In this video lesson, the child learns about the beginning sounds of the consonants R, J, D, G, H, and B, and vowels I and U. The activity uses small objects which start with these alphabets like a jacket, banana, infant, etc. This helps the child learn about the different sounds the alphabets make when placed at the beginning of words.
Encourage the child to practice this concept with different English words and learn the beginning sounds of the English alphabet.
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Video Created by: Joanne Shango