LEARNING TO READ -HOMOPHONES - CREATIVES

Solitary play | Peer play | Parent-child play

LEARNING TO READ -HOMOPHONES - CREATIVES

Age Groups: 4 to 5, 5 to 6 .

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Homophones" makes children understand and learn pronunciation, spelling and meaning of important homophones as they match each of the 25 three piece self-correcting match-ups. Each match-up has two colourful, simple and clear illustrations on one piece that needs to be placed on the top and two corresponding words which are placed at the bottom. The child has to read each word carefully, find and match the correct homophones (sound alike words) with the corresponding piece of illustrations. In this way children will learn many new words, their meaning and spelling enhancing their concentration, visual discrimination and problem solving skills.

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Categories

  • Brain Development
  • Language Development
  • Puzzles

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  • Contents: 50 Pcs
  • Material: Card



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