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Alphabetize - CCSS L.1.1


Links verified on 10/06/2017

1. ABC Gulp.

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The friendly frog is very hungry. Help her catch a tasty fly by demonstrating your knowledge of the alphabet. You will hear a spoken letter name. Click on the matching printed letter. The frog will catch the correct letter with its tongue. SEE MORE
 
2. ABC Order Practice.

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Put the list of words in alphabetical order. SEE MORE
 
3. ABC Order.

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What letter comes next in a sequence of three? (Requires shockwave)  SEE MORE
 
4. Alphabet Games -.

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An index of interactive games from PBS Kids.  SEE MORE
 
5. Alphabet Order.

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Put the alphabet in the correct ABC order by clicking and dragging the letters to their correct place. SEE MORE
 
6. Alphabet Soup.

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Put the letters in order to form the missing word to the riddle. (Requires shockwave) SEE MORE
 
7. Alphabet Zoo.

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Help to sort the animals by putting the animals in ABC order. This game has 5 questions. SEE MORE
 
8. Alphabetical Adventure.

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Jump over the keys in alphabetical order to help Molly play a tune. Three levels: medium, hard, and really hard. (Worksheet available) SEE MORE
 
9. Alphabetical Order.

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Scroll down to Alphabetical Order 1. Put words into alphabetical order by dragging them over to the correct place in the word order panel. SEE MORE
 
10. Alphabetizing (Set 1).

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Drag and drop words in the correct alphabetical order.  SEE MORE
 
11. Alphabetizing (Set 2).

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Drag and drop words in correct order.  SEE MORE
 
12. Alphabetizing (Set 3).

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Drag and drop words in correct order by the second letter. SEE MORE
 
13. Alphabetizing Game.

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Place the words on the left in alphabetical order on the right. SEE MORE
 
14. Billy Bear's Alphabet Game.

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Four alphabet lessons, each with several games. Lesson one is a warm up. Lesson two - individual letters... includes two parts, the letters and pictures from alphabet lesson one, and pick the pictures that start with each letter. Lesson three helps to teach the letters on the keyboard. Type in the same letter that you see. In lesson four type in the missing letters for each word. This lesson may be a bit difficult for the younger child. Alphabet lessons one, two and three should be done before this lesson. SEE MORE
 
15. Connect the Dots

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Help Salvabear Dali finish his portraits of his friends by clicking on the dots in each picture in the correct order. Connect dots in alphabetical order to complete the drawing. [Three levels: easy-every letter, medium-missing letters, and hard-alphabet in reverse.]  SEE MORE
 
16. Connect the Dots.

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Click on the letters of the alphabet in the correct order from A to Z, to uncover the hidden picture. SEE MORE
 
17. Memory Match.

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Match capital to small letters to reveal a surprise picture; concentration style game. As matches are made they are reinforced on a chalkboard, writing down the matches so the student can go back and read the matches later. [A concentration style game that requires shockwave]  SEE MORE
 
18. Missing Letters of the Alphabet.

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Type the missing letter.  SEE MORE
 
19. Paw Park: Alphabet Bears.

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Bears wearing words on their shirts must be put into alphabetical order. [This expired link is available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive. If the page doesn't load quickly click on Impatient? at the bottom right of the page.]  SEE MORE
 
20. The Alphabet Book Game.

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Organize the out of order books. Click on the picture of the books to play, then click each book to put it in alphabetical order. (This game requires the Java Virtual Machine to be installed.) SEE MORE
 

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