Alphabetical Order Worksheets
Rounded up here are alphabetical order worksheets curated to intrigue children of kindergarten through grade 5 comprising printable activities such as missing letters, connecting dots, comparing words with 1 to 5 similar letters, sorting and alphabetizing words, arranging compound words in ABC order. Using glossaries and dictionaries, and looking up a phone book or a playlist are life skills so ingrained in our brains that we don’t realize we are using ABC order in our day-to-day life. Try these no-prep worksheets to master alphabetization. Some of the handouts are absolutely free of cost!
Basic Alphabetization & Categorization CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.K.5.A & L.1.5.A
Pose a challenge to kindergarteners with this engaging missing letter worksheet featuring railroad cars with a few empty cars. Fill them with the consecutive letters to complete this alphabetical order worksheet.
Promote letter recognition and build pre-reading skills with this batch of connecting the dots printable worksheets. Spark curiosity as kids sequence the letters by joining dots to reveal the mystery pictures.
Snip the word cards, sort them as fruits and vegetables. Arrange them alphabetically and glue the fruits and vegetables in the appropriate columns of the T-chart to complete this ABC order pdf worksheet.
Identify each picture and decide if the object is living or non-living based on the specific traits. Cut the picture cards, classify them as living and non-living things and glue them in the space provided.
Alphabetization CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.2.4.E & L.3.4.D
This two-part alphabetical order worksheet provides a list of words. Direct kids to circle the word that comes first in alphabetical order in Part A, and circle the word that comes last alphabetically in Part B.
Categorize the animals presented in the word box as mammals, birds, insects, reptiles and fishes. Arrange them alphabetically and write them in the appropriate columns of the classification table.
The signboards have groups of 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6-letter words. Compare the first letters to decide which of four strings comes first in alphabetical order. Number the words to sequence them.
Sort the words presented in the word box into groups based on similar first letters indicated on the butterfly. Arrange them in ABC order and write them on the numbered wings of the butterfly.
Demonstrate how to start alphabetizing from different points of the word. Instruct kids in grade 1, grade 2 and grade 3 to observe the words with 2 or 3 same initial letters and figure out which groups are arranged alphabetically.
Indexing is arranging the names, terms, or words in the same sequence as the letters of the alphabet. This pdf worksheet helps practice indexing with the days of the week and months in a year.
Brush up skills with this alphabetization worksheet consisting of vocabulary words specific to spring, summer, autumn and winter. Compare the first letters of the words, order and rewrite them.
Develop alphabetization skills with this printable template. Write the names of your classmates in a rough paper. Sift through the list of names and sequence them alphabetically.
Alphabetization CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.4.4.C & L.5.4.C
Challenge children with this ABC order worksheet consisting of a group of words with 4 or 5 same initial letters. Rearrange the words alphabetically and write them in the space provided.
This unique alphabetical order worksheet provides a list of scrambled word caterpillars. Unscramble the letters and get them all in alphabetical order to make meaningful abecedarian words.
Ralph has lost his way. Use the ABC order and trace his path across the math maze in this fun pdf worksheet equipped with math vocabulary words to help Ralph reach school in time.
Challenge 4th and 5th grade children with this printable alphabetization worksheet featuring compound words. The children are expected to arrange the words alphabetically and rewrite them in order.
Once armed with the knowledge of arranging words alphabetically, get children to ponder on the given word pairs and think of a word that would fit between the two words when arranged alphabetically.