Initial Sound Recognition Worksheets (Lower Case) – Complete Set a–z
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A set of colouring activities to develop letter recognition and phonemic awareness.
A colouring activity to develop letter recognition and phonemic awareness.
An activity to use in the classroom when learning about alliteration.
A set of four Oxford Wordlist Mats to assist students with their reading and spelling.
A sheet of letters to use when making CVC words.
A vibrant and fun activity to teach lower case and upper case to young children.
Use these blank flags to decorate and display numbers or letters in your classroom.
A poster to show your students what activity to complete each night using their spelling words.
A set of 25 word building mats using consonant-vowel-consonant (CVC) words.
A set of cards to be used in a Guess Who? Board Game for students to consolidate their knowledge of CVC words.
Three worksheets with missing middle vowel sounds.
Thirty-two bingo cards using CVC words.
A set of 5 vowel owls; Aa, Ee, Ii, Oo, Uu.
A sight word/labelling activity for younger students.
A set of 32 task cards prompting students to use their phonics knowledge to find words that include specific sounds.
A 72-slide PowerPoint presentation containing a variety of quick warm-up activities.
A 76-slide PowerPoint presentation containing a variety of quick warm-up activities.
A little book with activities for the word ‘you’.
A little book with activities for the word ‘they’.
A little book with activities for the word ‘we’.
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