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...Introduction Children love to post and sort! In this activity children work as a group to sort the letters, and justify their thinking.Focus Using and applying phonics and early reading skills. You can adapt this activity to give...
...Focus To develop children's awareness of the sounds made by various instruments and objects.What you need A range of percussion instruments Thick paper or card cut into a circle shape to place instruments on A cloth to cover...
...Focus This activity could be used for any phase, but it is particularly suited to phase 2 and excellent for establishing muscle memory for these letters. This game can also be used for fine and gross motor interventions and early mark...
...Introduction This activity uses your classroom or, when they know the game, the rest of the school to provide opportunities to assess how well children are at hearing sounds in words.Focus Hearing taught sounds in wordsWhat you need...
...Introduction This activity supports the teaching of phonemes and allows for early spelling practice. Plus, every child will have a crown to wear or take home at the end. Knowing they will end up with a product to keep at the end...
...Introduction This is a simple highly versatile activity that gets the children moving and really listening. Children have to listen to and identify sounds in different words by moving around the room to the correct grapheme or digraph card....
...Introduction This version uses the structure of the Runaround game to teach a different skill; the using and applying of spelling strategies. Once children have reached Phase 5 they will need to learn when to apply specific digraphs...
...Introduction Children learn new vocabulary by repetition because it activates their memory. This game promotes this skill and gives you a method to measure individual children's progress.Focus Sight-reading of high frequency wordsWhat you...
...Introduction This activity uses the rest of the school to provide opportunities to assess how well children are making the correspondence between the phonemes you have taught and their corresponding grapheme in the context of words.Focus...
...Introduction This is a simple highly versatile activity that gets the children moving and really listening. Characteristically, children will hear the initial and final sound more clearly than the medial sounds. This game teaches...