You will need:
Paper, marker, plastic alphabets, shoebox, chart paper

Pre-planning:
If you don’t have plastic alphabets write all the alphabets on a paper with a marker.
Make a crocodile puppet with a shoebox.

Helpful information:
A vowel is a speech sounds made by the vocal cords (a, e, i, o, u). Most English words have vowels. Once the child knows all the letters, you can introduce vowels.

Let’s Go:
• Inform the child that letters a, e, i, o, u are vowels and letters other than these are called consonants.
• Give all the plastic alphabets to the child and ask the child to find the vowel letters and feed them to the crocodile.
• Appreciate the child

Learnings:
Language skills
Phonological skills
Cognitive skills

Level: Moderate