Alphabet Monster

An alphabet rhyme for toddlers and pre-schoolers that uses the letters of a child's own name.

Literacy Tip

I’m Becky. My son, Holden, is 3 and knows the alphabet song, but this
rhyme helps him learn that letters can be put together in lots of different ways.

Transcript

I’m the Alphabet Monster
And nothing tastes better
To the Alphabet Monster
Than eating a letter.
A “j” and an “a”
And a “c” and a “k”
And the million more letters
I munch every day.
I’m hungry now.
What shall I do?
I think I’ll eat
a “y”
an “o”
and a “u” . . . . . . that means YOU!

Video Information

  • Creator: Colorado Libraries for Early Literacy
  • Performers: Becky Corning
  • Contributors: Rocky Mountain PBS
  • Source: Permission granted by author Robert Heidbreder
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3 Comments

  • Monsters are always a winner. This rhyme is a good one to support development of letter knowledge – so important in helping kids as they get ready to be readers.

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  • Who doesn’t love monsters, especially ones that eat the letters! Clever rhyme for helping children to learn the letters in their name.

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  • O.k

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