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Large Rainbow Alphabet Flags - Lowercase

Colourful flags displaying the alphabet.

Print out these Large Rainbow Alphabet Flags and cut them out. Fold the top section of the flag over a piece of string and hang it in your classroom.

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Australian Curriculum alignment

English > Foundation Year > Language > Phonics and word knowledge > ACELA1440
Recognise and name all upper and lower case letters (graphemes) and know the most common sound that each letter representsElaborationsusing familiar and common letters in handwritten and digital commu...


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  • Hello, when I tried to download the NSW precursive font for this it was the same as the beginners font. Do you have one with entries and exits?

    Comment by Gemma on January 28, 2018 at 4:05 pm

    • Hello Gemma!

      Thanks for your comment. I have looked into this and am continuing to research. Entries and exits on letters for NSW pre-cursive usually only exist when the letters are used in conjunction with other letters. This is because they are not always needed, it is dependent on which letter precedes or proceeds them. In this case, as the letters are standing alone, they shouldn’t need them unless the letter always has an entry or exit.

      I trust this information is correct. This also seems to be the case with NSW cursive. If you require any further help with our resources, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

      Official comment by Kristian on January 29, 2018 at 2:25 pm

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