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Writing the Alphabet

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Below is a chart showing all the letters of the alphabet in order. It is divided into four separate columns (from left to right):

  1. Capital Letters: Listed here are text examples of Capital Letters. These are used for the first word of a sentence and for all proper nouns; such as peoples names, specific places, organization name (sometimes in title names, like the top row of the chart here).
  2. Stroke Order (Capital Letters): Listed here are text examples of Capital Letters being written.
  3. Lower-case Letters: Listed here are text examples of Lower-case Letters. These letters are primarily used throughout English, except for the examples listed under Capital Letters, so they are used far more often.
  4. Stroke Order (Lower-case Letters): Listed here are text examples of Lower-case Letters being written.

The stroke order listed here is general suggestion on how to write the letters of the alphabet. However, typically the look of the written letters is more important than following a specific order to get the final product.

Capital Letters


Stroke Order

Lower-Case Letters

Stroke Order

A

a

B

b

C

c

D

d

E

e

F

f

G

g

H

h

I

i

J

j

K

k

L

l

M

m

N

n

O

o

P

p

Q

q

R

r

S

s

T

t

U

u

V

v

W

w

X

x

Y

y

Z

z