Alphabet recognition is one of the very first skills children learn as beginning readers. It comes before phonemic Letter recognition; it enables beginning readers to figure out that printed text is associated with the spoken language. Mother’s Pride takes up language development holistically, enabling children to recognize symbols with sound, vocabulary, and formation. Letter G was introduced with Ginny’s story, who loved playing guitar and went to the park after eating grapes. In the garden, Ginny saw a grasshopper while walking on the grass. Ginny was pleased about getting gloves and glares as a gift from her father. The introduction of a letter with a story is an enriching learning experience for students. The symbol, sound, and vocabulary stay with them, which they can further apply in their real life.