What? Alphabetizing is both a concept and a core life skill. More...Less
Whether organizing notes in an outline, looking up a word in the index of a book, or finding a document on your laptop, putting letters and words in ABC order is a necessary skill.
When? Kindergarteners and first graders learn that letters of the alphabet are arranged in a specific order and those letters represent individual sounds. More...Less
In grades 2, 3, 4, and 5, students continue to practice and expand on the alphabetic principle by alphabetizing words by the first, second, and more beginning letters.
How to teach: Teachers often assign weekly alphabetizing tasks using words from their students’ spelling and vocabulary word lists. Alphabetize turns this ordinary spelling and vocabulary assignment into an engaging activity.
Play to learn: Students drag and drop words from their word list to put them in alphabetical order. More...Less
When a word is dropped into the wrong spot, the student gets immediate feedback. Students continue to work until they have successfully put all the words in alphabetical order. Students can choose from two different scenes for this game. The younger students may prefer to have Jojo, the monkey holding up their list. The older students can just see the list without Jojo.
Teaching Tip: Make Alphabetize a part of your word study literacy center or assign it for homework. More...Less
For first graders and some second graders, provide an alphabet chart so students can refer to it when alphabetizing a group of words. For students in grades 3-5, place a timer in your literacy center so students can either time themselves or compete with a partner to see how quickly they can alphabetize their assigned words.
The Alphabetizer is a online text sorter for putting terms in alphabetical order. Use it to sort any list of text online, using your computer or mobile device. This web tool -- and educational resource -- provides sorting functions including the ability to: put items in alphabetical order, remove HTML, capitalize and lowercase words and phrases, reverse abc order, ignore case, order names, sort by last name, add numbers, letters and roman numerals to lists, and more. Visitors can use this gadget on their tablets, phones and computers to help with homework, business, sort a list of movies, a list of songs, a video list, television list or just for fun! Oh, and it's free!
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