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  • Collection: Language Arts: Writing

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View item in the U of T Libraries catalogue The Big Box of Sentence Building is a fun yet instructive game that helps develop English literacy. Meant for children five years of age and older, this activity kit provides a colourful and interactive…

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View item in the U of T Libraries catalogue The Big Box of Word Chunks kit is a fun way to help students with their literacy skills. The purpose of the kit is to help teach elementary students ages 6 and up to spell using two-piece word puzzles.…

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View item in the U of T Libraries catalogue These activities aid the child in analysis of grammar and development of interpretive reading.

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View item in the U of T Libraries catalogue Rory’s Story Cubes: Let Your Imagination Roll Wild! is a fantastic way to help student exercise imaginative storytelling, problem solving, and speaking and listening skills.  The kit consists of 9 cubes…

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View item in the U of T Libraries catalogue Experience a new twist on the classic game of Scrabble. The timeless board game has been redesigned for easier game playing with a rotating board, plastic curved letter trays, and wooden letters. All of…

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View item in the U of T Libraries catalogue This fun, interactive word puzzle game gives children ages four through seven a chance to develop their grammar skills. Using the puzzle pieces with pictures and words printed on them, children can practice…

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View item in the U of T Libraries catalogue Each side of the six foam dice in this kit has a different word ending on it, such as -ight, -ick, or -ame, for a total of 36 possibilities in all. To use this kit, just roll the dice! The word endings…

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