The Letter TV showcases the sound(s) associated with each letter. Cross-curricular content is carefully woven into each program as well. The programs are short segments because research shows that four and five-year-olds can become quite passive while viewing television for longer periods. Teachers are encouraged to use the programs as an integral part of a comprehensive introduction to reading skills.
1. B — A bee disrupts several different types of ball games
2. C — An exploration of music with claps, clanks, crashes, clops, and chimes.
3. D — Breaking news about a dog, a duck, a donut and a string of disasters.
4. F — A nature show takes a foray through the forest.
5. G — A story bout a growing giant.
6. H — Hannah shows how to be a hero, as a hog cries “help” (several times).
7. J — A sports show about a contest where you jump, juggle, and jam.
8. K — A talk show featuring a Kangaroo and Koala.
9. L — Leaping Linguini link together to create lassos and loop lizards.
10. M — Movie Maker Mark Question’s ideas never really amount to much.
11. N — We travel north through a neighborhood and then across the nation.
12. P — Pole Vault across a pizza or putt in a pool to win a prize!
13. Q — Newscast about a quite queen in a quandary about .a quick quacker.
14. R — A robot writes songs with rhythm and rhyme.
15. S — Springtime science experiments involving sand, soil, and sudsy soap.
16. T — Visit a theater to hear a tuba, trumpet and trombone.
17. V — A vitamin-rich cooking show using: veggies, vinegar, and vanilla.
18. W — A whale and a walrus square off in a wagging, whistling, and Worcestershire-sauce-drinking contest.
19. X — An excited fox comes on a talk show to discuss how to fix his six x-ray machines before they explode.
20. Z — Zany Comma thinks he’s on safari when he is really at the zoo.
21. A — Comma meets apes, antelopes, aardvarks, and ants in Africa.
22. E — A movie about an eagle that hatches from and egg.
23. I — All about ice…ice cubes, ice skating, ice cream.
24. O — A nature show exploring the difference in owls and ostriches.
25. U— Rainy day forecast and news about staying under umbrellas.
26. Y — An artist explores the uses of yellow in yarn, yokes and yogurt.
Use our classroom videos for every curriculum and every grade level.
These programs have been dropped from the Instructional Resources offerings.
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