Standard Pocket Chart (Anglais) Fournitures de bureau – 1 décembre 2009
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This pocket chart works great with our 3x5 inch index cards. It holds 6 index cards with a gap in between each one. If I get them really close, 6 and a half. We use the full cards for our words and the half cards for punctuation, so it works well for us.
The overall size is 34" wide x about 43" long. It seems much bigger than what I had envisioned in my head. It barely fits on the roll-around laundry rack that I have it on. With the height of the rack included, it is as tall as my 5.5 yr old son.
The rod sewn in is at the bottom of the chart. I guess it helps keep it from curling up at the bottom and maybe adds a little weight to keep it straight?
It seems well made and was shipped so that the plastic strips were not bent up at all. It was folded vertically in the package. Although I can still see where the folds were, they are not obvious enough that I need to try and iron them out. The fabric seems thick enough, and doesn't collect dog fur.
DS likes to block off a room of the house with it and pretend like it's a secret gate. We take turns reading the sentences on it (the password) to open the "gate". The other person makes sure they read the right "password" and "unlocks" the gate.
Overall, I would buy this product again. I could see this as being a useful and durable teaching tool for educators.
It is easy to find premade strips to use. There are so many ways to use a pocket chart.
This was a great investment for our homeschool classroom!
For our first project, we built sentences. It soon led to the kids creating a whole bunch of their own cards (using index cards, cut in 1/2). The creativity that this tool inspired, made it well-worth the (very reasonable) cost.