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There are loads of free letter sound songs and resources on the internet that you can use, but some of my favorites are Jack Hartmann’s alphabet songs. As a matter of fact, the best part is you can find loads of his stuff that he uploads on YouTube for free. 

All in all, Jack Hartmann’s songs for kids are simple and easy for little ones to catch onto, and it’s no surprise given that he has a background in child psychology. As can be seen, his experience with differently-abled children comes through in how well-structured his songs are and the variety of ways he gives children access to the same content. 

Though all of the songs in this list focus on the letter sounds, the beats and additional flavor are different. For example, some children may have sensory issues or sensitivity to noises so a more soothing version of an alphabet song may be appropriate. However, YouTube currently doesn’t allow content made for kids to be saved into a playlist, so I’ve gathered a few of my favorite Jack Hartmann alphabet sounds songs below. 

Alphabet Songs with Sign Language

Obviously, any resource that allows children to master a primary skill and exposes them to other useful skills is awesome.

See It, Say It Sign It

In particular, I really love this Jack Hartmann video. After all, the beat is slightly upbeat and it introduces the physical component of sign language. 

Alphabet Sing and Sign

Next, this song tells children, “You can do it if you try!” Undeniably, messages like these are so important for young children to hear as they develop not only their letter-sound knowledge but also their identity.

Rap It Read It Say It Sign It Alphabet Songs

In addition, this video brings in the concept that the letters of the alphabet have both upper and lowercase letters in addition to the letter sounds.

Alphabet Songs: Letter Recognition

These videos focus on children’s ability to visually recognize the letters of the alphabet. Each letter is shown for about 2 seconds and little ones have to shout out the name. With this in mind, you can turn this into a game by using a phone to play the video and passing it back and forth while each person shouts the letter they see. 

Alphabet Automaticity Alphabet Songs:

Lowercase

Uppercase

Alphabet Songs to Play During an Activity – Background Music

The Alphabet Song

Next, this Jack Hartman video has a repetitive and easy beat for little ones to sing along. He not only introduces the letter names but also the sounds and a visual representation of each song.

Learning Letter Sounds Version 2

Another great song is this one with a bit of an island feel with a calypso beat. In fact, I’m sure your little one will love dancing and singing along. Songs like these are great for background music as little ones play with different activities such as alphabet sound sensory bins.

Workout Alphabet Songs

Workout to the Letter Sounds Alphabet Songs:

Get your little one up and moving with these alphabet workout songs. As can be seen in the video, children will have to listen and follow directions for identifying the letter name, letter sound, and the word that has the same start at the beginning. These would be great for those moments when your little one needs to get up and move around between activities. 

Version 3

Version 2

Bonus Alphabet Songs

Though an exercise song, this video focuses more on the beginning sounds of words. However, it’s still great for kiddos that are ready for this step!

Exercise to the Beginning Letter Sounds

Alphabet Songs are Where Fun Meets Learning!

All in all, I hope your little one enjoys these fun Jack Hartmann songs for kids. Let us know in the comments below which one was their favorite!

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