Letter recognition is an important skill; it enables the beginning readers to figure out how printed text is associated with the spoken language. It equips children with the fundamental part of learning how to read, sound – symbol relationships, and develop related vocabulary. Being the pioneers in early childhood development and learning, we, at Mother’s Pride, know it is easier for children to learn capital letters first. In line with this view, Letter L was introduced with the story of a girl named Leena, who went to the jungle after eating Litchis for her breakfast and locking her door. Introduction of a Letter with a story with pictorial representation helps students name the letters, understand letter object correlation, develop related vocabulary, and apply the knowledge throughout.