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Missing Alphabet Letters - Alphabet Activities

Alphabet Printables - Missing Alphabet Charts...

  • 14 different combinations of letters missing from uppercase and lowercase alphabet charts.

  • Print and Laminate and children fill in the missing letters using whiteboard marker.

     

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Missing Alphabet Letters Activity - Suggestions for Use


  • *I used to copy these 14 different combinations onto different coloured cardex and then laminate it.
  • *The children then used these during literacy groups or early finishers using whiteboard markers to fill in the missing letters.
  • *Could also be used as a separate individual alphabet worksheets.

 


 

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