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Literacy Center Idea: Lay out a complete alphabet with letter cards, then let kids sort letters to match. Use letter tiles from games, plastic/magnetic letters, by marsha

Phonic Finger Gym - matching CVC words with their picture plus some fine motor control built in

Phonic Finger Gym - matching CVC words with their picture plus some fine motor control built in. so smart!

Children loved the free writing phonics table. Lots of independent word building.

Children loved the free writing phonics table. Lots of independent word building. Cover tables in paper

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.

I Spy phonic display. Reception children see the 'letter of the day' and look on…

Phonics Factory.... turn the cups to make a word ... can you write it down? Yes they can!!!!

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Made my own blending line for my reception class today... They were very intrigued and hopefully it will encourage them to think about the sounds that make up words :)

Blending line - Teaching and practising blending for reading VC and CVC words and segmenting for spelling.

This activity would work well as a first-grade center or as a whole class activity upon entering the classroom or as an exit slip activity.

Wonderful for grade center activity for small group. Phonics challenge based on Obb and Bob (phonics play). Was further differentiated with different coloured words for different groups of children.

Pretend to be detective by reading tiny writing using magnifying glasses! Might get my little biologist to practice her sight words

We have tried this in my setting, everyone became phonics detectives! It was amazing and the kiddies loved it!

Pick an object and spell it with pebbles

"EY FroTeachers can create this Phonics Activity - spell with the pebbles- a great way to attract children who have a hard time sitting in one place on a table and being a typical writer.

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Jolly Phonics challenge table // Could be an interesting way to begin arranging materials for a phonics centre

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ELA EPA // letter of the day display // Jolly Phonics interactive display Roll and write letter Write in the sand Write on the whiteboard Sort the sound

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how to spell top ten tips for kids spelling

spelling For this spelling activity the teacher writes a word on the chalkboard and the students write over it with a paint brush and water. This helps the students get familiar with spelling words and helps them practice writing them.

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