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Practice reading English phonetically with these 3D Printed Phonics Sliders.Education
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Phonics Slider for helping young kids practice reading words phonetically. Use them with your own kids or, if you're a teacher, they are fast enough to print that you can print enough for your whole class.
There's examples provided for CVC, 'r' and 'l' blends, VC, magic 'e', 'r' controlled vowels and silent 'a'. You can edit the PPT to create your own or print the blank template page and write on it with a marker.
After you've inserted the sliders into the frame staple the ends to stop them from coming out. Laminating them first will also make them last longer.
Materials and methods
Print two copies then snap them together.
Adjust hole_r value in OpenSCAD to get a perfect fit. Clearance is 0.1mm. If it's too tight try use a clamp or vice to sandwich the two parts together.
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