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Kit of 32 reversible phonic wristbands help kids get to grips with phonetics quicker.

Learning wristbands firm Jellypips seeks distributor

A company that produces colourful wristbands to teach children how to read and spell words is on the hunt for a distributor.

Jellypips has a kit of 32 reversible bands, covering 64 sounds, which helps "children get to grips with phonetics quicker, faster and easier".

The company currently sells its packs directly through the Jellypips website.

Phonics teaches beyond the 26 alphabet sounds, as there are 44 sounds in the English language. The Government advises the teaching of synthetic phonics in schools. 

To get in touch with Jellypips, you can contact Jo Kesbey on 020 7299 6216 or email info@jellypips.com.

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