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Pocket Chart

Unlock the power of words with the SnapWords® pocket chart! This versatile and durable educational tool transforms learning into an interactive adventure. Perfect for sentence-building, word sorting, and engaging literacy activities. Designed with ten clear pockets and durable construction, this pocket chart is an essential companion for educators, making lessons visually dynamic and captivating. Elevate your teaching experience and captivate young minds with the SnapWords® pocket chart – where learning meets excitement!

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Transform your learning environment with the SnapWords® Pocket Chart — the perfect blend of versatility and durability! Ideal for classrooms and independent learning centers, this chart boasts ten spacious pockets tailored to fit SnapWords® Pocket Chart Cards and Teaching Cards. Engage in exciting activities like sentence-building and sentence unscramble, providing an interactive learning experience. Crafted from tough polyester fabric, this chart is built to withstand heavy use, ensuring a long-lasting educational companion. Stiffened straps keep sentence strips and cards upright, while reinforced grommets offer versatile hanging options. Elevate your teaching game with the SnapWords® Pocket Chart — where organization meets creativity!

Dimensions: 34” W x 44” L


  • Ten 33” x 2” clear pockets
  • Five sturdy grommets
  • Stiffened straps, spaced 4” apart

Please note that cards and hangers are not included.

The SnapWords® pocket chart is a versatile teaching tool that can be used in various ways across different subjects. Here are some common uses for a pocket chart:

  • Teaching SnapWords®
    Use the chart to teach SnapWords®, utilizing the lessons from SnapWords® Mini-Lessons 1 & 2
  • Sentence Building
    Use SnapWords® cards to build sentences in the pocket chart. This is an effective way to teach sentence structure and grammar.
  • Word Sorting
    Categorize SnapWords® cards into different pockets based on specific criteria such as word families, parts of speech, or spelling patterns.
  • Story Sequencing
    Arrange picture cards or sentence strips in the correct order to teach story sequencing and comprehension.
  • Math Concepts
    Use the chart to teach and reinforce math concepts such as number sequencing, counting, addition, subtraction, multiplication tables, and more.
  • Calendar Activities
    Create a pocket chart calendar to teach days of the week, months, and special events. Move cards or objects to represent the current date.
  • Literacy Games
    Play literacy games where students can manipulate word cards to create new words, identify rhyming words, or match words with corresponding images.
  • Attendance and Behavior Tracking
    Assign each student a pocket, and use it for tracking attendance, behavior, or daily tasks. Move students' names or cards to different pockets as needed.
  • Interactive Learning Centers
    Set up interactive learning centers where students can independently work on activities in the pockets.
  • Vocabulary Building
    Introduce and reinforce vocabulary words by displaying word cards and encouraging students to use them in sentences.
  • Phonics and Spelling
    Focus on phonics and spelling activities by sorting word cards based on specific letter patterns, blends, or digraphs.
  • Graphing and Data Analysis
    Use the chart for graphing activities. Students can add items to pockets to represent data and analyze the results.
  • Question of the Day
    Pose a daily question and have students place their response cards in the appropriate pockets to encourage discussion.
  • Reading and Writing Center
    Incorporate the pocket chart into reading and writing centers for various literacy activities.

Remember, the key is to be creative and adapt the pocket chart to suit the specific needs and learning objectives of your students.

For an enriched learning experience, consider pairing with these other great Child1st resources for an engaging multisensory learning experience!

What's Included

  • One pocket chart measuring 34” W x 44” L, featuring ten clear pockets

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are learning styles and why do they matter?

Learning styles refer to the different ways in which individuals naturally approach and process information, influencing how people learn, understand, and remember new material. Learning styles matter because they impact how effectively individuals can absorb and retain information. Understanding and accommodating these natural strengths can enhance the learning experience in a multitude of ways.

What is right-brained learning?

Right-brain learners possess distinct characteristics that distinguish them from their left-brain counterparts. These characteristics pertain to their information intake, processing methods, and preferred memory strategies. When we discuss right-brain learning, we are essentially describing the way they naturally absorb, process, and retain information. 

Right-brain dominant learning, often associated with the right hemisphere of the brain, refers to a learning style that emphasizes creative and holistic approaches to understanding and retaining information. Strategies that are highly effective include multisensory materials, visuals, stories, movement, and hands-on activities.

How do I know if my child is a right-brain dominant learner?

Children who lean towards right-brained thinking exhibit a unique aptitude for envisioning fresh solutions, devising innovative designs, and grasping the broader perspective. These creative and imaginative learners often excel in artistic pursuits, music, or sports. They possess the remarkable ability to swiftly absorb and remember information when presented visually, using tools such as images, graphs, maps, and information organizers. This visual learning approach proves to be considerably more efficient and effective compared to traditional methods like repetition, memorization, or drilling. By connecting new content with visual aids, we help right-brained learners strengthen their less dominant hemisphere, fostering a well-rounded learning experience.

As you peruse this list, consider whether you find your child's characteristics reflected in it.

What grade levels/ages are your resources for?

We intentionally avoid labeling our resources with specific grade levels or ages to place the emphasis on each child's unique abilities. While the skills covered typically span from kindergarten to third grade, individuals of various ages have found success with our materials.

I’ve tried other materials, and they didn’t work. How do I know your resources will work?

Having tried other materials that didn't meet your expectations, you might understandably have reservations. Remember that the effectiveness of any educational resource can vary from one child to another. It's essential to stay flexible and patient while exploring different materials, as what works best for your child might require some experimentation and adaptation.

We've received feedback from numerous individuals who have achieved success with our resources, even in situations where they previously faced challenges or difficulties. This positive feedback is a testament to the effectiveness of our materials in accommodating diverse learning needs and helping learners make significant progress. We're committed to providing resources that empower individuals to reach their full potential, and we're delighted to hear about the positive experiences shared by those who've benefited from our offerings.

Do Child1st resources work for children with learning differences, such as Dyslexia, ADD/ADHD, Autism, Auditory Processing challenges, Down Syndrome, and Dyscalculia?

Multisensory resources, in general, are tailored to diverse learning styles and prove exceptionally effective for children with varying learning needs. They foster a more inclusive and flexible learning environment, empowering these children to grasp concepts more readily and with heightened engagement. Our multisensory materials are specifically designed to address the unique needs of children with learning differences, ensuring their success.