Tactile Letters Kit with Activity Guide
Black cardboard squares (2.75" x 3.5") have rounded edges and textured ivory letters, one set of upper case and one set of lower case. The texture is like sandpaper, but seems a little better stuck to the cards. Children can trace the letters with a finger as they are learning to write them. Lay paper over the letter and make a rubbing. Match upper & lower case. Use these with vision impaired students. Some kids are more tactile than others and these are a good option for a child who needs a multi-sensory approach to learning phonics. 54 cards w/an idea guide ~ Sara
Perfect for students in preschool through first grade, the Tactile Letters Kit includes both sets of lowercase and uppercase sandpaper-textured letter cards, plus an activity guide. This set is ideal for teaching children letter recognition and basic phonics!
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