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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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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.
Children develop important social, cognitive, and physical skills as they sing, tap, dance, rock, and rap to develop school readiness. Includes 25 songs.
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.
Unique crayons promote proper grip, eye/hand coordination, and fine motor skills through the flip of the crayon. 2 colors and 2 points per crayon—10 colors in all. Tub of 206 crayons.
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.
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.