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To be able to effectively set the words in alphabetical order, you must first know the alphabet and its correct order.
To put words in alphabetical order, we should look at the first letter of each word.
ape, ball, dad, game, sun, yoyo
If more than one word starts with the same letter, you should look at the second letter of the word.
Carabao, farm, fish, goat
In some cases, you may need to look at the third word if two or more words have the same first and second letters.
We need to know the alphabet and alphabetical order to complete many tasks such as doing research, looking for a telephone number in a telephone directory and finding a word in the dictionary.
Here are some examples:
Days of the week- Friday, Monday, Saturday, Sunday, Thursday, Tuesday, Wednesday
Months of the Year- April, February, January, March, May
Names- Bert, Carina, Daniel, Elijah, Errol
Alphabetical Order Worksheets
This bundle contains 5 ready-to-use Alphabetical Order worksheets that are perfect to test student knowledge and understanding of Alphabetical Order which is an indexing method in which names, terms, or words are arranged in the same sequence as the letters of the alphabet (A-Z).
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