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Key Education I Spy Alphabet Aquarium Game

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The Key Education I Spy Alphabet Aquarium Game is an educational game designed for children with sensory processing disorder and learning disabilities to search for fish with uppercase letters, lowercase letters or beginning sounds. Learn letters and beginning letter sounds by matching colorful fish cards to the correct letters or images on the aquarium game board. Three ways to play: match uppercase letters to each other, match uppercase letters to lowercase letters or match letters. Sold as an Each. Good for up to four players.

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Materials: Includes one large game board, game cards, markers and directions.

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Price: 
19.94
as of: 
01/31/2019
Key Education I Spy Alphabet Aquarium Game

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Key Education Publishing Comoany LLC | Creative Child
Key Education Publishing Comoany LLC | Creative Child Organization Type: 
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Key Education Publishing Comoany LLC | Creative Child offers developmentally age-appropriate resources for grades PK - 3, with a focus on early childhood and special education. Founded in 2004.   • Materials for Struggling Students, Special Learners, and English Language Learners (ELL) • Early Childhood Resources for Reading, Writing, Handwriting, Phonics, Math, Science, and Social Studies • Books and Hands-On Learning Tools for Language Development and Early Literacy • Interactive Early Learning Games, Photographic Learning Cards, and Textured Tracing Cards • Listening Lotto Games and High-Interest/Low-Readability Books with CDs   • Reading and Math Manipulatives Key Education offers developmentally age-appropriate resources for grades PK - 3, with a focus on early childhood and special education. • Materials for struggling Students, Special Leaners, and English Language Learners (ELL) • Early Childhood Resources for Reading, Writing, Handwriting, Phonics, Math, Science, and Social Studies • Books and Hands-On Learning Tools for Language Development and Early Literacy • Interactive Early Learning Games, Photographic Learning Cards, and Textured Tracing Cards • Listening Lotto Games and High-Interest/Low-Readability Books with CDs • Reading and Math Manipulatives
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Phone: 612-237-5365
Fax: 952-944-3992
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Creative Child

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School Specialty, Inc.
School Specialty, Inc. Organization Type: 
Distributor
Address: 
Email address: customercare@schoolspecialty.com
Phone: 888- 388-3224
Fax: 800-513-2467
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
920-882-5994
Web Address: 
http://www.schoolspecialty.com