Really Good Stuff® Make-A-Word Desktop Pocket Chart™

Item: 301665

$ 9.99 - $ 10.99
Item #:  301665
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Building words has become an integral part of today's reading instruction. Our Make-A-Word Desktop Pocket Chart is both a word building mat and letter card storage chart! 30 pockets give you plenty of storage for the letter cards; 2 pocket chart strips at the bottom give your students room to build words. Roll the Make-A-Word Desktop Pocket Chart up and it neatly tucks away in their desk without the letters falling out! Includes 80 laminated, letter cards with plenty of frequently occurring letters; vowels are highlighted in red ink.

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Standards Spotlight:
Organize and manage word work andletter-sound activities.
Grade Level:
Grades: K-3
  • Chart measures 13" x 16"
  • Really Good Stuff Activity Guide

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Reviewed by 5 Customers
5 Stars

So Helpful!

Excellent and very convenient for small group work
By from , IN
5 Stars

Teacher and 6 student set

I love these and so do the children! The children can keep the letters organized and can find the letter they need to use easily. I wish you would offer a multi-pack student only choice of these pocket charts. I would like to purchase enough for my class of 25 Kindergarten students but the price of a single pocket chart is too expensive for my budget. Even the 9.99 price for three or more is more than our school can supply a budget for.
By from , GA
4 Stars

perfect size for the desk

I was actually able to purchase one for each of my students in my first grade classroom. We do word building on a daily basis and I thought this would be a great time saver for the kids. Prior to this I have had students cut out and look for the letters we would need for the day, but that took valuable time. Having the letters already sorted in ABC order also helps with their alphabetic sense. It helps with organization by giving them a place to build the words. It fits perfectly on their desks. I worry about the students rolling the chart up (will the letters fall out), however I have decided to number each chart and put the corresponding number on the back of each letter so that if they do fall out, it will be easy to find where they belong.
By Amy from Pittsburgh, PE
3 Stars

"Where are the capital letters?"

I assumed the pocket chart would have capital letters like the other one I bought years ago.
By Teacher Patti from Mount Vernon, WA
4 Stars

Good for individual student

Not enough letters to use in a small group situation. Some letters have only 3 cards.
By 1st Grade Teacher from Port Orange, FL
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