All About Letters Pocket Chart™

Item: 159618

$ 29.99
Item #:  159618
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Teach Young Students Alphabet Letters and Sound Relationships Through Familiar Words and Pictures


This colorful pocket chart helps you teach all the letters of the alphabet, their sounds, and words that begin with each letter. Display the uppercase and lowercase letter cards with the word and picture cards for reinforcement. A write-on/wipe-off alphabet card challenges students to locate where the letter falls in the alphabet sequence.

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Product Information
Standards Match:

Really Good Stuff® offers products that directly align with Common Core and State Standards for Language Arts and Math products. Find products that align to the standards you need. Start your search by selecting the state, grade and subject area below.

Standards Spotlight:
Recognize and name all uppercase and lowercase letters of the alphabet; demonstrate basic knowledge of one-to-one letter-sound correspondence.
Details:
  • 2-ply, nylon-like pocket chart with grommets, magnetic strip, and storage pocket
    Size: 14" by 37"

  • 26 two-sided letter cards, Write Again® wipe-off laminate
    Size: 6" by 6" each

  • 52 two-sided word and picture cards, Write Again® wipe-off laminate
    Size: 3" by 6" each

  • One alphabet card, Write Again® wipe-off laminate
    Size: 12" by 6"

  • Really Good Stuff® Activity Guide
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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:

5 Star
5.0 (based on 7 reviews)

Pros

Easy To Use (6)
Customizable (4)
Fun (5)
Versatile (4)
Attractive Design (4)
Durable (6)
Good Value (6)
Good Organization (6)
Unique (3)
Colorful (4)

Cons

Best Uses

Group Use (4)
Classroom (5)
Teacher Use (5)
Young Children (6)
Everyday Use (4)
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Reviewed by 7 Customers
5 Stars

pocket chart

The best pocket chart we've found! Anything you can think of, all the children's first names, the sounds of the letter, simple alphabet words...it's just the best! Everything is laminated too! Great product for the money!
8/25/2016
By Teresa from , CT
5 Stars

Great for my 3yr old!

I bought this for my 3 yr old at home to help him in the area of Alliteration. And in hopes he begins to become aware of other words that begin with the same letter by its sound. It is fun and interactive and nice hidden compartment on the back. Thanks for having such a great porduct!
5/25/2016
By PK Teacher and Mom from , TX
4 Stars

So excited to use this!

I am a preschool teacher (4-5 year old), and I will be using this pocket chart to help enhance literacy in my classroom. I love how it is broken down into the four categories for easy use. All sorts of activities can be created using this pocket chart, but if you are at a loss for activities or how to get started, after you purchase this product, you'll receive a email shortly (I received mine about 1-2 weeks after receiving the product) after asking for a review. When you click on the email, if you look at the page, it will give you a free downloadable activities page with some great ideas. I love how the picture cards has a storage pocket on the back side of the chart, I just wish it had a pocket to hold all of the extra letter cards (you cant store them with the picture cards because the pocket is not deep enough for the letters) but you can place them behind the letter you are featuring. The children like pointing out the letters and the other teachers at my center have been eyeing it, all agree its a great idea!
9/6/2015
By from , PA
5 Stars

Use it everyday to reinforce letter sound recognition
9/20/2014
By from , PA
5 Stars

Love this!

I love this product. It really helps with Phonics, Recognition, and Writing when we are working on our letter of the week. I love that I can hang up the All about the Letter chart anywhere and I don't have to use up one of my bulletin boards for the letter of the weet. All of the other teacher have complimented me on this chart. I am so glad I have found reallygoodstuff, you all have my teaching so much much easier.
5/5/2014
By Pre-K Teacher from , AR
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