This set of varied worksheets provides a comprehensive set of fun exercises to give pupils practice with the alphabet.
For children who are already totally familiar with the alphabet, the exercises will provide a great challenge to test their knowledge.
For children in need of further consolidation, the exercises will improve their grasp through repetitive exposure to the alphabet in a variety of fun ways.
My experience is that children love these exercises in the same way as they love crosswords or Sudoku - they are focused, self-contained and personally challenging.
Let me know if you have any questions or suggestions, and a BIG BIG thanks for looking (as a full time practicing teacher, I KNOW how time consuming this process can be).
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Teacher/Author: Barrie James
Keywords: alphabet, dictionary, ordering