A great way to practice and improve word recognition and spelling skills, this game is a fun confidence-builder. Players slide the “Letter Getter” forward to reveal two letter tiles, and then use them to create three-letter words by filling in the
Helps develop letter recognition, symbol association and consonant and vowel pronunciation. 26 pairs of cards pair animals and objects to the correct letter. Introduces the idea of matching pictures to the right letters.
This game teaches children which letter belongs with which word. The self-correcting puzzle pieces show whether the words have been put together correctly.
Build alphabet skills as you match upper and lower case letters with the illustrated picture tiles. A good way to reinforce letter recognition and letter/sound correspondence.
Removing the letter from the baseboard using the knob will reveal a picture matching the letter. Each letter matches its individual slot.
These laminated colourful photo cards help to develop an awareness of beginning alphabet sounds. Many variations of games can be played using these cards.
These sandpaper letters provide a range of visual, tactile and auditory learning activities, including learning letter formations, letter sounds and letter names. This can also be used with a blindfold to guess the letter or with a piece of paper
A game for teaching the names and sounds of the alphabet; match the picture on each card with the same initial sound on the playing boards. Each individual picture card has a letter cue in the corner to aid learning.
26 wooden blocks, each with an upper and lower case letter and 4 pictures using that letter of the alphabet.
The puzzles are self-correcting in that each piece has only one match that fits allowing children to play independently and learn at the same time. There are a number of other possibilities to extend use of this puzzle. A story time