Big Box of Alphabet Knowledge

Big Box of Alphabet Knowledge

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Item #: 034802
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Product Description:

Knowledge in a box? Cool! Sign me up! Learn about letters and sounds as you play with these 250 photo puzzle pieces. The pieces fit simply end to end, so little learners can connect them easily. Made of sturdy cardboard, each piece is about 2x2" with a simple, rectangular "outie" and "innie" on opposite sides to fit them together. Upper and lower case letters are included along with the photo pieces. Instructions give ideas such as connecting the letters in alphabetical order, or choose a letter and link up pictures of things that begin with that letter like "L" with a lion and lemon. You could match upper and lower case letters or lay out a series of letters and pull one out, then ask kids to tell you what is missing. Sort photos by one syllable or two. Group them by long vowel sounds and short vowels sounds, or find all photo cards where the words end in a d sound. There are even more ideas in the inside! Use these with your special learners too. Supports NAEYC standards to strengthen alphabet skills. Comes in a nice box for storage. ~ Sara

Publisher Description:

Strengthen alphabet skills by naming and recognizing letters individually; connecting letters in alphabetical order; matching printed uppercase and lowercase letters; matching and connecting printed letters with photo objects that have the same beginning or ending sounds; and matching and connecting photo objects that have the same consonant or vowel sounds, and beginning or ending sounds. It includes 250 photo puzzle pieces (approx. 2" x 2") and a 4-page booklet with directions, teaching suggestions, and games. It is perfect for ages 4 and up.
Primary Subject
Early Learning
Grade Start
PK
Grade End
1
EAN
044222209254
Format
Manipulative
Brand Name
Key Education
Weight
2.45 (lbs.)
Dimensions
8.5" x 8.5" x 3.0"
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My 5 year old learns best through hands on learning.
Nadine T on Aug 10, 2020
My 5 year old learns best through hands on learning.
Nadine T on Aug 10, 2020
This looks similar to some Montessori materials.
Jessica R on Nov 5, 2018
This looks similar to some Montessori materials.
Jessica R on Nov 5, 2018
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