Alphabetical Order Practice Packet 2--
The alphabetical order practice packet 2 is a fun, effective way for students to practice putting words in alphabetical order AND to monitor each student's level of mastery of this skill. It is formatted similar to my alphabetical order practice packet 1.
The packet includes 10 word lists that progress in difficulty. It includes student charts with 10 boxes that can be filled with a stamp or sticker for each level mastered. Included is also a teacher chart to track student progress. As students sort each set of words, they record their answers on the provided record sheet, which can then be quickly graded with the provided keys. A large set of nests is also included if you wish to have a large visual on which students can sort. Ideas included for incorporating hands-on ideas in your classroom.
You will find in this 20-page packet:
Teacher Tips and Ideas
Teacher Chart for tracking student progress
Student self-progress chart
Word Set #1 (all beginning with different letters)
Word Set #2 (2 words beginning with same letter)
Word Set #3 (2 sets of 2 words beginning with same)
Word Set #4 (3 sets of 2 words beginning with same)
Word Set #5 (3 words beginning with same letter)
Word Set #6 (2 sets of 3 words beginning with same)
Word Set #7 (4 words beginning with same letter)
Word Set #8 (6 words beginning with same letter)
Word Set #9 (8 words beginning with same letter)
Word Set #10 (10 words beginning with same letter)
Nest Set to Arrange Words on as sorting
Recording Sheet on which students record their lists after completing a set
Key for lists 1-10
If you love packet 1 but aren't sure how you would use two packets, consider these ideas:
-Hang both sets of student progress charts and require students to master set 1 in BOTH packets before moving on to set 2 in both packets.
-Use one packet during the first half of the year, and the other during the second half of the year for more reinforcement of the skill.
-Use one packet for classroom use, and the other for homework purposes.