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Alphabet Pocket Chart

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Alphabet Pocket Chart - Letter, word and picture recognition are easy to learn with this colorful Alphabet Center Pocket Chart!

Practice letter and sound identification, word building, spelling and more.

The 28" W x 34" H nylon chart has three clear pocket rows for card display, 26-letter pockets for activities and an extra storage pocket.

Alphabet Pocket Chart includes:
156 Coated Picture Cards (picture on one side, word on the other)
52 Uppercase and Lowercase Letter Cards
Four Blank Cards
Activity Guide. Made of easy-to-clean nylon.

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    Interpersonal

    Children who are leaders among their peers are good communicators and understand feelings and motives of others. Play that encourages interaction, cooperation and communication with others. Playing a sport, pretend and play, games are a few examples of interpersonal play.

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    Intrapersonal

    Independent play. Children who play alone become equipped to recognize their own feelings and emotions. They become self-motivated and build self-esteem. Children are often shy but through independent play they create their own fun and learning.

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    Verbal

    Children love to read, write and tell stories. They learn best through storytelling time, word games and writing. Anything that involves language will stimulate a verbal child.

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    Active

    When a child is involved in playing and interacting with others or objects. Play that involves movement and physical activity. Running, jumping, playing with a ball, anything that is getting a child up and moving. Active play is extremely important for a child's development and good health.

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    Cooperative

    Children interact socially, building team spirit. Children play together sharing the same goal. Cooperative play involves interactive pretend and play, outdoor sports, board games...

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    Manipulative

    Children use their hands to play and learn. Hand-eye coordination and motor skills are reinforced. Manipulatives help develop fine motor skills necessary for handwriting and help develop problem solving skills. A few examples of toys to encourage manipulative play would be puzzles, building sets, crafts involving cutting or piecing together.

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