Alphabetical Order : PowerPoint Lesson and Worksheets
This resource contains an interactive and highly visual 50-slide PowerPoint lesson that clearly and visually demonstrates and explains alphabetical order to the first, second, third, fourth and fifth letter. It also explains why it is important to understand and use alphabetical order. Opportunities are provided within the PowerPoint to practise putting items into alphabetical order.

It also contains 12 worksheets. The tasks include:

- placing words/ items in alphabetical order to the second and third letters
- placing patients' names in a doctor's filing system
- locating CDs in alphabetically labeled boxes
- re-writing shopping list in alphabetical order

The worksheets are differentiated - one set contains the letters of the alphabet on the worksheets for students to refer to. The second set are more challenging and do not include the alphabet on the worksheet. Students will need to know the alphabet to complete these.

This resource is appropriate for primary aged pupils and older, SEN/ ESL / EFL students.

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Created: Jan 1, 2016

Updated: Jun 23, 2019

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