Last week I attended a workshop at my kids nursery about phonetics. They were teaching us how to teach the kids how to spell the characters.
After the nursery workshop were over they also let us sit through the workshop for junior KG and senior KG. Till senior KG the kids have to master 3 letter words. That's when the idea of the project came to me.
This is a dial card that the kids can use to make and practice words that are created using 3 or less characters.
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Step 1: Make the Card
To make the dial card take a print out of the pdf at the end of this instructable and cut the shapes out.
The images are quite self explanatory.
Just an update is that I glued the paper to hard paper to maintain their shapes. You can print the pdf straight onto a strong or heavy paper.
Step 2: Use Ot and Have Fun
Today I gave it to a friend of mine whose daughter is in senior KG. Let's see how it will be used. Keeping fingers crossed.
Attached the PDF.
Step 3: Version 2.0
As per requests from MicioGatta I have made a new and improved dial card. It has 6 dials with a space added to each dial to make multiple words. PDF added for download.
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