Boost Handwriting And Alphabet Practice With Visual And Tactile Clues
Well-rounded alphabet practice. Students use their finger and a dry erase crayon to form letters. The fuzzy letters have numbered arrows to show handwriting strokes in order. Starting-point arrows also offer tracing guidance. Flip the card for practice activities: Students listen for the letter sounds as they identify pictures.
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- 52 laminated cards
- Size: 11" by 5" each
- 4 dry erase crayons
- 1 storage box
- Really Good Stuff® Teaching Guide