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Phonics Educational Poster
Phonics Educational Poster
Phonics Educational Poster
Phonics Educational Poster
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Phonics Educational Poster

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This educational poster enables kids to learn the phonetic alphabet. Each letter is accompanied by word or sound that represents the phonetic sound of the letter, giving kids the building blocks required to start reading.

  • Enhance learning at home with this Phonics Educational Poster
  • Can be placed in kids rooms, nurseries or any space in your home
  • The stylish design prompts reading the letters, practicing them whenever they are nearby!

 

If you want to introduce basic learning skills to a little one at an early age, then this Phonics Educational Poster is for you!

Early sound learning should not have to be boring; that’s why this poster features beautiful yet colourful illustrations of essential phonics.

This fun poster is designed to encourage kids' interest and draw their attention toward early language skills.

So, grab yours today and teach your kids early!

  • Attractive yet colourful poster
  • Suitable for school and home use
  • Comes in A2 and A3 size
  • Poster included only

 

It is easy to use at home, simply unroll it and frame it or stick it straight to the wall in a matter of no time. Indeed, a perfect educational poster for parents or teachers when teaching, learning at home or at nursery.


Product dimensions:

  • A4 (21.0 X 29.7 cm)
  • A3 (29.7 X 42.0 cm)


 

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