Learning letter names help with learning letter sounds, which benefits overall reading skills. This helps develop the understanding that there are systematic and predictable relationships between written letters and spoken sounds. The letter ‘I’ was introduced to tiny toddlers through the story of Isha. Isha went to the market to get ink for completing her homework. To further enhance the fine motor skills and the relationship between the symbol and sound, children were engaged in flour tracing, clay modelling, and completing the worksheets. Prideens loved letter I, as they got an Ice cream break to enjoy with their friends and teachers. Phonics instruction helps children learn the relationships between the letters of written language and spoken language sounds. This enabled them to apply gained knowledge, which equips them to read and write.