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Teacher to Teacher brings you insights from the classroom in our free webinars and blog. We also give you lots of free Synthetic Phonics resources and a pronounce the phonemes resource.


The latest posts from the Teacher to Teacher blog


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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Do you need to spice up one of your classroom walls? Well Year 2, we’ve got just the display resource to do it! Our Spelling Representation Balloons include all of the graphemes from each unit of Complete the Code. One phoneme per card. These balloons, provide the perfect opportunity for more passive absorption of information. […]

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Some of you may remember our DIY Giant Magnetic Letters last year, inspired by Sally Hedrick from Warragul North Primary School. Well, due to popular demand, we’ve designed DIY Giant Magnetic Letters for the Advanced Code. That’s right Year 1 teachers… it’s time to get out the laminator! You will often demonstrate to your whole […]

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Is 6pm too hard for you to make our free webinars? Well just this once, we’ve posted a recorded version of our ‘Ready to Roll with Synthetic Phonics’ webinar. Click here to watch it now!

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