If I said, “DGJ or PQH?” to you, would you know what I was talking about? How about, “ABC or XYZ?” I’m guessing that these last two sets of letters would help you figure out that I was talking about the alphabet, or the ABCs. We learn the alphabet in a particular order. The alphabet has capital and lowercase letters, and, sometimes, these partner letters look like each other. In this activity, students will explore capital and lowercase letters, as well as examine a group of letters and discover which letter is missing.
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