Letter C

Alphabets are the first thing taught in school and trust me it’s quite grueling and strenuous. Why? Well, because it’s not only about memorizing the alphabet. You need to help them make different sounds of the alphabet, help them write it, pronounce it, make words out of it and then use it in the sentence. But obviously you don’t do it all at once, right?

The initial step is to make them learn to read, pronounce and write the alphabet. Let’s discuss how to pronounce the letter C.

Letter C is the third alphabet in the ABC’s. Everyone is quite of that I’m sure. So let’s stick on to this word and figure out how to learn it easily.

Learn Letter C:

Okay, so we have already learned the different ways which can help make learning easier. One of the best ways is to put on images, flashcards, and most importantly videos. Videos not only help in developing an interest in learning but also assists in remembering and recalling the alphabets. Making children watch videos is best for children who have a problem with concentration and do not pay attention.

How to learn the Letter C?

Pronunciation of the letter is most important. Obviously, there is more than one way to pronounce the letter C. To make that easier playing a video which not only helps the kids in recognizing the alphabet but also helps in pronouncing the different sounds made by the alphabet.

Here is why learning from a video is better.

• Visual processing

• Learning through demonstrations

• Contextualization

• Illustrations

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