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Alphabet Worksheets

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Our alphabet worksheets help your child tackle one of the foundations of their school life - forming the building blocks for all of the English worksheets they’ll complete in the future! The alphabet is one of the most important things for your child to learn, helping them with reading, writing, and reading comprehension worksheets as they progress throughout their education. Our alphabetical order worksheets are mainly throughout KS1, with some revision at the start of KS2. By introducing new topics and concepts slowly, we can make sure your child solidifies their previous knowledge before moving on to new things, helping them remember what they’ve learnt for the long term.

Learn about alphabet worksheets

We have a dedicated team of teachers who create our alphabet worksheets, all aligned with the National Curriculum. We know it’s hard to keep children interested in learning, which is why we ensure all of our printable alphabet worksheets are fun and engaging to complete! Our worksheets are designed to be completed either in addition to normal school work, or as a homeschooling aid, so regardless of your situation, our worksheets can fit in with your child. Try out one of our sample free alphabet worksheets above!

The majority of learning about the alphabet happens in Key Stage 1. Our year 1 alphabet worksheets focus on the basics, primarily learning and understanding vowels and consonants and being introduced to the order of the alphabet. Your child will also be introduced to several common sounds found throughout the English language; a to i, j to r and s to z are all sounds your child will begin to be more familiar with.


Our year 2 alphabet worksheets help your child to learn and understand long and short vowels and the differences between them.



By the time your child reaches our Key Stage 2 alphabet worksheets, they should have a good understanding of the alphabet, its order and how it can be used to make different sounds. Our year 3 alphabet worksheets help to consolidate this by using dictionaries to revise alphabet order.

What is EdPlace?

We're your National Curriculum aligned online education content provider helping each child succeed in English, maths and science from year 1 to GCSE. With an EdPlace account you'll be able to track and measure progress, helping each child achieve their best. We build confidence and attainment by personalising each child's learning at a level that suits them.

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