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If a child skips a letter in writing the alphabet, do the subsequent letters still receive credit?

Article ID: 2153
Last updated: 23 Nov, 2008

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If a child skips a letter in writing the alphabet, do the subsequent letters still receive credit?

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Those letters should receive 1 point as long as the subsequent letters are correctly formed and are in correct sequence.. For example, "b, c, e, g, h" receives 5 points, because all letters are in the correct sequence of the alphabet. If the child wrote, "b, e, i, g, h," the child would get 4 points for b, e, and g, and h, provided the letters were written correctly.

Article ID: 2153
Last updated: 23 Nov, 2008
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