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Alphabet support for the Early Years.
Designed by Speech Pathologists and educators, Alphabet Desk Mats have been designed for children aged 3-5 years old to support early writing efforts. They are attractive resources for use in the school or home to assist children providing:
- Letter starting points of lower case letters
- Reminders of correct pencil grip
- The pictures support alphabet sound recall (which is particularly important for spelling).
- Available in Cursive or Foundation Font available
The recommended order of letter presentation.
- Group 1 Letters (s, a, t, p, i, n) with yellow dots
- Group 2 Letters (m, r, h, e, c, d) with blue dots
- Group 3 Letters (f, l, g, o, u, b) with green dots
- Group 4 Letters (w, j, v, k, z, y q, x) with red dots
The recommended manner of presentation.
- Introduce then revise one group at a time.
- Only progress onto subsequent groups of letters once previous concepts covered have been demonstrated.
- Desk Mats (Pack Of 10)
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National Curriculum Statement Click to reveal
Sound and letter knowledge - Alphabet knowledge - Recognise the letters of the alphabet and know there are lower and upper case letters
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