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Using Adjectives Alphabetical Order Worksheet, students practice how to put examples of adjectives in alphabetical order using the alphabet as support.
Knowing how to put words in alphabetical order is an important skill for students to learn. This skill helps students find words in a dictionary or books in a library.This worksheet gives twenty words to students for students to rewrite in ABC order.
First, write the alphabet at the top of the page. Next, check for words that begin with the letter A. If you find a word that begins with A in the word blank, write it on the line provided. Continue your practice with words B to Z. Once you have finished putting the words in ABC order, write a sentence using a word from the word bank.
If you are using this worksheet, your students are probably learning about alphabetical order.
Use this Farm Hard Alphabetical Order Activity as an additional resource for your students.
To introduce this worksheet, listen to the Have Fun Teaching Alphabet Animal Song. Next, students gives strategies to put words in alphabetical order. Then, students write the words in ABC order individually or with a partner. Finally, students create their own lists of words in alphabetical order.
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