Learn English Alphabets A – Z with pictures.

A for Apple

An apple is a red-colored fruit. An apple is sweet in taste.

B for Bat

This is a black coloured bird. The lifespan of average Bats is around 30 years.

C for Cherry

Cherry is a fruit that grows on a tree or a bush. It tastes slightly sour, and is often used to flavour cakes and ice cream, or is baked in a pie or cobbler.

D for Dog

The dog has two bright eyes. It is an intelligent animal.

E for Egg

Eggs are an excellent source of iron and are a nutritious source of protein, fat, Vitamins A, D, E, and B12 and choline. They Are Filling and Help with Weight Loss.

F for Fox

Foxes are members of the dog family. A female fox is called a “vixen”, a male fox is called a “dog fox” or a “tod” and baby foxes are called “pups”, “kits” or “cubs”.

G for Goat

There are more than 400 million goats around the world. A group of goats is known as herd.

H for Horse

A horse is a tall and strong animal; some species of horses are also used to lift heavy loads. The legs of the horse are thin but are long and powerful which help a horse to run fast.

I for Igloo

An igloo is a shelter (a place for people to stay warm and dry) made from blocks of snow placed on top of each other, often in the shape of a dome (like half of a hollow ball). They were used in winter as temporary shelters by hunters when they were away from their regular homes.

J for Jam

Jam is a paste which is a mixture of various ingredients. It is used to add taste to bread and other bakery items.

K for Kite

A kite is made of paper, plastic, or cloth stretched across a light, often wooden frame. They fly high in the air at the ends of long strings. come in many sizes and shapes.

L for Lion

Lions are considered as the king of the jungle because they are durable and have a high hunting capacity. The hungry animal has four legs and a tail with healthy paws.

M for Mango

Mango is the king of fruits. It is a very sweet and delicious fruit.

N for Nose

Nose is a part of human body. It helps us to breathe.

O for Owl

Lifespan of average Owl is around 20 years. Owls lay 3 to 4 eggs which are white in colour and round in shape.

P for Pot

Pot is made up of Clay soil. It is mainly used in villages for storing water.

Q for Queen

A queen is a woman who rules a country as its monarch. She is a woman who is married to a king.

R for Rat

Rats are small creatures whose origin is Asia. They are omnivorous and they can be found in black or brown or white colour generally.

S for Sun

Sun is a yellow dwarf star positioned in the center of our solar system. It is the source of light and energy to our planet earth.

T for Toy

A Toy is an object mainly used for playing. Small children love to play with these type of things.

U for Urn

Urn is a vase for holding the ashes of the cremated dead. It is especially often used for funerary urns, vessels used in burials, either to hold the cremated ashes or as grave goods.

V for Vase

A vase is an open container. Vases are often decorated, and they are often used to hold cut flowers.

W for Watch

watch is a small clock carried or worn by a person. It makes it easy to see the time. 

X for X-Ray

X-Ray is a machine which helps the doctor to look at our bones, teeth, lungs, or stomach to find what hurts and why it hurts so they can help us feel better. We need to go through an exam and we can see all those parts inside our body!

Y for Yak

The yak lives in cold places with few plants. Sometimes it has to roam a long way to find enough grass to eat.

Z for Zoo

A zoo is a place where many animals, especially the wild ones, live in enclosed boundaries. People with families love to visit the zoo to see the animals.

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