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This A4 size laminated chart will help your child learn both the upper and lower case letters.
$6.00  Inc Tax
These ready to go cards are pairs of the upper and lower case letters, the digraphs and also the letters 'a' and 'g' as often appear in text differently to the way they are hand written.
$22.00  Inc Tax
A4 Printed Black and White Alphabet Chart
$5.00  Inc Tax
These blending cards are used for teaching and consolidate learning to sound blend simple short vowel consonant-vowel-consonant words a foundation step to good reading.
$35.00  Inc Tax
Lots of fun while learning those tricky letters.
$18.00  Inc Tax
Letter Cards to help with letter formation and recognition.
$30.00  Inc Tax
Coloured chart ideal for engaging your child in learning the sounds of their letters.
$6.00  Inc Tax
Use this as a book mark, to help tracking when reading and also as a way of helping students space their writing
$1.50
ABC Chart upper and lower case -Highlighted vowels
When your child is learning to read and write having a chart on hand like this will make all the difference. Our ABC charts with pictures will help them learn the sounds of the words and recognise the lower case letters but this chart will progress them further by helping them learn to recognise the upper case letters. Recognising the vowels is enhanced by having them highlighted in yellow. This chart is printed in colour on 300g cardstock and laminated.
This A4 size laminated chart will help your child learn both the upper and lower case letters.
$6.00  Inc Tax
ABC Letter Cards
These letter cards include pairs of each of the letters both in their lower case and upper case forms. We have also included pairs of the six digraphs (ch, sh, th, wh, qu, ck). And one other inclusion is pairs of the letters 'a' and 'g'. These can often be confusing for students as the way they are printed in text can be different to the way they write them. These two pairs of cards can be used to help them know that these letters have different forms. These cards can be used to play traditional games like go fish or bingo or you can make up many activities for the children to play so that they become familiar with the letters and instantly recognise them and their sounds. The cards have coloured backs, are printed on 300g card stock,laminated and cut and packaged all ready to be played with.
These ready to go cards are pairs of the upper and lower case letters, the digraphs and also the letters 'a' and 'g' as often appear in text differently to the way they are hand written.
$22.00  Inc Tax
Alphabet Chart Black- and White
This alphabet chart is great for teaching your child their letter sounds and lower case letter shapes. Printed in black and white on A4 300g Cardstock and laminated.
A4 Printed Black and White Alphabet Chart
$5.00  Inc Tax
CVC Blending Cards
Please note the Magnetic board and Magnetic letters are for display purposes only.
These cards comprise 100 words using the 5 short vowels and the consonant letters to expose students to CVC three letter words and the blending process. On the card is the target words and three boxes where you can encourage the child to place a magnetic letter or letter card to match this target word. They place one letter at a time and blend it to the previous one until a word is built up. This is the basic process required to learn to sound blend properly. After mastering these a whole new world of reading will be opened up and then you can move onto more complex blending. These are ideal for brand new readers or for those who are struggling and need to learn this process.
These blending cards are used for teaching and consolidate learning to sound blend simple short vowel consonant-vowel-consonant words a foundation step to good reading.
$35.00  Inc Tax
Early Literacy Bingo
Many children find letters like 'b' and 'd' tricky to distinguish. They need lots of exposure to them so they can easily recall or reproduce these letters. The digraphs are also hard for some children to readily recognise. On this game of bingo we have included the tricky reversible letters, the digraphs and the sight word 'the'. The children will love trying to beat mum at this game and learn the letters without even realising it. This game comes with two playing boards and 32 square playing cards. The cards and boards are printed on 300g cardstock and laminated. The cards are in black and white and the playing boards are in colour. They are packaged in a plastic zip lock pouch to reduce postage costs and allow easy storage.
Lots of fun while learning those tricky letters.
$18.00  Inc Tax
Playdough Letter Cards
These A5 colourful cards can be used with playdough, counters etc. to consolidate your child's ability to form and differentiate between the letters. White board markers could be used to trace the letters. It would be easy to use them in lots of letter recognition activities and games. The could be used as a decoration too. They are printed in colour on White 300g cardstock and laminated. They are packaged in a plastic zip lock bag for easy posting and storage.
Letter Cards to help with letter formation and recognition.
$30.00  Inc Tax
Reading For Sure Alphabet Chart
This chart can form the corner stone for teaching your child the alphabet letters and their sounds. This colourful and cheerful chart can be used whenever you are working with letters or reading. They won't need to guess as they will have this chart on hand to help them. Printed in colour on 300g cardstock and laminated.
Coloured chart ideal for engaging your child in learning the sounds of their letters.
$6.00  Inc Tax
Reading For Sure Screener Bookmark
This book mark is a super tool for reading. It is important that readers track carefully across the page reading all of the letters. The little window at one end is positioned next to the letter being read and excludes what is to come and the bookmark is then moved steadily to the right. The are slots at one end that are used for word spacing put the slot on the last letter of the word just written and then use the end of the bookmark to know where to start the next. Two different spacing. By flipping over you can use it for left handers too but here they use the end of the book mark at the end of the word and put a little dot in the appropriate slot to mark where the next word starts. And finally of course you will always have it on hand as a book mark.
Use this as a book mark, to help tracking when reading and also as a way of helping students space their writing
$1.50
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