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It's fun to roll dough snakes and make capital letters and numbers. Use the tray with sand, shaving cream, or rice for additional practice.
Roll-A-Dough Letters and Stamp and See Screen also work well together. Use the Roll-A-Dough Cards on the Stamp and See Screen as a template for tracing letters. Students will be amazed when they lift the card and see the letters they made.
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Pre-writing instruction and practice made easy (size, shape, and position words and concepts). Use with Capital Letter Cards and Mat to teach letter building. Set includes 26 pieces: 8 Big Lines, 6 Big Curves, 6 Little Lines, 6 Little Curves.
Use on tables, lockers, or cubbies. They are great visual aids for teaching children how to write their names in capitals and title case. Contains 30 (3½" x 11") card stock plates.
The 4" x 6" Slate Chalkboard is used
to teach and remediate capitals and numbers.
• The smiley face at the corner reinforces top-to-bottom, left-to-right directionality.
• Children write capitals and numbers in a consistent size.
• The frame prevents and eliminates reversals.
After mastering guided formation on the Letter Cards, children progress to building letters on the 8" x 11" blue Mat. The smiley face on the top left corner reminds them where to start.