Alphabetizing Worksheet: Rule 3 (Arranging Words Based on Second and Third Letter of the Word)
This alphabetizing worksheet is designed for elementary-level (6 to 12 years) children to practice arranging words in alphabetical order based on the second and third letter of the word.
From the previous worksheets, we learned
- Alphabets letters
- Words starting with alphabet
- Arranging letters in alphabetical order
- Arranging words in alphabetic order based on the first letter
A. How to Arrange Words in Alphabetical Order Based on the Second Letter of the Word?
Let us take an example: Fox, Fig, Fan
Here, the first letter (F) is the same for all three words.
Now, observe the second letter of each word (Fox, Fig, Fan )
List them based on which the second letter comes first in alphabetical order.
Alphabetic Order: Fan, Fig, Fox
B. How to Arrange Words in Alphabetical Order Based on the Third Letter of the Word?
What if two or more words have the same first letter and second letter?
Example: bone, body, boil
Here, all words’ first letter (b) and the second letter (o) is the same.
Check the third letter of each word – bone, body, boil
Arrange them based on which the third letter comes first in alphabetical order.
Alphabetic order: body, boil, bone
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- ABC Order Worksheet: Rule 1 (Arranging Letters in Order)
- Alphabetizing Worksheet: Rule 2 (Arranging Words in Alphabetical Order based on First Letter of the Word)
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- ABC order Worksheet: Identifying the words and arrange them in order
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