For now, this is just a prototype worksheet. I want to learn how to read and write the Precursor alphabet (found in the Jak and Daxter game series) fluently, and came up with a worksheet I think might work. And I understand it's weird to write the entire Precursor sentence at the bottom, so a simpler idea is to just write the sentence in English, just writing all the letters the worksheet is focusing on in precursor. This one, for example, you would write all the A's in Precursor.
I went for the kind of worksheet you'd find in grade school, or at least what I can remember of them. And yes I do plan on doing 26 worksheets total, one for every letter of the alphabet. If the next alphabet worksheet looks like this one, then this is no longer a prototype.
Hope you at least get a chuckle.
A is for Ashelin.FirstNextLast
Precursor Alphabet (c) Naughty Dog
Alphabet Worksheet (c) Jordan Munn