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Practice the Complete the Code phonemes with this quick crossword! It works well as a whole class lesson or as a phonics rotation activity. Instructions: Download the Complete the Code Crossword Photocopy one sheet per child and hand out Discuss each of the images at the bottom of the page, so that the class is […]

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Are your phonics rotations feeling a little dated? Never fear… We have yet another free resource for you to introduce to your students! Set Up: You will need a one minute sand timer. Print Camera Word Shark Template Cut out shark and laminate, cutting out around the teeth carefully Use the blunt side of a […]

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What better gift for your students to give to Mum this Mother’s Day, than a card, which shows off his or her fabulous phonics knowledge? Instructions: Download and print the Mother’s Day Card Template Photocopy one card per child and hand out Write the following colouring instructions on the whiteboard: /r/ = yellow, /rr/ = […]

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Year 1 and 2 students must use their skills to match spelling representations for the /ee/ phoneme to corresponding pictures! This activity is designed to be used in pairs. The instructions below are written for one pair. You will need to increase the amount of copies depending on how many pairs you have. Instructions: Download […]

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Keep those little brains enthralled with some spelling representation practice over Easter! Instructions: Print the Phonics Rainbow Worksheet Photocopy one rainbow per child and hand out Choose one group of spelling representations to work with (e.g. /ee/ea/y/e/) and have the children write one in each of the clouds provided on the left side of the […]

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