Many reading abilities are evaluated on a regular basis as predictors of reading achievement. Alphabet recognition (Small letters) is one of the most important indicators.
Children arrive at school with a diverse set of talents and an even broader set of alphabetic knowledge. They may, for example, have learned the alphabet by singing the alphabet song.
Other kindergarteners can spell their names and recognize different types of print in the environment.
Learning letters and playing with them has also been linked to an early interest in their sounds and reading, according to research.
The majority of letter names have an aural link to their sounds, allowing them to perform double duty. It aids in the transition from phonemic awareness and letter recognition to other phonological skills.