(as of Sep 17,2021 20:00:18 UTC – Details)
Key Education’s Write-On, Wipe-Off Print Alphabet Letters set features 26 reusable dry erase printing practice boards that will help your students draw all nine basic strokes needed to master printing the letters of the alphabet. Children begin with activities focused on drawing letters with simple lines and then progress through more complex letters with circles and curves until they have mastered all the essential strokes and can confidently and correctly print each letter of the alphabet. Each colorful activity card begins with tracing practice and includes handwriting lines for additional independent practice. This erasable board set includes all upper-case and lower-case letters in the alphabet and can be wiped clean after each use to allow students to practice each activity multiple times, making it a great resource for teachers working with multiple students or parents homeschooling their kids. A box of 8 multicolor crayons is also included.
MULTI-PURPOSE LEARNING TOOL: Key Education’s dry erase Print Alphabet Letters kit features colorful write and wipe alphabet practice cards designed to help students draw the nine handwriting strokes needed to print all the letters of the alphabet.
WHAT’S INCLUDED: This early writing set includes 26 illustrated, reusable write-on/wipe-off printing activity cards and 8 multi-color crayons for preschoolers, kindergarteners, and 1st graders.
HOW IT WORKS: Children master the 9 basic strokes used in printing with sequential activities beginning with simple letters and progressing to more complicated letters. Each card includes tracing space and handwriting lines for additional practice.
WORKING TOGETHER: Great for both homeschool and classroom learning, this write-on/wipe-off set allows teachers and parents to work alongside students as they learn to write and identify letters of the alphabet and develop early spelling skills.
WHY KEY EDUCATION: Key Education products are designed by former Special Education teachers to meet the diverse needs of all students—helping them to reach their highest potential in learning, communication, social skills, emotions, and behavior.