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Recognize and name all uppercase and lowercase letters of thealphabet.
4 mats Size: 18" by 12" each
52 lowercase and 52 uppercase magnetic letters Size: 3/4" to 1 1/8" each
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Safety Warning - Choking hazard, small parts. Not for children under 3 years of age.
I have used this alphabet arcs for teaching alphabet sequence and lower/uppercase match. I really love using this product since it shows the students the entire alphabet in one line. I created a color copy mat for each student and created mini bags with a bag of uppercase and lowercase alphabet set for each student. I created an entire class set for my kindergarteners. This way, they can experiment with making their names and making words later. Highly recommend.
By from , IL
still a few bugs to work out
Another teacher borrowed mine and her students lost 4 of the letters, plus some came back with bite marks. Now the whole set is useless. They need to sell replacement letters since they are so flimsy. I don't know what to do with the whole set now. It's expensive but useless now.
By Laura HESS from , OH
Good idea. The letters are flimsy. I think the company should redesign with thicker letters. Great to use in a center.
By Pre-k and kinder teacher from , CA
Letters may be too easily damaged!
The mats are nice and heavy duty! Good Ideas in design and well executed die cut foam magnetic letters. They were easy to take apart and set up for use. However... These are not the same size or thickness as the typically sold red/blue foam alphabet magnetic letters. Those do get damaged when my students try to taste test them. And over a few years one or two letters have been torn. These are about half as thick and also even less than that in overall font lind thickness. I know I will be using these only to model, (and the smaller size might be good for on my small chart stand) but maybe using our older and sturdier sets for student independent work. Always love the blue/red vowel/consonant design!
By Trying to Keep K Active! from , NV
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