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Phonics Key Features


n Flexible resources, suitable for a range of activities


n Develops visual and oral memories, word reading and understanding of phonics


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1 Memorisation Phonics


An engaging and innovative way of building and consolidating essential skills for word reading and phonics by improving children’s visual and oral memories through fun activities with flashcards, pair-matching games and poems. This flexible resource designed to support all children on any phonics programme can be used either in small catch-up groups or for whole class work as an enjoyable springboard from reading to writing. Extensive teacher notes are included giving detailed plans of how to deliver the structured activities, as well as providing ideas for further classroom activities to challenge and meet the needs of your own pupils. Includes 49 page teacher’s handbook,


CD ROM with power point slides and 93 flashcards. LI02244


2 Squidgy Sparkles - 44 Sounds Our popular Squidgy Sparkle letters are available in all the graphemes which make up the 44 sounds of the English language. Tactile yet robust the Squidgy Sparkles can be used indoors or outdoors and in sand and water – perfect for practical word building games. Size: H4.5cm. 67 pieces. For ages 3yrs+.


LI01100


3 Phonics Super Sentence Tubs These foam pieces are great for building sentences and understanding sentence structure. This set features tricky words, high frequency words and words containting graphemes that are focussed upon in Phases 2 to 3 of letters and sounds. Each word is colour coded by the different word classes. For ages 3yrs+.


LI01708 Phases 2 - 3 LI01709 Phases 4 - 6


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SET OF 67


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Phases 4-6 Visit the e-catalogue at www.tts-trade.co.uk and email your orders to trade@tts-group.co.uk


Phases 2-3 123


ENGLISH LANGUAGE


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