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Understand Alphabetical Order 2

In this worksheet, students practise putting letters into alphabetical order.

'Understand Alphabetical Order 2' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:   Writing: Transcription

Curriculum subtopic:   Know Alphabet Order

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

This is the alphabet:

 

alphabet

 

The letters are always arranged in the same way, starting with a and finishing with z. This is called alphabetical order.

 

These letters are in alphabetical order:

 

Letters that are not next to each other in the alphabet can still be put into alphabetical order. For example:

 

In this worksheet you can practise putting letters into alphabetical order.

 

Look at these letters and decide whether they are in alphabetical order or not.

f  g  h

in alphabetical order

not in alphabetical order

 

Look at these letters and decide whether they are in alphabetical order or not.

n  m  o

in alphabetical order

not in alphabetical order

 

Look at these letters and decide whether they are in alphabetical order or not.

w  x  v

in alphabetical order

not in alphabetical order

 

 

Look at these letters and decide whether they are in alphabetical order or not.

k  l  m

in alphabetical order

not in alphabetical order

 

Look at these letters and decide whether they are in alphabetical order or not.

b  e  j

in alphabetical order

not in alphabetical order

 

Look at these letters and decide whether they are in alphabetical order or not.

p   s   n

in alphabetical order

not in alphabetical order

 

This time, look at the letters and put them into alphabetical order.

 

t  b  j

Column A

Column B

1
j
2
t
3
b

 

Look at these letters and put them into alphabetical order.

 

s  c  m

Column A

Column B

1
m
2
s
3
c

 

Look at these letters and put them into alphabetical order. There are four this time!

 

p  z  a  g

Column A

Column B

1
z
2
a
3
p
4
g

 

 

Look at these letters and put them into alphabetical order.

 

f  v  o  b

Column A

Column B

1
b
2
o
3
v
4
f
  • Question 1

 

Look at these letters and decide whether they are in alphabetical order or not.

f  g  h

CORRECT ANSWER
in alphabetical order
  • Question 2

 

Look at these letters and decide whether they are in alphabetical order or not.

n  m  o

CORRECT ANSWER
not in alphabetical order
  • Question 3

 

Look at these letters and decide whether they are in alphabetical order or not.

w  x  v

CORRECT ANSWER
not in alphabetical order
  • Question 4

 

 

Look at these letters and decide whether they are in alphabetical order or not.

k  l  m

CORRECT ANSWER
in alphabetical order
  • Question 5

 

Look at these letters and decide whether they are in alphabetical order or not.

b  e  j

CORRECT ANSWER
in alphabetical order
EDDIE SAYS
Even though these letters are not next to each other in the alphabet, they are in alphabetical order as b comes before e, and e comes before j.
  • Question 6

 

Look at these letters and decide whether they are in alphabetical order or not.

p   s   n

CORRECT ANSWER
not in alphabetical order
  • Question 7

 

This time, look at the letters and put them into alphabetical order.

 

t  b  j

CORRECT ANSWER

Column A

Column B

1
b
2
j
3
t
  • Question 8

 

Look at these letters and put them into alphabetical order.

 

s  c  m

CORRECT ANSWER

Column A

Column B

1
c
2
m
3
s
  • Question 9

 

Look at these letters and put them into alphabetical order. There are four this time!

 

p  z  a  g

CORRECT ANSWER

Column A

Column B

1
a
2
g
3
p
4
z
  • Question 10

 

 

Look at these letters and put them into alphabetical order.

 

f  v  o  b

CORRECT ANSWER

Column A

Column B

1
b
2
f
3
o
4
v
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