Alphabet Circus

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Join Alphabet Al on an action-packed learning adventure! Children love the excitement of visiting the circus where they enjoy the musical game
of finding words that start with each letter of the alphabet. Songs for
each letter, along with animated circus excitement, create a highly entertaining DVD for learning the alphabet. Plus, it will help build
your child's vocabulary.

Ages 2 – 5. Approx. 42 minutes.




  • Come one, come all to Alphabet Al's exciting alphabet circus! There's plenty of clowning around as children learn to recognize letters A to Z and practice naming words that begin with each letter. Attention-grabbing acrobats, elephants, dancing dogs, and other amazing circus performers keep preschoolers or kindergartners entertained and help build vocabulary. Rock 'N Learn Alphabet Circus is sure to be a favorite with your child.

    Preschoolers love Alphabet Circus

    • Catchy songs for each letter of the alphabet.
    • Promotes letter recognition.
    • Builds fundamental letter/word associations.
    • Provides vocabulary enrichment.
    • Perfect for planning preschool alphabet activities.
    • Emphasizes phonological awareness.
    • Recommended as an educational gift for preschoolers.
    • An important precursor to any learn-to-read program.
    • Combines live action-actual children-with vibrant animated fun!
  • Alphabet Circus includes:

    • Welcome to The Circus
    • Letter A (animals, acrobats, apples)
    • Letter B (band, bright, bears, ball, balloon)
    • Letter C (cotton candy, caramel, clowns, car, costume)
    • Letter D (dancing dogs)
    • Letter E (elephant, ear)
    • Letter F (flags, fell, feet, friend)
    • Letter G (gorilla, girl)
    • Letter H (horses, hop, hot dog, human cannonball)
    • Letter I (ice cream, ice, instruments)
    • Letter J (juggle, jars, jam, jelly, jewels, junk, Jerry,
      jolly, jump, jig, juggler)
    • Letter K (kids, kind, king)
    • Letter L (lion, lemonade, lights, lady, lion tamer, Lilly, leap)
    • Letter M (magician, man, magic, magic wand, marble, mayonnaise, magnet, macaroni, monster, monkey)
    • Letter N (net, nail, necklace, newspaper, Napoleon, neon, nurse)
    • Letter O (orangutan, oboe)
    • Letter P (please, peanuts, popcorn, parents, ponies, poodle)
    • Letter Q (question mark, queen, quirky)
    • Letter R (rumble, ring, ringmaster, robot, rhinoceros, rabbits, ride)
    • Letter S (stroll, sideshow, sturdy, strong, steel, snake, sit, seats)
    • Letter T (tent, tiger, trampoline, tiny Tina, tightrope, trapeze)
    • Letter U (uncle, unicyclist, unicycle)
    • Letter V (vase, veterinarian, vaccinations)
    • Letter W (water, wig, wagon, watermelon)
    • Letter X (xylophone, ending x words: box, fox, six, ox, ax, sax)
    • Letter Y (yo-yo, yellow, yahoo, yellow yarn, yell)
    • Letter Z (zebras, zigzag)
    • Alphabet Circus Song
  • Review 1 of 6

    My 6 year old boy, Sammie started reading very well at age 3, courtesy of ROCK 'N LEARN. His school, Etoile Royale in Tamale in the Northern Region of Ghana, has bought the Rock N Learn DVDs and used them from the preschool to grade school. It's always a joyous sight when children below 2 years jump, shake and dance with the "Alphabet Circus." Sammie has 5 DVDs at home (a gift from family) and he watches and watches. Sammie's vocabulary is perfect and his pronunciation is fantastic! – PATRICIA GYAMFI

    Review 2 of 6

    You know you have found a winner when the 1st thing your munchkin says when she wakes up in the morning is "Apple Circus!" My 2 year old munchkin LOVES Alphabet Circus, and for some reason calls it Apple Circus. The Alphabet Circus DVD is fantastic. The content is EXCELLENT. The circus ringmaster teaches the alphabet by singing each letter, making the letter sounds and finding words of the circus that begin with the letter. The tune is catchy, and I promise you'll be singing the song all day – it's one of those that easily gets stuck in your head! This DVD gets HUGE THUMBS UP for Smart Mamas. Tell Santa to put this under the tree, in my recommendation for little ones aged 2 - 5! - Caroline Murpy

    Review 3 of 6

    Learning can be fun for your kids - especially if you sneak it in under the disguise of a circus movie. I was really impressed by how much my 3 year old actually retained from the Alphabet Circus from Rock 'N Learn. After only watching it once I caught him walking around saying "Ah, ah, ah, is for apple". The cute video using circus images and other objects to show kids what sounds letters make and they smartly make little rhymes and songs that will stick in their head & yours. My son requests this video frequently and I feel a little less guilty about letting him watch tv because he is truly learning. - Melissa Touchton

    Review 4 of 6

    "This video will take your child on an exciting trip to the circus while learning the alphabet. Narrated by Alphabet Al, your child can watch acrobats, meet crazy clowns, dancing dogs and explore the circus world. Children will enjoy this video as they practice naming letters that begin words. Colorful action and fun sounds will hold their attention and keep them engaged in learning." – Dr. Toy 10 Best Audio/Video

    Review 5 of 6

    "What's amazing about this DVD is that it not only holds the interest of my 4-year-old, my child who is less than two loves it as well. Alphabet Circus is by far their favorite DVD and the one they keep asking to watch." – Jackie H., parent

    Review 6 of 6

    "When people ask me what I recommend for preschool learning songs, I mention Rock 'N Learn first. The visuals combined with the music makes yours the best. I particularly love the Alphabet Circus video and play it constantly in my store." – Specialty Retailer

  • Parents' Choice Approved

    iParenting Media Award

    Dr. Toy's 10 Best Audio/Video

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Correlation to STATE STANDARDS | click here


Demonstrate understanding of the organization and basic features of print.


Recognize and name all upper- and lowercase letters of the alphabet.


Print many upper- and lowercase letters.

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