Carson Dellosa Education Parts of Speech Bulletin Board Set

Theme/Subject: Learning - Skill Learning: Reading, Writing, Speaking, Parts of Speech - 26 Pieces - 7-11 Year - 25 / Set
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  • Resource Guide
  • Enhance your language arts classroom
  • Promotes better speaking, writing and reading
  • Focus: 9 parts of speech
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Carson Dellosa Education Parts of Speech Bulletin Board Set - Bulletin board set focuses on the essentials of the English language to help students become better readers, writers and speakers. Full-color chart displays the nine parts of speech (16-1/4" x 23-1/4") and defines them. Nine vignettes - one for each part of speech - contain the definition, examples and an example sentence. This helpful, language-themed, bulletin board set also includes 16 blank cards with writing lines and a resource guide. It is a great addition to classrooms dedicated to language arts. Bulletin board set is recommended for children in kindergarten through fifth-grade.

  • Resource Guide
  • Enhance your language arts classroom
  • Promotes better speaking, writing and reading
  • Focus: 9 parts of speech
  • Includes definitions and examples
  • For students in kindergarten to 5th-grade
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Product Specifications

  • Assembly Required
    No
  • Brand Name
    Carson Dellosa Education
  • Country of Origin
    United States
  • Manufacturer Part Number
    110126
  • Number of Pieces
    26
  • Package Contents
    Chart With The 9 Parts Of Speech (16 1/4" x 23 1/4") 16 x Blank Cards With Writing Lines Resource Guide
  • Product Name
    Parts of Speech Bulletin Board Set
  • Product Type
    Bulletin Board Set
  • Recommended Age
    7-11 Year
  • Recycled
    No
  • Skill Learning
    Parts of Speech Reading Speaking Writing
  • Theme/Subject
    Learning

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