Primary Desktop Plates: Stick and Ball Font with Phonetically Regular Graphics

Primary Desktop Plates: Stick and Ball Font with Phonetically Regular Graphics
Primary Desktop Plates: Stick and Ball Font with Phonetically Regular Graphics
Primary Desktop Plates: Stick and Ball Font with Phonetically Regular Graphics
Primary Desktop Plates: Stick and Ball Font with Phonetically Regular Graphics
Primary Desktop Plates: Stick and Ball Font with Phonetically Regular Graphics
Primary Desktop Plates: Stick and Ball Font with Phonetically Regular Graphics
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This product is a desktop name plate for primary grades with a ball and stick font. .It comes in two pieces so you will need to cut and tape or glue the two pieces together. The colorful, cute graphics match my wall alphabet. (See my store) Finished name plate is 18 inches wide by 5 inches tall. It also includes colors, basic shapes, a number line 0-20, and right and left hands. Unlike too many name plates, this name plate features phonetically regular graphics that are colorful and sure to delight young learners. No more "e for egg" references! Note: In much of America, the word egg is pronounced with a long a and should never be used as a basic letter sound reference. Elephant is better, but the strong l sound can be confusing for some young children. Here I have "exercise" which does not confuse young children!
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