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Alphabetimals.com – Fun Animated Cartoon Alphabet

Submitted by on January 14, 2010 – 7:15 am14 Comments
Alphabetimals.com – Fun Animated Cartoon Alphabet

Alphabetimals.com is a website that hosts a free Flash application with fun cartoon animal letter shapes, to help kids learn and remember their ABC’s. You can also buy posters from the website to decorate your wall, and part of the profit from the sales will be donated to underserved schools. The cartoons are created by the artist Patrick O’Toole. Alphabetimals.com works best in Internet Explorer.

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Click on the animal letter shapes to view them upclose and hear the sounds they make.

14 Comments »

  • X-Ray Fish?

    “Pristella maxillaris [...] is commonly known as [...] X-ray tetra because of its highly transparent body”

    OMG! An animal with X.

  • My daughter always keeps on seeing cartoon on television. So it was a great fun for her to learn the alphabets. The alphabets were designed in the animal shapes .So I need not take any special efforts to make her learn all this. Even the part of the profits from the products we buy goes to underserved schools. Indirectly we can help the society at the same time. Alphabetiamal.com is doing an appreciable job in that sense.

  • Ted says:

    That was a great fun for her to learn the alphabets. The alphabets were designed in the animal shapes .So I need not take any special efforts to make her learn all this. Thank you for your idea.

  • Michelle says:

    That was great. Even the part of the profits from the products we buy goes to undeserved schools. Indirectly we can help the society at the same time. Thank you.

  • Steve says:

    The alphabets were designed in the animal shapes .So I need not take any special efforts to make her learn all this. Even the part of the profits from the products we buy goes to undeserved schools. Thank you for the information that you post.

  • Steve says:

    That was a great idea for the school to have a alphabet animals. The alphabets were designed in the animal shapes. Thank you.

  • Heather says:

    That was a great idea. The alphabets were designed in the animal shapes .So I need not take any special efforts to make her learn all this. Even the part of the profits from the products we buy goes to undeserved schools. Thank you for the idea.

  • oridroo says:

    Yes, thats Fun. This is a great concept indeed. This will make the learning process of children easier. And attractive indeed.

  • Julia says:

    I like the design of the alphabet animals. It easy to recognize what kind of animal is that and what letter. Thank you.

  • Christie says:

    This is very great idea. The alphabets were designed in the animal shapes .So I need not take any special efforts to make her learn all this. Thank you.

  • Nuala Perry says:

    This website does serve as an educational toy to teach children in an interactive way, to grab the attention of the child and can help the child focus on learning.

  • Sophie says:

    Why is it missing so many letters?!

  • Michael says:

    Probably because they are samples letters.

    Very inspirative…makes me want to make beautiful things.

  • Caz says:

    became fan on facebook to download for free, but i can’t download! pee me off!

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