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Alphabet Exercise

Alphabet Al gets young learners out of their seats to exercise their bodies and minds. Fun songs for each letter of the alphabet promote imaginative play and fitness with creative movements like Picking Cherries, Soaring Eagles, and Air Guitar while helping children learn the skills that will prepare them for learning to read. Also includes traditional exercises, such as Jumping Jacks and Windmills.
Ages 3 – 5. Approx. 37 minutes.
Format: DVD

  • Alphabet Exercise preschool fitness songs include:
  • Alphabet Al's Warm-Up
  • A Exercise Song
  • B Exercise Song
  • C Exercise Song
  • D Exercise Song
  • E Exercise Song
  • F Exercise Song
  • G Exercise Song
  • H Exercise Song
  • I Exercise Song
  • J Exercise Song
  • K Exercise Song
  • L Exercise Song
  • M Exercise Song
  • N Exercise Song
  • O Exercise Song
  • P Exercise Song
  • Q Exercise Song
  • R Exercise Song
  • S Exercise Song
  • T Exercise Song
  • U Exercise Song
  • V Exercise Song
  • W Exercise Song
  • X Exercise Song
  • Y Exercise Song
  • Z Exercise Song
  • Print the Letters A to Z
  • Print the Numbers

"My six-year-old daughter loves exercise videos. If given free access to DVDs that guide her through structured physical activity, she faithfully completes this disc on a daily basis, dragging as many of her younger siblings along as she can round up. When I discovered Alphabet Exercise I knew we had to try it. Though my oldest is outside of the recommended age range, the reinforcement provided by this DVD is just what she needs. We're able to kill three birds with one stone – provide an outlet for physical activity, reinforce letter names, and help her learn proper printing technique. With my three-year-old starting to count and learn the ABC song I have great hopes that this fun-filled disc will help her along in her journey towards or recognition. Educators working with young children should certainly put Alphabet Exercise on their short list of products to look into further."-Jennifer at

"I love it when a video encourages children to get up off of the couch. I loved the fact that a child can learn about the alphabet AND get exercise at the same time."-former kindergarten teacher and author of

$ 25.00