All the words used in Phase Three are provided in this handy box with dividers. Cards are presented with the words on one side and the word with sound ‘buttons’ on the reverse representing individual phonemes. Use as fl ashcards and for visually demonstrating segmentation and blending. Contains 292 double-sided cards.
035-LI00605 £ 32 .95
2 Mnemonic Flashcards Bright and colourful set of A4 cards for use in teaching the graphemes from Phase Three. Each card is double sided featuring the grapheme on one side with a mnemonic on the reverse. Use as fl ashcards to accompany teaching a letter and for recall and recognition activities, or display on the wall as a frieze. Set of 26.
035-LI00326 £ 12 .99
3 Yes/No Questions Developed for use in the Yes/No Questions activity in Phase Three, this set of cards provides children with the opportunity to use and apply simple decoding skills, compatible with the word-reading level that they have reached. Display a sentence for a child to decode and ask them to answer yes or no in response to the illustrated question. Excellent for practising decoding skills as well as for prompting class discussions. 20 illustrated cards featuring words using sets 1-7 GPCs. A5 in size.
035-LI00331 £ 12 .49
4 Phase Three High Frequency Word Ping Pong Balls
A highly recommended resource by advisors and teachers, this set of ping pong balls features all of the high frequency words at Phase Three of Letters and Sounds. A great resource for children to fi sh out of either water or sand.
035-LI01418 5 Buried Treasure
A fun decoding activity which will also motivate children to read words and gain valuable reading practice. Children have to identify which of the coins are nonsense or real and sort appropriately. Set includes 25 gold coins featuring 15 sensible words and 10 made up words.
035-LI00333 £ 12 .49
6 Grapheme Flashcards A set of 18, A5 sized illustrated fl ashcards and accompanying word strips featuring the graphemes to be learnt in Phase Three of Letters and Sounds. The cards are double sided with a grapheme on one side and an illustration of an object containing that grapheme on the reverse. The words taken from the strategy, are fully decodable and can be used in a number of activities including, ‘What’s in the Box?’, ‘recognition for reading’ as well as for introducing graphemes.
035-LI00290 £18 .49 Ideal preparation for the Phonics Screening Check 491 £ 15 .99