Words in Color Charts with Fidel

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Words in Color Charts with Fidel

from 24.99

This set includes 21-color-coded word charts, a Fidel phonic code, and a Color Key for the American English Fidel. A number of sizes are available. 

Medium - $169.99

  • All charts printed at 11 x 17"
  • Great for classes of up to 12 students

Small - $79.99

  • Charts are half of the size as Medium. Two charts per 11 x 17" sheet
  • Designed for small groups of about 3 at a time
  • Includes "Desktop Fidel" for group work at a table

Reference Set - $24.99

  • Four charts per standard letter 8.5x11" sheet
  • Charts have column for hole punching
  • Designed for individual use, such as lesson planning, or for students to follow along with the teacher from their seat

The Words in Color Large Set is also available for school orders. Please contact us at info@educationalsolutions.com if you are interested in the premium large size.

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What size should I choose?

Consider the following factors when choosing a size: 

  • How many students will you be working with? Make sure the charts will be visible to all.
  • How much wall space do you have? While you don't need to display all of the charts all of the time, keeping the advanced charts up on the wall may lead to exciting discoveries for your students.
  • How old are your students? Very young students may want to touch the colors with their fingers instead of the pointer, requiring a larger size. As well, mature students may need a larger font size, especially if they don't yet have reading glasses.

How do I put up the charts? 

Depending on your surface, you can use magnets, sticky tack, or masking tape. We find rolling masking tape into tight vertical loops does the best job on most surfaces. Arrange the charts from left to right, starting with Chart 0. Put the charts at eye level for your students.  You do not need to put up all of the charts at the same time, but if you have space, it's well worth it.