Make a magical sensory tray for mark making and early writing using homemade fairy dust and exciting added extras! Such a fun way to ignite the imagination and enthusiasm for young children as they learn their letters and sight words in a playful, hands-o
Hands-on sight word activities are a motivating way to help children learn how to read common sight words. Making Sight Words in Play Dough with letter stampers creates a fun canvas to promote sight word recognition or.
Phone a phoneme! New phonic game I made for our Reception children using Phase 2/3 letters and sounds. Ask the children to 'phone' the phoneme you call out by pressing the corresponding grapheme. Great game for pairs and small groups, brilliant quick assessment. Look out for Phase 3 phones soon...! LG☆
This engaging activity is great for subitising and learning the first 6 jolly phonics sounds at the same time! Students roll a six sided dice and cross the letter which corresponds with the number on the table. First player to cross off all their sounds wins!