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Today we are doing a review from Learning Resources. The Letter Box Activity Set is an amazing product for your preschooler and Kindergartener. This is such a versatile product, the little ones learn about letters, sight words, and even how to address a letter to a friend or loved one.
The Letter Box Activity Set is shaped like a mail box, it is 18″x24″ , you can display the chart either with the magnetic strips on the back or the easily hang it with the built in grommets. There is an extra storage area on the back to easily store the extra cards. You place the chart over a white board, so that your child can practice writing the letters and words.
Included it the set:
- 104 Double sided photographic alphabet cards
- 13 Double sided letter cards
- Chart made of durable nylon Fabric
- Activity Sheet that includes a number of fun activity suggestions.
I love the Letter Box Activity Set. With a child with autism grasping sound and letter association is a struggle. With this tool we can take a letter of the alphabet and associate the two groups together. There are many toys on the market that do this as well but most of them make noise and for my child this is sensory overload.
This learning tool is simple to use for the parent and the child without being too much. The letter box is the perfect balance of being fun and educational without going over the top and distracting my child with too many bell and whistles.
P.S. One of the activity suggestions, is photo coping the envelope included in the Letter Box Activity sheet, and have your child practice writing their address! Writing letters to our friends and family is a fun addition…I was struggling to teach my child his address and phone number but now he knows them by heart because we have written so many letters to our friends and family.
Visit Learning Resources for more selections of great educational products, their website is very easy to navigate through. You can shop as a teacher or parent and even shop by different categories for brands, grades, category and even by age. I have found so many items that I know will help our little ones.
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Written by Karen who writes for her own blog at Gummas Place. She writes about her journey as a Mom and Grandmother, Autism Advocate to 3 grandsons, a cook, a maid, a chaperone, coupon queen, and a scout leader.
Disclosure: I was provided with product for this review. All views and opinions with regard to the products or the company are my own and were not influenced by the company.