Unlike Sesame Street or Baa Baa Black Sheep, the Super Why songs don’t focus on one particular letter or sound. Instead, the songs focus on words and how to pronounce them. This makes them a perfect fit for kids who are just starting to learn the alphabet and how to spell.
The first song on the list is a version of the alphabet song that uses the alphabet letters as words (A for apple, B for banana, C for cake, etc). While this alphabet song is a little different than the standard “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star,” it’s still a fun way to practice the alphabet.
Another song on the list is a reggae alphabet song that’s a great way to get kids moving while learning their ABCs. Kids will love shouting out their alphabets to this fun tune while getting some extra phonics practice.
Lastly, we have a Swedish alphabet song that’s completely different from the English ones you may be familiar with. While this alphabet song does feature a lot of the same letters, it also has some unique sounds that aren’t found in English.
If you’re interested in learning more about the Super Why songs, be sure to check out this article. It’s filled with information about the show, the songs, and even how to sing along! You can also find lyrics to the songs that appear in each episode of Super Why. While songs rarely appear in the actual episodes, there’s usually an opening and theme song as well as some special songs made for each character.