Stamp and See Screen

Stamp and See Screen

# 024998

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Item #: 024998
Grades: PK

Choking Hazard
  • Small parts Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description:

This 4" x 6" magnetic screen allows children to stamp capital letters with the four included wooden magnetic stamps (big line, little line, big curve, and little curve). It also includes a writing tool that can be used to write directly on the screen. A slide eraser makes it easy to use the screen over and over again.
The Get Set for School program is the high quality program you would expect from Handwriting Without Tears. This program was designed specifically for the preschool years, and uses the fun methods you would expect for that age. This program employs a unique, multisensory approach which prepares children to write. Children will play, build, sing, color and learn while developing important skills. Readiness & Writing Pre-K Teacher's Guide, now in its 8th edition, provides everything you need to understand the program and developmental stages to effectively teach the lessons. Topically, children learn the alphabet, letter and number recognition and formation, counting, shapes, colors and drawing. The writing focus is on uppercase letters, while lowercase letters are taught toward the end of the year (beginning in Week 30) using the My First Lowercase Book. Complete explanations are given on how to use the suggested manipulatives. Lessons are easy to use and there is a suggested 36 week schedule found in the front of the book. Crayon skills are developed while using special pages for scribbling and coloring. Strokes are practiced on "Mat Man" before ever making a letter. Capital letters and numbers are then practiced using a crayon. There are also extra activity pages which check readiness skills.

I Know My Numbers is a set of 10 small horizontal booklets (14 pgs ea), each centered on a number 1-10 that a student methodically works through as they practice writing and understanding these numbers. They are full of charming black and white illustrations and clear instruction. Little Chalk Bits is a good sized box (about 6.5"x 4"x 2) full of 1 pieces of thin (1cm) white chalk. This will go a long way! Little Sponge Cubes is a set of 100 (50 yellow/50 blue) small cubes (1cm) of kitchen sponge. Just right for tiny fingers to erase with!

This is a wonderful introduction to the world of handwriting for the preschool child.We offer several packages with both the most essential and also with recommended items for the program to fit your budget.

A follow up book to preschool is Kick Start Kindergarten, which reviews upper and lowercase letters, or the Kindergarten program, Letters and Numbers for Me.
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Handwriting Without Tears
0.8 (lbs.)
7.0" x 8.5" x 1.0"
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I have a tactile learner
Brandon M on Jul 23, 2018
As another visual for my 3 year old to learn her letters.
Laura L on Apr 29, 2016
I have a tactile learner
Brandon M on Jul 23, 2018
Was recommended by my daughter that home schools
Timothy M on Dec 15, 2017
As another visual for my 3 year old to learn her letters.
Laura L on Apr 29, 2016
Was recommended by my daughter that home schools
Timothy M on Dec 15, 2017
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While this piece is not absolutely necessary it adds another element of fun and satisfaction (perfect letters) to HWT It comes in a nice clear zipper case with blue trim/handles It measures about 6"x8" with the actual screen being 4"x6" The small size is actually nice because it helps form letters within the correct boundaries You could graduate to using the magnetic stamps on a larger Magnadoodle The smiley face in the top left corner is a nice consistency with the other HWT materials It comes with the 6" rod and large arc (pictured) as well as a 3" rod and small arc After stamping the letter with the magnet-backed wood pieces students use the (cord-attached) chubby yellow stencil to freehand the letter; the magnet on its end makes a track as wide as the stamps - half-inch wide This is cleaner than the slate/chalk - much easier to erase! During our HWT sessions our daughter uses the larger HWT Wood Pieces Set to create the letter on the HWT Blue Mat first Then she creates it with this magnetic screen determining which stamps to use on the smaller scale Then she uses the slate/chalk and finally pencil on the special HWT paper with boxes Using the different mediums/sizes prevents boredom with much practice!
July 10, 2006

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