a frog!”
Caregiver: “Great job! Frog starts with the ffffffffff sound, Bobbie put out your other foot and show us what letter makes the fffffffff sound… Excellent! That is the letter ‘F’, ‘F’ ffffffffff frog. Let me hear you all say it now.
Kid/s: “F, ffffffff, frog!”
Caregiver: Fffffantastic! You are all awesome! Ok Gina stick out your picture foot now. Good! So, what is that on Gina’s sock?
Kid/s: “Ice cream!”
Caregiver: “Ice cream! Ice cream starts with the iiiiiiiiii sound, Gina, put out your other foot and show us the letter that makes the iiiiiiii sound… Super! That is the letter ‘I’, I iiiiiiiiiiii ice cream! Now you say it.
Kid/s: “I, iiiiiiiiii, ice cream!”
Caregiver: “Iiiiiiiii love you guys!”
After all the children have presented and practiced the letters on their socks, then the caregiver can randomly elicit the letters and words from the whole group by tickling the feet of the child. If the kids are confident enough the care giver can then ask specific kids to give the answer.
Get two to four-year-old kids interested in the ABC Song and phonics: the building blocks of language and verbal communication. Every year Kids In Socks donates alphabet sock sets to orphanages and children’s hospitals in the hope of encouraging more constructive and meaningful interaction between preschool age children and the staff caring for them. We believe that sort of quality interaction will positively impact the emotional and cognitive development of those children, improving their prospects for optimal development.