Letter recognition enables beginning readers to figure out how printed text is associated with the spoken language. This is why alphabetic recognition is one of the first skills children learn while beginning readers. To encourage the same, Letter N was introduced through the story of a boy named Nick, who went to a picnic with his mother after reading a newspaper. Introduction of a letter with recognition activities enhances the ability to visually recognize letters of the alphabet through hands-on learning. This equips a child to name a letter and match the letter name with its written form. It is foundational to any alphabetic based language.