Bright colors, engaging images, and active learning make this pocket chart the fun way to practice letter and sound identification, word building, spelling and more.
156 coated picture cards (picture on one side, word on the reverse)
52 uppercase and lowercase letter cards
4 blank cards
Nylon pocket chart
Pocket chart measures 28" L x 34" H
Common Core State Standards Alignment: Reading Foundational Skills
Learning Style: Tactile, Visual
Basic Concepts- The uppercase and lowercase letter cards teach students alphabet awareness, recognition, and matching.
Language- This chart supports and challenges early learners with beginning vocabulary and letter sounds. Students can enhance language skills by using the chart to build words and sort the 52 color-coded letter cards into vowels and consonants.
Organization- Match, sort, and organize the cards into 3 clear pockets and 26 letter pockets. Have students identify the 52 upper and lowercase letters and place them in the according pockets
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