Phonic Fish for Phase 3 ar or ur graphemes

Separate files, each one making a different word from Phase 3 interactive. See tutorial video for how to use this file.

The following words are included:
bar, bark, born, burn, burp, car, card, cart, cord, cork, cornet, cow, curds, curl, farmyard, for, fork, fort, fur, hard, hurt, jar, market, park, sort, surf, torn, turn, turnip, urn, worn

These files are designed to be opened in Smart Notebook, or in a web browser. There is also a random fish version separately available, which randomly selects words from the word group. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/phonic-resource-for-phase-3-6028010

Resource details and instructions

Separate flash files for each of the words above. See tutorial video for how to use this file.

Intended Use

KS1 / 2 teacher resource designed to be inserted in to Smart Notebook lesson files.

This download contains:

31 different files with each word in an interactive widget that can be placed on your smartboard. PLEASE try one of our free example files https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/phonic-resource-for-phase-3-6028010 before purchasing if you are unsure about inserting and using flash files.

About Planet Primary Flash Files

All our flash files are exactly that - collections of flash files that you can add to your smart notebook teaching files. See our full curriculum collection on www.planetprimary.co.uk

How to open Flash files:

Flash files are easy to drop in to your interactive whiteboard software, or open in a web browser using File-> Open -> Browse for any file type.

Watch this video here for instructions on how to insert flash files in to smart notebook: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HF7LsvFhgnI&t=1m50s

How to add flash files in powerpoint: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Riv3o9C2ZQ

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Created: Aug 9, 2019

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