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Literacy Center Idea: Lay out a complete alphabet with letter cards, then let kids sort letters to match. Use letter tiles from games, plastic/magnetic letters, by marsha

Pretend to be detective by reading tiny writing using magnifying glasses! EYFS

Pretend to be detective by reading tiny writing using magnifying glasses! Might get my little biologist to practice her sight words

Lovely Writing Target display using Twinkl resources. Great idea for the new school year!

Can this be reading targets/ phonic work targets guided reading targets for display

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Inspector Phonics

Inspector Phonics (easy to adapt idea)

Matching letters with the base to make words. Great for phonics!

An interactive activity which involves students choose individual blocks with single letters on to build a word which is spelt out on a singular block. Great for practising phonics with younger pupils.

Mrs. Gilchrist's Class: Read It, Build It, Write It for SPELLING Words - Template Freebie

Make this for my sight words! Gilchrist's Class: Read It, Build It, Write It - A Dolch Sight Words Center

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Phonics Challenge Table (maybe Spring Term)

Phonics screening revision game

I made this snakes and ladders type game to help reinforce all the graphemes up to phase 5 as prep for the screening test. Also sneaked in some consonant blends too. I'll use groups of three with my phonics group and enlarge the document to You can.

Classroom library area: these are for the students to be able to read with during read to someone. It goes with the book "Rocket Learns to Read".

DaddiLifeForce - the magic of story time

Like the idea of tying a laminated label around a few soft toys saying 'Please read to me' or 'I like listening to stories'. The toys could be in a basket or sat on cushions in the book area.

Phonics pegs and lollipop sticks ~ another way to use these tools!

In Our Hands on

Using clothespins and Popsicle sticks to teach phonics is a great way to support language development in older children!

2nd Grade with Mrs. Wade: Anchor Charts

25 Awesome Anchor Charts For Teaching Writing

Language Arts/Writing: Writing Goals Anchor Chart Self-Check. Other Anchor chart examples.

Phonics Display

Phonics Display Could use post its to use as a working wall.

Phonics Display

Phonics Display Could use post its to use as a working wall.

Following on from last week's literacy work. Children will compose sentences to match the picture.

Comprehension Activity and Display

Phonic challenge table with a reading focus. Two activities - read and match the small minibeasts and read and velcro the answer.

Early Years ideas from Tishylishy

'Phonix' blocks on the challenge table

'Phonics' blocks on the challenge table

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