Alphabet Worksheets is available in three formats: Cursive Alphabet Worksheets, Aligned Font Worksheets, and Mixed Font Worksheets. Each comes in three formats and all three provide students the same essential benefits. Alphabet Worksheets can be used for practicing handwriting skills, developing written language skills, and increasing reading comprehension. Students can complete a worksheet with one to three prompts depending on their level of difficulty. Most teachers supply students with a sheet of blank white paper on which they type the alphabetical letters they have been given, making the activity fun and exciting.
In traditional alphabet writing worksheets, students write the alphabetical letters by hand using the pen. They use the computer keyboard to select letters or can use a pointer to draw the letters. Many programs offer a handwriting exercises to test how much of a student’s ability is based on actual penmanship. Some keyboard courses are especially designed for students learning how to write with the keyboard.
Cursive handwriting worksheets deliver printed text and computer-generated letters to two different handwriting practice pages for your class. The first page of each worksheet contains printed letters that can be used for practice. The second page contains an array of handwritten letters, similar to those on an alphanumeric list, that students can use to practice their letters and words. The third page offers an A-Z list of printed letters and word suggestions, as well as basic punctuation. The purpose of the third page is to reinforce the learning process through repetition and show how the letters are spelled (and what to look for when they are misspelled). Alphabet cursive worksheets are an excellent way for elementary students to increase their skills in both phonemic awareness and writing skills.