I am so appreciative of the kind comments and generosity of the many fellow bloggers I have met thus far. Thank you ALL for sharing as you do! As a thank-you, I am posting the sequencing activity pages I made for my own students. All of my kiddos can use scissors (I know, I know…be still my heart), so we are doing a variety of “arranging” type activities during the week. I began working with our Tier I students this a.m., and even though several know the letters of the alphabet, many are unsure of the sequence as seen on paper. And…who doesn’t need to practice forming/writing the letters? The following file comes in pdf format with six pages covering the alphabet in five letter chunks (except for the last page–Tt Uu Vv Ww Xx Yy Zz). You will notice both “mama” and “baby” letters are practiced. I feel teaching the many forms of Aa is just as effective as teaching all capitals, or all lowercase. Click on the picture to grab this resource! Have a great “short” week too.