Alphabets are the building block of literacy that helps children recognize and name the letters, both in and out of order, and the sounds associated with each letter. This enables a child to read and write, and letters become meaningful for preschoolers. In line with this view, letter E was introduced through the story of a girl named Ella, who went to the jungle and met an Elephant and had an Egg in breakfast. The introduction of a letter with a story helps us retain it and apply it for further language development. To further enhance the symbol recognition, vocabulary, and Pre-writing skills, children traced the letter using flour, created letter E using clay. Prideens strengthened their fine motor skills by coloring the letter E, Engine, Egg, and Elephant.