This product has a story for every letter of the alphabet. Each story has a corresponding picture to go with it. The picture provides a visual clue to help students remember what the letter looks like and the story provides an explanation of why the letter makes the sound it does. In my class I also add an action to go with each story. For example, the letter A is an apple in a tree that is afraid of heights. When the wind blows, he says, "Ah". When we say the letter sound, we all put our hands on our cheeks (home alone style) and say, "Ah". This provides an additional benefit of kinesthetic learning as well as visual and auditory learning. After we have gone through each letter story, we review the whole alphabet daily by looking at the flashcard, saying the letter name and sound and include the action i.e. "A says "Ah, Ah, Ah, B says bu, bu, bu, etc." It only takes 5 minutes a day, and I have seen remarkable progress in my students learning their letters.