300 High Frequency words from Letters and Sounds made into cards that can be laminated and displayed/used as flashcards etc. Original Font - Lucinda Sans Typewriter New Font Comic Sans


  • HighFrequencyWords.pdf
  • next101-200words.pdf
  • HighFrequency201-300.pdf
  • FirstHFwords.pdf
  • HF100-200.pdf
  • HF200.pdf

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5 Reviews

  • 5
    user avatarricha_pinchi5 months agoreport

    Thanks very much. It will be very useful in my ESL class

  • 5
    user avatartracey83 years agoreport

    Thanks very much. These will be very useful.

  • 5

    I like these a lot. Thank you for sharing.

  • 5
    user avatarLori17 years agoreport

    font. I "agrre" the font may not be perfect and so I have changed it to appease as I have nothing else to do, however I am concerned about spelling, I "suugest" you check yours.

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    user avatarmarib7 years agoreport

    font. I agrre that in later years children should experience a range of fonts, but for very young children or those with special needs, a simple font is best. I do not understand why a font would have letters that look like a number 7 or why anyone would chose to use it in education.