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A set of editable alphabet labels. Each letter of the alphabet is represented by a picture which is positioned next to editable text. They are ideal to use as labels for pupils’ coat hooks. They are designed to be downloaded and edited in Microsoft Word. We have used Sassoon primary infant, however if you do not have this font installed on your computer then it will be automatically substituted for another. Before you download why not check out this activity idea by Alistair Bryce-Clegg: Creating an alphabet with impact

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