On EducationCity, there are a number of worksheets (also known as Activity Sheets) available that involve the alphabet for a variety of academic year levels, which students and teachers can use.
All the worksheets are fantastic for a bit of extra practice on alphabet learning and as an introductory or follow-up activity to lessons also.
As well as this, all the worksheets are paired with an Activity on EducationCity (all Activities are named with the same title as worksheets so they’re easy to find) which means there’s even more learning to be had to really help students with alphabet learning.
To find the worksheets, it’s simple, just search for the ID number in the Search tool on EducationCity.
Let’s take a look at our English worksheets involving the alphabet…
ABC Sing-Along: #26368 – A modern alphabet sing-along.
ABC…: #5158 – Understand and use the term ‘vowel’ and ‘consonant’.
ABC…: #5149 – The original alphabet sing-along/nursery rhyme.
Hatching Eggs: #4682 – Match the upper case to the lower case letters by clicking on the eggs.
Hatching Eggs: #4683 – Remember which eggs are lower case and upper case and match them.
Going Spare: #28833 – To match a sound to its corresponding letter (lowercase) from phase 2: s, a, t, p, i, n, m, d, g, o, c, k, e, u, r, h, b, f, l.
Going Spare: #12418 – Match the upper case letter to its corresponding sound.
Vowels Sing-Along: #5621 – A modern alphabet sing-along that highlights the vowels.
Key Stage 1
Crazy Golf: #4553 – Know the quartiles of the dictionary.
Lower Key Stage 2
Years 3 & 4
Hu-la-la: #5531 – Organise words alphabetically using the first 2 letters.
Alongside alphabet learning, don’t forget about our phonics area! Whether you’re teaching to the Letters & Sounds, Jolly Phonics or Read Write Inc. programme, we’ve got a whole area of phonics Activities for you to see. All the Activities come with worksheets to support the learning of the sounds that make up words and in spelling and decoding them.
To see our phonics areas, just head to the English module and select either F2 or Year 1.