The included 27 Alphabet Practice Pages provide students with practice in identifying the letters of the alphabet, writing the letters of the alphabet, and identifying the most frequent sound of each letter of the alphabet. Why are there 27 pages instead of 26? I have provided one page where students can draw a picture of a word that begins with /x/ and another page where students can draw a picture of a word that ends with /x/. It's your choice which one you'd like to use!
Here's what you'll find on each page:
*Handwriting practice for the capital letter.
*Handwriting practice for the lower case letter.
*Color the capital and lower case letter.
*Draw a picture of something that begins with that letter's sound.
These pages are an easy way to introduce a letter, review a letter, or provide quick homework for a letter!