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I made this snakes and ladders type game to help reinforce all the graphemes up to phase 5 as prep for the screening test. Also sneaked in some consonant blends too. I'll use groups of three with my phonics group and enlarge the document to You can.
How about word family on a spider?Working on consonant digraphs this week and created some spider graphic organizers! We glued on the legs, used glitter for the eyes and hung them with white yarn from the ceiling!