When we start our learning journey, we start with learning basic things that may seem unnecessary. One such thing is learning to order things in alphabetical order. Children are taught to order several in alphabetical order. Though this might seem like an unnecessary thing to learn it is essential to know as it is useful in many places. One such scenario is when one needs to refer to a dictionary.
This week we bring to you this ‘festival costume ABC order printable worksheet’ for you to teach kids to order the costumes alphabetically. We aim to make each exercise as fruitful as possible hence the worksheets are festival-based. Use these to teach your kids about some common festivals.
The first sheet is Halloween-based. Ask your kid to numbers the Halloween costumes in alphabetical order neatly in the space provided below as you tell them that Halloween is a festival celebrated in several countries across the world. People take part in parades, trick or treat and dress up as ghosts, witches, mummies, fairies, skeletons, and more.
The first sheet is based on Christmas. Christmas is a Christian eve celebrated across several countries to mark the birth of Jesus Christ. While it is a Christian festival it is celebrated by people of other faith as a holiday. There are several six different images that are generally associated with the day of Christmas. Here, students have to arrange elf, Jesus, Santa Claus, angel, mother Mary, and snowman in alphabetical order.
Carnival is a Western Christian festive season involving public celebration and events such as parades street parties and other entertainments. Often these entertainments are combined with some elements of a circus. People set aside their individuality and dress up in costumes that let them break away from their normal life and enjoy the festival and social unity. In the sheet below students are to write the mentioned carnival costumes in ABC order.
The next worksheet consists of famous Easter costumes. Easter is another important festival for Christians that celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Traditionally, Easter is celebrated across countries by visiting churches, hymns, and prayer but like with all Christian festivities, many nonreligious celebrations are performed on the day. Children in several western countries are gifted new spring clothes and participate in decorating eggs and Easter egg hunts where eggs are hidden by the Easter Bunny to celebrate the festival. Students have to write the Easter costumes given below in alphabetical order.
The final sheet in the worksheet has some common thanksgiving costumes that need to be organized in ABC order. Thanksgiving is a religious and cultural tradition celebrated as a secular holiday across the world. It is a national holiday in several countries which began to be celebrated as a day of giving thanks for the blessing of the harvest of the preceding year. Generally, the celebration involves a feast.
Download the worksheet and help your child develop the ability to sort words in alphabetical order and learn about some common festivals. Get started now!