Alphabet Printables

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Alphabet Chart

Alphabet Printables - Printable Alphabet Charts in Your School's Font.

  • NEW VERSION

  • CHOOSE FROM 2 DIFFERENT TYPES OF CHARTS...

  • INCLUDES BLACK AND WHITE COPIES FOR ALPHABET COLOURING PAGES.


    MODIFIED VERSION FOR WESTERN AUSTRALIAN MEMBERS.......

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Clare (10-07-2013)

Hi, I would love to see a set of these pictures without any text on the page, that could be used for matching activities to help children identify initial sounds. The smaller sized picture cards are not large enough for the activities I'm thinking of!


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