Singing the ABC’s the English Alphabet Lesson Tune

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Cullen’s abc’s () creates free preschool videos to support children’s development at home and in the classroom. This is a song singing the English alphabet, and is great for memory skills.

Singing songs with your child is wonderful for many reasons. The most important reason is that singing is it is fun and children love to sing. Songs are great for increasing vocabulary and pronunciation. Using hand and body movements with songs and rhymes helps preschoolers learn to control their bodies. There is even research that has shown that children who are actively involved in music do better in reading and math when they start school, are better able to focus and control their bodies, play better with others and have higher self-esteem. So sing a song now!

4 thoughts on “Singing the ABC’s the English Alphabet Lesson Tune

  1. Hi, Cullen! I’ve just joined this website so that I could post here. I’d like to say that I loved your videos, and that they can be used in English as a foreign language classrooms, all around the world. Is that okay!? I’ve sent some students of mine your links so that they could train, for example, the ABC’s at home! Congratulations.

    Best regards!!!

    Felipe

  2. Cullen Wood says:

    Felipe:

    Of course you can you can share! We have received many messages of people using the videos to supporting learning English. Make sure you check out our website. We are going to start posting a daily video on the site only.

  3. Alan Rodriguez says:

    As nicely as the truth that singing makes you are feeling good bodily, learning to sing has nice mental benefits too.

  4. Annemarie says:

    Besides, these songs are such that they can be listened to anytime and each time, irrespective of where you’re or what you are doing.

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