Easy Alphabet Display Cards | A5 | Digital Download

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Easy Alphabet Display Cards A5 build strong letter recognition for young readers

Easy Alphabet A5 display cards offer letter-sound reinforcement for young children starting their learn-to-read journey. Pack of 32 cards, each featuring a unique character and 'story' to help young children quickly recall letter shapes and their sounds.

This digital file enables UNLIMITED COPIES for personal use. Use your display cards in the classroom or around the home to reinforce letter-sound knowledge. For practice writing letters we recommend you use cards in conjunction with our practice sheets.

This evidence-based alphabet was developed by Robyn Monaghan, a speech pathologist with over 20 years experience working with children with literacy challenges including dyslexia. 

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About your A5 Display Card set: 

  • includes all 26 letters of the alphabet plus sh, ch, th, wh, qu and ng
  • cards are displayed 2 per page on A4 paper - simply print and cut down the middle to create A5 cards
  • print cards on light card stock (recommended) or standard paper
  • laminate for extra durability.

Recommended for:

The integrated approach to letter sound-recognition offered through the Easy Alphabet makes it a perfect phonological learning tool for:

  • any child 5-9 years with reading challenges, including dyslexia
  • any child 4-6 years starting their reading journey
  • any young child with family members with dyslexia 
  • learning support teachers and literacy tutors
  • any Prep or Grade 1 classroom 

The Easy Alphabet is a fun and colourful alphabet, featuring a ‘beginner’ font, that offers extra support for young children starting their reading journey. 

Unlike other alphabets, each letter in the Easy Alphabet is supported by an integrated audio-visual cue in the form of a ‘story’ that links the picture to the letter sound and the letter shape bringing extra meaning to the page, particularly for struggling learners. >>learn more

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