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How do you put words in alphabetical order? For example:
In this lesson you will learn to alphabetize words by looking at the beginning letters in the words.
Core Lesson To alphabetize means arrange words in order of the letters in the alphabet arranged in alphabetical order
Underline the first letter of each word. 1 2 Look at the underlined letters to figure out the order. 3 If necessary, repeat Steps 1 and 2 with the next letters.
igloo grain hobby goal Underline the first letter. 1
Core Lesson Which letter comes first in the alphabet? Look at the underlined letters to figure out the order. 2 igloo grain hobby goal graingoalhobbyigloo Which letter comes next?
Core Lesson graingoalhobbyigloo If necessary, repeat Steps 1 and 2 with the next letters. 3 goal grain hobby igloo
In this lesson you have learned to alphabetize words by looking at the beginning letters in the words.
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