3 Spring Alphabetical Order Downloads for First Grade

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Spring is just around the corner and its a great time to practice alphabetical order in first grade. Here are 3 spring and Easter themed worksheets that will give your students practice on putting words in abc order. Want to do more with spring words? Use any of these spring words to create a writing center so students can integrate them into a writing piece.

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Spring ABC Order Free Downloads

Teach Junkie: 3 Spring Alphabetical Order Downloads for First Grade - Alphabetical Order Packet
source: learningisforsuperstars.blogspot.com

1. Alphabetical Order Packet – this packet has 3 sets and is brilliantly color coded to help keep all of the pieces together. This packet contains a recording sheet in addition to the cut and paste activity. With words like baseball, chick, kite, jacket and grass it will appeal to both boys and girls in your class and be a support to ELL students. {Free download}

Teach Junkie: 3 Spring Alphabetical Order Downloads for First Grade - Little Bear ABC Order
source: 1stgradefantabulous.blogspot.com

2. Little Bear – In the spring bears are done hibernating so it’s the perfect time to order words that involve bears. This cross-curricular worksheet incorporates science vocabulary. This could also be used as handwriting practice. A great companion to reading Little Bear’s Friend and for incorporating words like hibernate, koala, grizzly, and forest. {Free download}

Teach Junkie: 3 Spring Alphabetical Order Downloads for First Grade - Eggstra Compound Words
source: tattlingtotheteacher.blogspot.com

3. Eggstra Compound Words – This matching set of cards comes with a recording sheet and has great Easter egg graphics so it’s sure to make a great match with your first grade themed activities. This activity will have your students practicing words like crosswalk, moonlight, inside – twenty words in all. {Free download}

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Leslie {aka the original Teach Junkie} loves learning new things to make teaching easier and more effective. She enjoys featuring creative classroom fun when she's not designing teacher shirts, making kindergarten lesson plans or planning her family's next trip to Disney World.

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