# Alphabet Review Worksheets

#### How to Learn the Alphabet

When kids are starting to learn something, they usually donâ€™t get it right on the first try. Even though it usually takes a little longer for them to learn a few things, once they start remembering it, they start excelling it. And there is only one thing to help children learn better, and that is practice. If your kids are starting to learn the alphabet, the best idea to make them remember it is by helping them first understand what the alphabet is. Start by making them say the alphabets in order loudly. Make them repeat the order daily, this is how they will grasp the gist of letters. You can also catch their attention by making them learn the abcd song. Try pairing the alphabets with some animal or thing, this will make them learn the alphabets.

###### Missing Leaves

Write a letter of the alphabet to complete each set of letters.

###### After Me

Write the letter that comes after the letters.

###### Before Me

Write the letter that comes before the letters.

###### The Middle

Write the letter that comes in the middle of the letters.

###### Missing

Write the missing letters to complete the alphabet.

###### Columns

Match the lower case letters in Column 1 with the upper case letters in Column 2.

###### Beginning Sounds

Match the letter in Column 1 with the beginning sound of the picture in Column 2.

###### Another Go!

Match the sounds and pictures.

###### Begins With...

Match the letters in Column 1 with the picture that begins with that letter in Column 2.

###### Starting Off

Which letter does each picture begin with?

###### Beginnings

Which letter start it off?

###### Late Letters

We looks at things that start with u, v, w, x, y, or z.

###### Letter Match

Say the name of the first letter in each row. Circle the letters in the row that match the first letter.

###### Letter Match

Choose a matching letter.

###### My Match

Use this apple like activity to learn your letters.

###### Match Me

Say the name of the first letter in each row. Circle the letters in the row that match the first letter.

###### Which is It?

Find letters that match the first.

###### Double Take

You will find two of each letter.

###### Capital Match

Find matching capital letters.

###### 1st Letter

Find all the letters that match the first one.

###### Row Match

Match all the letters in each row.

###### Find the Same

Circle all the same letters in each row.

###### What's Next?

Look at each row of letter patterns. Find the letter that comes next and write it on the line.

###### Recognizing Alphabet Patterns

Students find patterns in the alphabet.

###### Next

Which letter would you expect to be next?

###### Alphabet Sequence

Find which letter is missing.

###### Letter Patterns

Look at the pattern and complete it.

###### Finish it Off

What would finish this off?

###### Letter Sequence

Try to understand the sequence that is being presented and finish it off for yourself.

###### Last In the Door

What should be the ending letter in the sequence?

###### On the Line

Find the letter that comes next and write it on the line.

###### Finishing Move

What is the last letter in each sequence?

###### Capital Letter Match

Match the capital letters in Column 1 with the lower case letters in Column 2.

###### Lower Case Match

Match the capital letters in Column 1 with the lower case letters in Column 2.

###### Lower Match

Another lower case matching activity.

###### Lower Me

Yup, another for you.

###### Lowercase Patterns

Student examine lower case letters for patterns.

###### Writing with Letters

This section reviews the use and writing of all the letters of the alphabet. Choose the letter you wish to work with.