Lately, B has been pointing to letters in books and saying “Why’d they make the g (or a) look like that?” So I decided to print the alphabet in different fonts and have him sort it. This was a really neat letter font sort activity. Not only did it give him practice identifying letters but also putting them in alphabetical order.
These trays are actually wall shelves from Dollar Tree but you can use any type of container to sort.
Below are capital letter and lowercase letter printables:
highlight the text on the entire page to change the font quickly
**Documents updated on 3-7-12**