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Printable Deskmat

Teaching Resources - Printable Deskmat for Kindergarten, Pre School, Early Primary Years...

  • IDEAL FOR BACK TO SCHOOL - PRINT AS AN A3 OR A4 SIZE

  • Includes: name plate / 35 sight words / days of the week / months of the year / friends of 10 / 0-99 or 1-100 number grid / doubled numbers / alphabet / colour words / one-ten

  • Thanks to Daina for this suggestion...

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Printable Deskmat - Suggestions for Use


  • Enlarges onto A3 really nicely or keep as A4 or smaller.

  • Write child's name on strip and cover with rollup contact to place on each desk

  • Great for first week back to school

  • Also ideal to give a copy to parents as a reference for home...

  • Copy and laminate, then children practise writing their names on the name plate with whiteboard markers.

  • Enlarge to bigger or smaller sizes for different learning situations...

  • Please share your ideas with other teachers and parents in COMMENTS - below...

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