Finding the Missing Letters and Sequencing

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Grade Level
Kindergarten
Subject
Reading & Writing
Length of Time
45 minutes
Description

Students will have two worksheets.

Worksheet One - Students will find the missing letters.

Worksheet Two - Students will put the letters of the alphabet in order. I have written the letters on their worksheet, but they are out of order.

Goals

Students will learn:
To find the missing letters of the alphabet
To put the alphabet in order

Materials Needed

Worksheet with missing letters of the alphabet
Worksheet with the letters of the alphabet mixed up.

Procedure

Instructions for Worksheet One - Find the Missing Letters

First, you need to draw a large shape in the center of the page. You can draw a large shape such as a circle, square, triangle, octagon, or any other kind of shape you would like to use.

Then, you can type or write in the letters of the alphabet. Leave out two or three of the letters and have the students see if they can find the missing letters. You can also add some letters twice. Worksheet One - Find the Missing Letters

Directions: You will find the letters in the alphabet. When you find a letter, you can cross it out from the list below. Then, see if you can locate the missing letter or letters. After that, you will write the missing letter or letters in the blank below.Alphabet Letters:

C E G J L B D A F X Z W Y

H K I M O N P R T S U V Q



Missing Letters: ______________

First, you will copy Worksheet One and Two. Then, you will hand them the first worksheet to do independently.

After that, you will give them the second one. Worksheet Two - Sequencing - The Alphabet

Directions: Put the following letters of the alphabet in order.

C E G J L B D A F X Z W Y

H K I M O N P R T S U V Q

1. 14.

2. 15.

3. 16.

4. 17.

5. 18.

6. 19.

7. 20.

8. 21.

9. 22.

10. 23.

11. 24.

12. 25.

13. 26.

Grading

You can grade the students on finding the missing letters and on how well they put the letters in order.

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