This is a worksheet activity for beginning dictionary skills. The files 1-14 are to be used to practice beginning alphabetical order. Some of the worksheets are dot-to-dot style, some are a maze/path style, and one is a type in which your child finds groups.
I would say that these worksheets are for children who are between 3-8 years old, depending on whether or not they have learned the names of the letters, can point to any letter and say its name, and is able to recite the alphabet song.
I taught my children the names of the letters in the alphabet using an "ABC" book. There are several "ABC" books to choose from. We used Dr. Seuss's ABC.
During that time, and for years after, I kept letters available to my children. We had magnetic letters on the refrigerator and letters that came on a special magnetic board that had a space for each letter.
h-i-j-k-lmnop, (l-m-n-o spoken twice as quickly as rest of rhyme)
q-r-s, t-u-v, ( pause between s and t)
w--x, y-and-z, (pause between x and y, w and x last for two beats)
Now I know my ABCs;
Next time won't you sing with me (the last line varies)