Whiting with Carrots? Why Not? dip it in veggie dip onto black papper. Or a banana (dipped in pudding? (I haven't figured out how to use A's fav: Seaweed . Large letters though. lots of space for these fun ideas!
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.
Phonics # 1 "I Spy Game" Provide small tangible items that students can group together with like sounds. EX: ball and butterfly would fit with the B's. (be careful with items and confusion: Spiderman and Cinderella, like pictured, may confuse a child)