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Education & Humour: Technology changing how kids learn the Alphabet

Updated on October 17, 2011

Technology seems to be advancing so fast these days. Kids are very confident in using computers by the age of 4 or 5. So, if that is what the world has come to, then it means we need to amend the way kids learn, so it fits into our world today.

You will be glad to know that I have found an improved or updated way of Teaching kids how to learn the alphabet.

Here we go....

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A – Apple

B – Bluetooth

C – Chat

D – Download

E – Email

F – Facebook

G – Google

H – Hewlett Packard

I – Iphone

J – Java

K – Kingston

L – Laptop

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Thanks to F. Ek
Thanks to F. Ek

M – Messenger

N – Nero

O – Orkut

P – Picassa

Q – Quick Heal

R – Ram

S – Server

T – Twitter

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U – USB

V – Vista

W – Wifi

X – XP

Y – You Tube

Z – Zorpia

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To simplify learning, enlarge the photo above, so they can see the photos of the words they are saying. If you have a little child, let me know how you both got on….. (◕‿◕)

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      prasetio30 6 years ago from malang-indonesia

      This was so beautiful. Very inspiring hub, entertaining and educating as well. Thanks for share with us. Vote up!

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      Elena 6 years ago from London, UK

      Hi Paul

      Thanks for your kind comments. I like the D - For Dragon's Den. Cool idea. They will love it. Glad you stopped by.

      Cheers. :)

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      paulgc 6 years ago

      Lady_E,

      What a very interesting hub, i know you are a great and very creative writer but it still amazes me how you come up with such great articles/hubs.

      You have invented a very original alternative to the current "A for apple" type alphabet and as such i suggest you apply to the Dragons Den for an investment...i reckon they will be surprisingly pleased.

      You are the most amazing writer i have ever had the pleasure of meeting (via internet lol) and i really enjoy your work, thank you for posting, voted up and awesome.

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      Elena 6 years ago from London, UK

      @Ruby

      @Sue Adams (lol)

      Thanks so much. Glad you stopped by.

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      Juliette Kando FI Chor 6 years ago from Andalusia

      Well, yes we have to go with the times. It reminds me of when my kids heard Ravel's Bolero played on the radio, they said: "That's Torvil and Dean!"

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      Ruby Jean Richert 6 years ago from Southern Illinois

      I like your approach better and the kids would really dig it....

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      Elena 6 years ago from London, UK

      @FrogTalk

      @Dexter

      @Mentalist Acer

      @Anglnwu

      @Akune

      Thanks so much for stopping to post interesting and funny comments. Glad you liked it.

      PS. @Akune - G for Glitch is cool too.

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      akune 6 years ago from Surrey, England, United Kingdom

      Funny I say again. G is for glitch. My phone did not process my first comment I think. Voted up definitely.

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      anglnwu 6 years ago

      Haha--genius--love the new twist to the good old set of alphabets. You just know how to keep us current. Rated up.

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      Mentalist acer 6 years ago from A Voice in your Mind!

      A great invention of the 21 century alphabet Lady_E!;)

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      Dexter Yarbrough 6 years ago from United States

      Teachers have to be willing to grow and learn with the times in order to make learning more interesting. Great hub, Lady E!

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      frogtalk 6 years ago

      lol...I think I like the old way of doing things.

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