Product Name: Tabletop Pocket Chart
Price: 20.95$ + Shipping
Recommended Age: 3 years and up
Company Name: Achievement Products
Company Website: www.achievement-products.com
Company Phone Number: 1-800-373-4699
Product Overview: "Students can practice their sequencing and verbal skills with these 4-step illustrated sequencing cards. Place the first card in a clear pocket and have the students complete the sequenced activity. Set includes over 100 colorful cards, an 18" x 13" durable nylon table top pocket chart with a storage pouch sewn in the back to store the pieces and a reference guide."
Product Review: Calling all parents, teachers and speech therapists: This product is the PERFECT teaching tool for working on your child's or students' sequencing abilities! Using the four step sequencing cards (and there are many that comes in the box), simply have your child or student arrange the picture cards into logical order to create the story from beginning to end. Each set of story cards includes a verb and a noun, making creating sentences for your little one fun and interesting! This is the perfect product for working on your child's/students' oral language skills, pre-reading skills, and language skills. Perfect for kids entering (or in) preschool, kindergarten, and/or first grade! Not only that, but the Tabletop Pocket Chart includes a large pocket in the back of the chart for the sets of pictures so they won't get lost. It should also be mentioned that the chart itself stands up on its own and is very durable!
The Tabletop Pocket Chart is definitely worth the price of $20.95 - a "real steal" considering all you get! (Again, it comes with 100 colorful cards!) My son, who is entering kindergarten in the fall, absolutely LOVES this product, and it keeps him entertained AND learning for long periods of time! The Tabletop Pocket Chart is great for teachers if they want to supplement their existing curriculum, perfect for speech therapists who want to work on oral language skills, and great for parents who want to supplement their child's learning at home!
Craig Gibson is the Editor of SensorySpot.com, sister site of the internationally acclaimed AutismSpot.com. He is also a Feature Writer for AutismSpot.com. Craig was diagnosed with a learning disability at the age of six, and spent the next twelve years in special education. He has since earned two degrees and has published on the local and national levels.