Letter recognition is a key step in a child’s ability to learn to read and write. It enables beginning readers to understand how printed text is associated with the spoken language. Alphabetic recognition is one of the very first skills children learn while they are beginning readers. It comes before phonemic awareness and decoding. Letter F was introduced through the story of a girl Fenny, who went to the market and bought herself a Frock and fruits. To further enhance the knowledge, sound-symbol relationship, and writing skills, Prideens were engaged in activities like a treasure hunt, tracing clay modeling, and hopscotch. Letter introduction through story helps students to create a relationship with letters and apply their knowledge in real life.