About: Alphabet, al fa bet, (from Alpha and Beta, the first two letters of the Greek alphabet), the series of characters used in writing a language, and intended to represent the sounds of which it consists. The English alphabet, like all those of modern Europe except the Russian, is derived directly from the Latin, the Latin from the ancient Greek and that from the Phoenician, which again is believed to have had its origin in the Egyptian hieroglyphics.
|Sneek-a-peek at artifacts and art exercises under this ABC resource.|
- Search the alphabet coloring pages at Crayon Palace
- Search the printable alphabet reading resources at Crayon Palace
- Color Bible Scriptures from the Color The Bible and at Easter Egg Crafts
- Hieroglyphics or Picture Writing
- "Chicka, Chicka, Boom, Boom" in My Classroom
- Create a Manuscript to Cursive Chart
- Restored Antique Alphabet Prints
- Illuminate Your Initial
- Alien Name Cursive Exercise
- What's In a Name?
- The Alphabet 100 Ways
- A Terrible Horrible Cursive Exercise
Index page last updated April 26 , 2017