Phonics ideas

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Answering yes or no questions and name recognition - from Rachel (",) Year 1 Classroom, Early Years Classroom, Classroom Displays, Kindergarten Classroom, Early Years Maths, Classroom Setting, Eyfs Activities, Morning Activities, Classroom Activities
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Name Recognition & Writing - Stimulating Learning

Activities to support name recognition and writing - from Rachel (",)

Phonics 1 - In this Phonics game, students will find the word that the teacher "sound talks" or segments Then, the students feed the word to the hungry robot. Roles can be reversed and students can talk as the robot. Reading Activities, Literacy Activities, Alphabet Activities, Teaching Phonics, Phonics Games Year 1, Teaching Resources, Preschool Phonics, Phonics Lessons, Phonics Reading
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Metal Mike phonics blending game

Metal Mike phonics blending game. Early reading activity. More

I love a bit of personalised display. Get your children to hold up a blank whiteboard and take their photo. Then you can use them for displaying letters, words, numbers. Ks1 Classroom, Year 1 Classroom, Early Years Classroom, Class Displays, School Displays, Classroom Displays, Phonics Games, Jolly Phonics, Primary Teaching

Alistair Bryce-Clegg on Instagram: “I love a bit of personalised display. Get your children to hold up a blank whiteboard and take their photo. Then you can use them for…”

Get your children to hold up a blank whiteboard and take their photo. Then you can use them for displaying letters, words, numbers... ABC Does Ltd

Play dough phonics - from Rachel (",) Primary Teaching, Teaching Phonics, Preschool Literacy, Early Literacy, Kindergarten Classroom, Teaching Ideas, Phonics Games, Phonics Reading, Eyfs Activities
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Practical Phonics Activities - Stimulating Learning

A few of the phonics activities we complete in my early years classroom - from Rachel (",)

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Using the smaller blocks play areas eyfs Play More Month - DaddiLife Phonics Lessons, Phonics Games, Phonics Reading, Teaching Phonics, Eyfs Classroom, Outdoor Classroom, Reception Classroom Ideas, Eyfs Outdoor Area, Outdoor Play

Play More Month - DaddiLife

Ask anyone over 30 to recount their most treasured memories of childhood play, and few will be indoors. Independent play, outdoors, and varied, is what we remember. As things stand,…

Phonics pegs and lollipop sticks Use flashcards and pegs instead of writing letter on pegs. Can also use for the colours of the rainbow. Spelling Activities, English Activities, Literacy Activities, Literacy Centers, Phase 3 Phonics Games, Spelling Ideas, Preschool Songs, Literacy Stations, Word Games

Great phonics idea

Write words on the bottom of plastic cups. Call the word out to your first player. When they find it they sound out the word and, as they blend it, they smash it! Phonics Lessons, Teaching Phonics, Teaching Activities, Jolly Phonics, Phonics Worksheets, Motor Activities, Phase 2 Phonics Games, Fun Reading Games, Phonics Display
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I Spy phonic display. Reception children see the 'letter of the day' and look on… Jolly Phonics, Phonics Reading, Teaching Phonics, Phonics Activities, Kindergarten Literacy, Early Literacy, Preschool, School Displays, Classroom Displays

I Spy phonic display. Reception children see the 'letter of the day' and look on the board to find something beginning with the letter. They write the word down on a piece of card using their phonic knowledge. They are then encouraged to draw a picture of the item, write their name and display it in the wall folder for all to see.

A child could secretly select an object e. a dog and put it into a box, sound talk it - d.g, group draw what the believe it to be, we're they right? Let's look inside the box! Phonics Games, Phonics Reading, Jolly Phonics, Phonics Activities, Kindergarten Literacy, Early Literacy, Literacy Activities, Primary Teaching, Teaching Phonics

Phonics fun today ... the children came up with this game.... someone 'sound talked' a part of the body and everyone drew it on their board! Just look at those 't-ee-th'!!!!! Great turn taking too! Mr Tickled Pink is on the look out for wonderful work! He certainly was Tickled Pink today!