Letter recognition is a key step in a child’s ability to learn to read and write. It enables beginning readers to figure out how printed text is associated with the spoken language. Alphabetic recognition is one of the very first skills children learn. Keeping this important aspect of language development in consideration Letter C was introduced through a story of a girl named Cathy. The introduction of a letter with a story gives children a way to interact with the alphabet through hands-on play. Prideens were encouraged to trace the letter and model clay as letter C and related objects. Through this, they were able to feel the shape of the letter and arrange multiple letters to form letter strings or words. To further strengthen the sound-symbol relationship children were engaged in a treasure hunt, making cats using bangles, and related worksheets.