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Literacy/Language/Reading

  • You no longer need tape, staples, or push pins! The Quick Stick(R) line is self-adhesive, sticking to most smooth surfaces like wood, metal, even painted cinder blocks. The bulletin board comes down as easily as it goes up & without damaging your walls. And, the best part is, it can be repositioned over and over again! --This alphabet-themed bulletin board set includes: --*26 precut alphabet pieces (6" x 8.5") --*A header
  • Reinforce letter recognition and their corresponding sounds with the colorful The Alphabet Chart. Display in a language arts center for students to easily reference. Chart measures 17" x 22". --Charts are an excellent reference resource for students! The variety of topics covered are standards-based to meet individual needs and reinforce learning for academic success.
  • Join the island adventure where players race to match upper- and lowercase letters. Watch out for the hungry shark, or you'll lose a letter! Keep your eyes peeled for the helpful crab and tricky starfish. Collect the most letters, and win! For an added challenge, flip the lowercase letter discs over to reveal picture words, and match beginning sounds to uppercase letters. A fun, fast-paced way to build letter recognition skills! Board measures 16"L x 16"H. For 2–4 players.
  • The Alphabet Pocket Chart Game cards measure 4" x 2.75" each to fit standard pocket charts and the set includes: --*102 photographic cards --*26 uppercase letter cards --*26 lowercase letter cards --*26 upper- and lowercase letter cards --*Colored and titled card backs for ease of organization --*A resource guide
  • Color-Coded Uppercase AlphaMagnets®, Set of 42Color coding helps kids distinguish between vowels (red) and consonants (blue). Includes extras of the most commonly used letters.o Each magnet measures 1.5"o Comes in a durable, stackable tub for storageo Grades Pre-K+
  • Color-Coded Lowercase AlphaMagnets®, Set of 42Color coding helps kids distinguish between vowels (red) and consonants (blue). Includes extras of the most commonly used letters.o Each magnet measures 1.5"o Comes in a durable, stackable tub for storageo Grades Pre-K+Warning(s):
      SMALL PARTS (1). Not for < 3 yrs.
  • Color-Coded Uppercase AlphaMagnets®, Set of 42Color coding helps kids distinguish between vowels (red) and consonants (blue). Includes extras of the most commonly used letters.o Each magnet measures 1.5"o Comes in a durable, stackable tub for storageo Grades Pre-K+
  • Jumbo Color-Coded Lowercase AlphaMagnets®, Set of 42Color coding helps kids distinguish between vowels (red) and consonants (blue). Includes extras of the most commonly used letters.o Each magnet measures 2.5"o Comes in a durable, stackable tub for storageo Grades Pre-K+Warning(s):
      SMALL PARTS (1). Not for < 3 yrs.
  • Jumbo Color-Coded Uppercase AlphaMagnets®, Set of 42Color coding helps kids distinguish between vowels (red) and consonants (blue). Includes extras of the most commonly used letters.o Each magnet measures 2.5"o Comes in a durable, stackable tub for storageo Grades Pre-K+Warning(s):
      SMALL PARTS (1). Not for < 3 yrs.
  • Help children build vocabulary by engaging with 16 everyday themes. Write & wipe cards feature a photograph and word(s) on 1 side. The reverse side features and image and space for writing.Includes:• 156 Photo Cards • Activity guideCards measure 3.5” SquareGrades: Kindergarten +Common Core State Standards Alignment: VocabularyLearning Style: VisualSkill Development:Language- Photo cards can be used to create stories to tell aloud or to write that can help students organize thoughts and tell a story in sequential order.Language- Real photos provide symbolic representations of the corresponding words and can give students a visual cue to trigger their memory of what the word is as well as learn the meaning of novel words.Social & Behavioral- Use as a picture exchange communication system for students who have little or no speech. This provides an alternate way of communication, lessening the frustration students may face with expressing a want or need.
  • The colorful chalkboard design of the Be More Descriptive Chart is sure to capture the attention of your students while providing examples of words and their synonyms that make for more interesting writing. Display in a language arts center for students to easily reference. Chart measures 17" x 22". --Charts are an excellent reference resource for students! The variety of topics covered are standards-based to meet individual needs and reinforce learning for academic success.
  • Learning cards slide easily into plastic sleeves on the sides of these pocket cubes. Subjects covered include picture and word matching, alphabetical order, initial sounds, compound words, and long and short vowels. It includes two durable 4" pocket cubes, 24 two-sided learning cards, and a resource guide. They are perfect for whole-class, small-group, or individual play.
  • Blurt!

    $19.99
    Blurt!®Think fast! What word means "a partially died grape"? Be the first to say "raisin," and you're on your way to winning this riotous game of rapid work recall. Players take turns reading clues aloud, competing to blurt out the correct answer first and move ahead on the board. The first person or team to circle the board wins. Sounds simple, right? But as the race for the right word heats up, and the blurting gets boisterous, it's easy to get tongue-tied! Blurt is a great vocabulary builder for kids, a hilarious addition to adult parties, and a must for family game night.o Includes 200 cards (1,200 clues!), 6 game pieces, die, game board, and game guideo Hilarious party game and perfect for family game night (also includes rules for junior version)o For 3-12 playerso Ages 7-ADULTHow to Play:
    1. Players rotate between readers and players. Reader rolls the die. The number rolled determines which clue on the card to read and how many spaces on the game board the clue is worth.
    2. All other players race to be the first to answer. (Blurt away--there's no penalty for wrong answers!)
    3. First to blurt correctly moves ahead on the game board.
    4. Winner is the first to return to start after circling the board!
    Warning(s):
      SMALL PARTS (1). Not for < 3 yrs.