Sensory Writing in Fairy Dust

Sensory Writing in Fairy Dust

Make a star dust sensory writing tray to create a magical and exciting early writing experience for young children! Fine motor skills and sensory play too.

Magnetic letter hunt! Can you find the first letter in your name can you spell…

Can you find the first letter in your name can you spell your name? Use different sized magnets to activate fine motor skills.

Reading - HFW Ring Around A Bottle - students toss the ring and say the word if…

Sight Words Ring Around A Bottle - students toss the ring and say the word if the ring lands one of the bottles.

Shake the jar, read the word...real or nonsense? Idea is described differently…

Shake of the Day: CVC; shake all vowels; shake 2 words that rhyme; shake a picture and the letter of the beginning sound of that picture; Addition or Subtraction; 3 numbers in a row-example 3 dots / 3 / three

Springtime Vowel Sorting Activity

Springtime Vowel Sorting Activity

Free vowel pictures for sorting activity. Adapt this to make Letters & sounds / Phonics sorting game. Can the children work out which sound the pictures start with?

▶ Phase 2 oral blending - YouTube

This is a video clip from the DfES Letters and Sounds Programme used to teach children to read in many schools. This clip shows children rehearsing th.

Phase 2-3 Phoneme Tracing Letters - tracing letters, phonemes, handwriting…

A set of phoneme tracing sheets covering phases 2 and 3 of the DFES letters and sounds publication. Each sheet enables children to practice letter formation and reinforces learning.

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