Precursive Letters Cards
Precursive Letters Cards
Precursive Letters Cards
Precursive Letters Cards
Precursive Letters Cards
Precursive Letters Cards

Precursive Letters Cards

£18.99

Teacher Play a to z flashcards offer children a fun and easy way to practice their pre-cursive letter formation The set features 26 double sided cards with illustrations that help reinforce letter recognition, phonics, writing, and lots more.

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The product is designed by using vibrant illustrations and memorable verses, these pre-cursive letter Cards aid young children in their ability to recognise and draw pre-cursive letters. By providing children with a story they can relate to, it enables them to absorb information quickly while creating an engaging and enjoyable learning experience. The cards are designed in line with the Early Years Foundation Stage and The National Curriculum, meaning the information is relevant and will assist your child in their reading and writing journey. These cards are more than just letters, but are stepping stones into other educational topics that will help set strong foundations for your child.
The cards can be used in a variety of ways depending upon the learner. It is extremely important to recognise that each child is unique and has a different learning style. Therefore, the cards are designed with this in mind. Please subscribe to my website in order to get updates on my blog for new activities to try with the cards.
The cards are clear to help the child learn pre cursive letter formation and letter recognition. It is not just about formation of the letter, but the cards can develop phonics too. Each rhyme has the letter sound within it to encourage the phonic ability of the child, matching the written letter to the phonic sound. Communication and language is a key area that can be developed when using the cards effectively. For example when looking at ‘L’ you can look at solids and liquids as the rhyme states ‘The lolly turns into liquid.’ The cards also have a helpful guide to show where to. start and finish the pre-cursive letter formation.
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