EYFS Phase 3

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Phonics Phase 3 Roll It Spell It | Teaching Resources

There are four picture boards in total. Board 1 - qu,ch,sh,th,ng Board 2 - ai,ee,igh,oa,oo Board 3 - oo(u), ar,or,ur, ow Board 3 - oi, ear, air, er Each board has a ? section where there are a mixture of pictures from the sounds on the board. Board three has two ? the second has pictures that are either longer or have two Phase 3 sounds. **How to play: ** Roll the dice. When it lands on a sound, find that column on the game board. Spell the first picture from that column on your spelling…

This has easily been the most popular enhancement so far this year! The children have affectionately named it the pom-pom game. You will need some cups (I got these funky looking monster ones from the pound shop), a marker pen. Teaching Phonics, Phonics Activities, Kindergarten Literacy, Early Literacy, Phonics Games Year 1, Teaching Resources, Kindergarten Sight Word Games, Preschool Boards, Emergent Literacy

Phonics Cups - Bag of Beans

This has easily been the most popular enhancement so far this year! The children have affectionately named it the pom-pom game. You will need some cups (I got these funky looking monster ones from the pound shop), a marker pen... Continue Reading →

 I am linking up with Kacey from Doodle Bugs Teaching for her fabulous Five for Friday! Thank you, Kacey! Teaching Phonics, Kindergarten Literacy, Preschool Phonics, Teaching Reading, Phase 3 Phonics Games, Word Games, Phonics Display, Literacy Display, Literacy Centers

Five for Friday January 17th

Happy Friday! I am linking up with Kacey from Doodle Bugs Teaching for her fabulous Five for Friday! Thank you, Kacey! I made my floor Ten Frames this week. We have had fun with them already. My kids are even using them at Free Choice time and making up games with them with blocks, Legos, stuffed animals- even food. (And I don't just mean dancing-in-the-squares similar to hopscotch games... actual math games sometimes!) Click on the picture below if you want to see more of my Mitten…