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Pre-writing patterns – write on posters

Code: Ppw
Year Level: Early Years, Foundation
$29.95 (inc. $2.72 GST)

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Pre-writing patterns form the basis of all alphabet letters and prepare children for letter formation. These double sided wipe on wipe off A3 reusable posters can be used with white board markers as a wall poster, on an easel or table.

Pre-writing patterns form the basis of all alphabet letters and prepare children for letter formation. These double sided wipe on wipe off A3 reusable posters can be used with white board markers as a wall poster, on an easel or table.

  • Pre-writing patterns form the basis of all alphabet letters and prepare children for letter formation
  • 12 double-sided A3 laminated posters
  • Posters have been designed to write on with white board markers and then to wipe-clean
  • Designed for use on an easel or a table

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