The letters used by a language are collectively called an alphabet. It has a fixed order based on the custom of the users. The alphabet is used for writing and the symbols used for writing are called letters. Each letter represents one sound or a related sound (also called phoneme) used by the spoken language. With the help of a standard reading direction, spaces and punctuation marks, the alphabet forms words which helps us to read. Our Alphabets Olympiad is emphasis students to read, write & speak . Alphabets Olympiad covers concepts of reading, speaking using phonics and writing . Alphabets Olympiad is divided into 3 sections. Following are the brief of different sections under Alphabets Olympiad.


Reading is important because it develops your mind and gives you excessive knowledge and lessons of life. It helps you understand the world around you better. It keeps your mind active and enhances your creative ability. Reading improves your vocabulary and develops your communication skills.


Even in this digital age when children are typing on keyboards and smart phones all the time, handwriting continues to play an important role in shaping a child’s personality. Every child has a unique style of writing. Let your child improve her/his handwriting skills and have some fun along the way!


Speaking is the delivery of language through the mouth. To speak, we create sounds using many parts of our body, including the lungs, vocal tract, vocal chords, tongue, teeth and lips. Speaking is the second of the four language skills.

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