I think we've all had students who have difficulty learning the alphabet. The alphabet song is great until we get to l-m-n-o-p. Some students think that this is all one letter. Or if they realize that it is five letters, they still have problems.
This graphic will help those students--and all students--learn the alphabet. As students are reciting the alphabet, have them point to each finger on the graphic as they say l, m, n, o, p. After working with the graphic, students can work without it by holding out their hand and pointing to each finger (per the graphic) as they say l, m, n, o, p. This simple tool makes a big difference. It helps students separate each of the five letters and helps keep the letters straight in their mind.
This document has 3 pages: 1 upper case, 1 lower case, and 1 with both upper and lower cases. It can be used as a handout for each student to use in the classroom. It can also be sent home for parents to work with their children. If you like, you can turn it into a poster for your classroom.