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.