Mother’s Pride understands the children’s psychology well, and curriculum is taken up keeping in mind the milestones of students and engaging Prideens in the activities that are out of the ordinary for every concept. Keeping up with the experiential learning, Letter J was introduced with the story of a little girl Julie, who went to her friend Jack’s birthday party in her jeep. Introduction of Letters with the story having illustrations and written text works on the alphabetic principle that there are systematic and predictable relationships between written letters and spoken sounds. To further enhance the knowledge, children were engaged in activities like making joker with shapes, crafting letters with clay, tracing and colouring the letters, searching the letter related objects in the environment, etc. Phonics instruction helps children apply the relationships between the letters of written language and the sounds of spoken language.