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Spelling Set

This indispensable collection of single letters offers you and your students ultimate flexibility to make up words, addresses, postcodes and in fact whatever you like! Their use is only limited by your imagination. As ever, instructions and game suggestions are included.

Here are some of our suggested uses: teaching individual phonemes or digits; lower case and upper case letter correspondence; word building – swap a vowel for CVC words, create simple anagrams; alphabetical order/digit sequencing – teach in quadrants if necessary.

This photo of the set in use shows you what to expect. In this example, the student is working on alphabetical order. The teacher has removed 4 magnets while the student was not looking. The student must identify the missing letters.

Comes complete with blank magnets for you to customise for your students' particular needs.

This photo of the set in use shows you what to expect. In this example, the student is working on alphabetical order. The teacher has removed 4 magnets while the student was not looking. The student must identify the missing letters.

Magnets

In this example, the student is working on alphabetical order. The student has selected six upturned tiles at random. When they turn over the tile they must identify the letters that come immediately before and after it in the alphabet.

Magnets

You'll find that Hands On Magnets are smaller than magnetic words and letters commonly used with Primary school children. This is specifically so that when they are used on a magnetic board words and sentences appear as text appears in a book or on a screen.

The clear font is 14 point size and each magnet measures 10mm high and range from 9mm to 37mm wide.

View the full Hands On Magnets range here >>


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