Magnetic Tabletop Pocket Chart
Item # LER 7191
$24.99
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This self-standing, double-sided pocket chart features a magnetic write-on/wipe-off board on top and three storage pockets. Has a sturdy handle and collapses for easy storage. Use with magnetic tiles or magnetic letters or numbers. 

 

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Skills
  • Cognitive: Expressive Language
  • Cognitive: Receptive Language
  • Fine Motor


  • Key points
  • Provides a concentrated, upright space for learning and play—design enables a caregiver to hold the chart from the side or middle
  • White board is framed on the dark easel guiding a child’s vision and attention. High-contrast letters are easy to see
  • Magnets help prevent individual letters from falling out of reach of a child
  • Use to focus on letters, letter sounds, colors, shapes and numbers


  • Disability
  • Autism
  • ADD & ADHD
  • Dyslexia
  • Down Syndrome
  • Brain Injury
  • Speech
  • Hearing

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    Chart measures 12.25"W x 14.75"L x 4"H.

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    4.0

    Easy to setup!

    By AAldrich

    from Libertyville, IL

    Comments about Magnetic Tabletop Pocket Chart:

    The best part of this product is the ease of setting it up and the storage. I used it in a center with magnetic picture tiles, for students who needed help listening for similar beginning sounds. The children called it "the suitcase." Instead of feeling sad because they needed extra help, the ones who got to use "the suitcase" were envied!

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