ABC Activities

Put the words in alphabetical order

Alphabet letters, Phonemic Awareness, Write the alphabet, Alphabet games, Decoding, Alphabet ordering, Letter recognition, Early reading, Letters and sounds, Handwriting Practice, ELA K-2, ELA 1st Grade, ELA 2nd Grade

ABC Activities


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The alphabet is made up of letters that can be used to make words.

Download our Put the words in alphabetical order activity below.

Go through the alphabet in order, saying each letter aloud. Read through the words. To put words in alphabetical order, look at the first letter of each word and see where it goes in the alphabet. This activity has also been designed for handwriting practice.

Common Core Alignment:

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.1.1.A Print all upper- and lowercase letters.


Alphabetical order

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Phonics is the method that helps children build systematic connections between letters and sounds. Phonics has a better impact on children’s reading ability than any other type of reading program. It has also been shown to improve spelling, particularly among kindergarteners and first graders.

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