When a child learns the sounds of the letters, she then learns to write them. A child learns how to build words by putting letters together. Once she recognizes the sounds she hears and correlates the sound with the symbol, the child knows how words are composed and reading comes next.

Sandpaper letters teach phonetic sounds of the alphabet and their symbols through sensory experience.

Metal Insets – Pencil work

Building words with the movable alphabet

Alphabet stepboard

Mastering self-help skills with the button frame. The mastering of practical life skills prepares the young child for later learning in language and math.

Matching the movable alphabet with the sandpaper letters