Letter recognition is an essential aspect of Language Development; it enables beginning readers to figure out the printed text associated with the spoken language. The knowledge of letter names makes learning letters sounds easier for young readers. We, at Mother’s Pride, follow a whole language approach, where all the four parameters of language development go hand in hand. Letter H was introduced through the story of a boy Harry, who lived in a beautiful house and went to a shop, wearing a hat to buy honey. Introducing the letter H through a story with related vocabulary and illustrations establishes symbol recognition and sound-symbol relationship. Letter introduction with a story helps children to retain it and apply the acquired knowledge. To further enhance the fine motor skills tracing of the letter in flour and coloring, the children enjoyed the letter H and House.