ABC Order Cut and Paste Worksheets

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ABC order can be a tricky concept for some students, but with a little practice, they can get it.

These ABC order cut and paste worksheets are perfect for kids who are learning to alphabetize to the first letter.

Like all of my printables, these worksheets can be used in many different ways. Scroll down to find learn all the ways you can use them with your children.

ABC Order Cut and Paste Worksheets

Add this free activity to your early elementary literacy centers and lesson plans.

Putting Words in ABC Order

In order to learn ABC order, kids must first understand what it is. ABC order is a way of organizing words alphabetically from A to Z.

How to Teach ABC Order

Kids need a lot of practice with alphabetizing words. To start, you can provide your student with a letter strip.

This provides them with a visual reminder of the order the letters appear in the alphabet.

Once your kids have a firm grasp on the alphabet, you can remove the letter strip and encourage them to say the alphabet in their head as they put the words in order.

ABC Order Worksheets

Practicing ABC order doesn’t have to be boring. This fun learning activity will provide your children with fun, hands-on practice that fits seamlessly in your learning themes.

What You’ll Need

  • free abc order worksheets (below)
  • scissors
  • glue stick
  • crayons (optional)

Preparing the Activity

Download the free printable from the end of this post. That’s it! These print-and-go worksheets are all set.

Completing the Activity

Have children cut off the right side of the page. Then, cut apart the twelve words.

Alphabetize the themed words gluing them in order in the blank boxes.

Remember to encourage kids to use a letter strip or to sing the ABC’s in their head as they put the words in order.

Alternative Ways to Use the Printables

You can use these worksheets for writing practice instead of cut and paste, if you’d like. Have kids write the words on the right in ABC order in the boxes on the left.

To make the handwriting activity reusable, you can slip the page in a dry erase pocket and have kid suse dry erase markers to complete them.


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ABC Order
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