Segments with their own pages
Henson clay animated segments
Lettermakers (cast letter building)
Letter Commercials (stories)
Those Alphabet Dancers!
Letters in space
Consonant sound (mostly poems)
A series of films where construction workers hoist the letter of the day to the top of a building in fast motion. The letters in question are what become the neon sign for the Empire Hotel in New York City. Joe Raposo composed the score.
Fans of Letters
A series of films where the letter of the day is shown on a CGI planet and a rocket ship flies by. Maria does voiceover with saying the letter of the day.
Jane Aaron segments
An assortment of live-action segments created by Jane Aaron, featuring ornate letters on outdoor locations, becoming animated usually through the use of "pixellation" effects. Some segments featured the letter (attached to a metal rod) either rotating or swinging across the screen.
A series of stop motion films where a girl is watering her garden and the letter of the day comes out of the ground.
A series of animation films where the letter of the day is formed by a school of fish in both uppercase and lowercase. A crab says the letter of the day.
A series of films where a piece of paper shows the letter of the day in uppercase, lowercase, and both upper and lower as it crumples.
Airplanes and clouds
Letter Words Dance with Kids
A church choir chants the letter of the day as the letter is shown in uppercase and lowercase. After the chanting, one of the choir members says the letter of the day.
Underwater (Jaws spoof series)
Letters on the Street
Human Letters at the Beach
A man dressed as the letter of the day dances on the beach. Meanwhile, two girls watch and laugh at the man dressed as the letter of the day and make the letter in the sand.
Ron Marshall songs
A series of films where a boy thinks up something that starts with the letter of the day, and then a girl thinks up something that starts with that letter. Then, they both say something together that begins with the letter of the day.
BUILDESTROY junkyard paper cutouts (UN)
Man at Computer