Feel, Trace and Write Alphabet Cards And Dry Erase Crayons
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Boost Handwriting And Alphabet Practice With Visual And Tactile Clues
This set of 52 cards feature the upper and lower-case letters of the alphabet. Each card features a flocked letter (feel), a letter that can be traced (trace), and a space to write the letter with little guidance (write). The cards also feature an activity on the back. The cards are laminated on both sides for write on/wipe off abilities. This boxed set comes with 4 dry erase crayons, but can also be used with dry erase markers.
- FLOCKED LETTERSS: The numbers on these cards are flocked with a soft, felt-type material so that students can feel the formation of the numbers.
- DRY ERASE LAMINATED: These cards are laminated on both sides, so they can be written on with dry erase crayons (supplied) or dry erase markers.
- ADDITIONAL ACTIVITY ON BACK: Children get additional practice on the back of each card by circling the pictures that start with the letter featured.
- HANDWIRITNG PRACTICE: This is a great activity for helping students with their handwriting and letter formation.
- STORAGE BOX: The laminated, lidded box is compact and a great place to store the cards and crayons. Proper storage helps with the longevity of the cards.
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- 52 laminated cards
- Size: 11" by 5" each
- 4 dry erase crayons
- 1 storage box
- Really Good Stuff® Teaching Guide