Understanding how sounds map to letters, and how those sounds develop words, help students learn how to write and supports their reading growth as well. Alphabet Resources provide opportunities for students to write uppercase and lowercase letters and to explore the relationships between sounds and letters, paving the way for successful writing and reading.
There are excellent ABC worksheets dedicated to the topic which your students will discover at the very beginning of their English studies. The alphabet is a topic that must be covered thoroughly with elementary students of any age.
This printable alphabet worksheet helps students practice upper and lowercase letters as well as sounds. As one commenter suggested, you can even change the worksheet, for example the images, to better suit your class so there is really no reason to have to start from scratch.
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Everyone has to start somewhere and since letters are the building blocks of the language, the alphabet is the perfect place to begin. Only elementary learners spend a significant amount of time learning the alphabet but these lessons are really important and will help them succeed later on.
If students are not familiar with the Latin alphabet, this will take a while and they will need to practice writing each letter too.
As basic as this seems, even adult beginners are going to need to start here so dedicate plenty of time to it. You never really finish with the alphabet but once students are comfortable with this material, they will be ready to move on to learning vocabulary, numbers, and even forming simple sentences.
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This resource features two letters of the alphabet per A4 page, with Handwriting themed illustrations in each one. Print out the letters you need to spell out your class name or topic title, or post them around your classroom as a handy alphabet writing aid.
printable pages: Student Alphabet Card for writing workshop & guided reading, ABC Cards to display in the classroom, Alphabet Mini-Book, and pages for poster-sized Alphabet Chart.
(Download from A to Z's store: Teacher eBooks NOW). Display Lettering Printable. Here you will find a beautifully designed collection of unique display letters and alphabets.
These have been specifically created to support teachers and classroom assistants in creating classroom displays that stimulate and engage children. A4 Alphabet posters displaying letter and 3 pictures. The pictures provides extra support for those new to learning the alphabet.
Print this and hang it in your classroom to add enviromental print to your room. This and the following resources illustrate the alphabet letters in upper and lower case can be used for display or provided for individual pupils to use in school and at home.
For classroom display, consider enlarging to A3 by photocopying.