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Really Good Stuff® Word Building Desktop Pocket Chart Tent & Cards Kit

Item # R307601
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Ages 4+ / Grades PreK+
It’s easy to teach and reinforce letter-substitution sound changes for CVC words with this interactive Desktop Pocket Chart Tent and Cards kit. The Desktop Pocket Chart Tent is the perfect size for desktop or center table and is a terrific way to get your students actively engaged in letter-substitution activities. Your young students will love the challenge as they look at a Photo Card and choose Letter Cards to build the word in the Pocket Chart Tent; then flip the Photo Card over and change one letter to match the photo (log becomes dog). This hands-on kit is an engaging and interactive way to get your young learners thinking about letter sound position and building new words.

  • WHAT’S INCLUDED: This kit includes 1 Desktop Pocket Chart Tent (14.5" x 6.75"), 38 two-sided lowercase Letter Cards (3" by 4"), 46 two-sided Photo Cards (3" by 4"), 9 Sound-Position Cards, and a Really Good Instructional Guide with activities and suggestions for use. Extra cards are provided to build silent e, CVCC, and CCVC words.
  • REAL IMAGE PHOTO CARDS: The 46, two-sided Photo Cards all feature real images that can lead to increased student interactivity and discussion and to help develop students' visual literacy skills.
  • COLOR-CODED CARDS FOR SOUND POSITION: The 46 Photo Cards have outside borders that are color-coded for sound position with green for beginning-sound change, orange for middle-sound change, and purple for ending-sound change.
  • HANDY SOUND-POSITION IDENTIFICATION CARDS: The included sound position Cards for Photo, Beginning, Middle, End, and Silent e are a helpful tool as students encode and decode the sounds in the words.
  • FOR SCHOOL AND HOME: This hands-on tool is perfect for individual, partners, and small group learning in the classroom. Teachers and students will find that it’s fun and easy to use in school, and parents will love the ease of reinforcing this word-building skill at home.

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Brand Name
Really Good Stuff®
Age / Grade
Ages 4+ / Grades PreK+
Assembly Required
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