Alphabet Soup Sorters

Item: 158785

$ 49.99
Item #:  158785
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Enhance Early Literacy Skills With Fun Alphabet Soup Cans

These 26 durable cardboard soup cans each include a die cut uppercase and lowercase letter (red vowels, blue consonants), plus five related object cards with a real-life photo image on one side and its corresponding word printed on the other. Students can build their letter recognition, early vocabulary, and sorting skills as they engage in imaginative play. An activity guide includes suggestions for classroom use.

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  WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years of age.
Standards Spotlight:
Identify uppercase and lowercase letters and beginning sounds, recognizing the one-to-one correspondence between them.
Learning Resources
Grade Level:
Grades: Pre-K-K
  • 130 die cut photo cards
    Size: approximately 2 1/2" by 2 1/2" each

  • 52 die cut letter cards
    Size: approximately 2 1/2" by 2 1/2" each

  • 26 ABC Soup Cans
    Size: 3" diameter by 4 1/4"H each

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Fun and easy to use

Our team looked at similar products which use 3 dimensional objects and tubs for sorting. The price of the Alphabet Soup Sorterswas right for our budget. They are a great product if you're looking for a fun, interactive game that helps students recognize beginnings sounds and sort accordingly. Each can comes with several items, and an "ingredient list" for teachers. Students love playing with the set and it can be used as a whole, individually, or in small sets depending on the attention span/ability level of the students.
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