Cynics and misanthropes get ready because this video has the ability to melt even the most frozen of hearts.

Kindergarten teachers Arturo Avina and Katey Bolanos, along with their classroom of child prodigies from the Olympic Primary Center in Los Angeles, have taken the alphabet to a whole new level by setting it to an all-Madonna soundtrack.

“In a nutshell, my colleague and I had our kindergarten students reinvent the alphabet by filming 26 mini-music videos set to 26 different Madonna songs,” Avina tells Queerty. “Who knew Madonna songs could teach the alphabet, right?”

Mr. Avina and his voguing kindergarteners pulled out all the stops for this epic, 12-minute video. Costumes. Masks. Lights. Elaborate sets. Dance moves. You name it. And the results are truly Madonnalicious.

So sit back, relax, and check out their video below.

UPDATE: This just made our Monday. The kindergarteners at Olympic Primary Center were so excited to see their video featured on Queerty that they just tweeted this photo. You’re welcome, kids!

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Graham Gremore is a columnist and contributor for Queerty and Life of the Law. Follow him on Facebook and Twitter.

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