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Hi! You'll find mainly phonic related resources from me from Phase 2 to 6. No matter what systematic synthetic phonics teaching programme you follow, these resources will support and enhance your teaching and your children's learning. I am a great believer in sharing resources to save us all re-inventing the wheel! I've worked 16 years in KS1.

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Hi! You'll find mainly phonic related resources from me from Phase 2 to 6. No matter what systematic synthetic phonics teaching programme you follow, these resources will support and enhance your teaching and your children's learning. I am a great believer in sharing resources to save us all re-inventing the wheel! I've worked 16 years in KS1.
Telling the Time - analogue faces - 12 times to practise - o'clock, half-past, quarter past/to etc.
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Telling the Time - analogue faces - 12 times to practise - o'clock, half-past, quarter past/to etc.

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Telling the Time - analogue faces - 12 times to practise independently... o'clock, half-past, quarter past / quarter to, 5 past / 5 to, 10 past /10 to, 20 past / 20 to, 25 past / 25 to. Great for independent learning. Ideally, children share a 1-12 dice which they roll and then draw the minute and hour hands on each clock according to the number on the dice. Makes a great 'Time' booklet.
100 + 'Just For Fun' KS1 poems, rhymes and limericks.
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100 + 'Just For Fun' KS1 poems, rhymes and limericks.

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Over 100 ‘Just For Fun’ short poems, rhymes and limericks, collated with poet’s name added where possible. Ideal for KS1 poetry lessons, learning by heart in class and to send home a poem a week in a Poetry Journal. Enjoy at any time too, between lessons, involve children by asking them to choose a poem. Read together. Enjoy! Just for fun!! PS They’ll love Spike Milligan!
Phase 5: magic 'e' / split digraph [mixed] word table cards
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Phase 5: magic 'e' / split digraph [mixed] word table cards

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Phase 5: magic 'e' / split digraph [mixed a-e, e-e, i-e, o-e, u-e] word table cards. Children use the long vowels a, e, i, o, u, to complete the words given. In doing so, they get used to trying the different long vowels in each word. There can be more than one option for them to choose from. Once the list is made, pupils change cards. They also read them back to you to check their reading of these magic 'e' words.
Phase 5 graphemes: Draw the 'sound buttons' [sausages and beans]
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Phase 5 graphemes: Draw the 'sound buttons' [sausages and beans]

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Phase 5: Draw the 'sound buttons' activity. Complete set of Phase 5 graphemes [except for 'ph']. 1. Child draws a sausage [a line] under the grapheme being learned, e.g. ay, ou, ie, ea, etc. 2. They then draw a bean [a small dot] for each single phoneme and sausages for graphemes that make one sound [e.g. ch sh th...]. An example is done on each page. 3. The 'sausages and beans' then become the Sound Buttons, so the child then 'presses' the sound buttons and sound out to blend each word. The word list can be used for writing too.
Phase 5: alternative spellings for ai, ee, igh, oa and oo; table cards.
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Phase 5: alternative spellings for ai, ee, igh, oa and oo; table cards.

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Phase 5, alternative spellings. ai, ee, igh, oa, oo. Children read the comments on the top. They recognise or are told the sound being addressed. They read the first word in each line which is under-lined. They write this word and 4 others that rhyme, recognising that they may have different spellings for the same sound.
Punctuation Pyramid [Ros Wilson] for table use
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Punctuation Pyramid [Ros Wilson] for table use

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Punctuation Pyramid [based on Ros Wilson] for table use. MS Publisher file: colour print on A3 paper; laminate and build pyramids [e.g. sellotape edges] - one for each table [these will last year after year - had mine in constant use for 7 years now]. Chn use them for revision, inspiration etc.
Phase 5 alternative pronunciations: Draw the 'sound buttons' [sausages and beans]
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Phase 5 alternative pronunciations: Draw the 'sound buttons' [sausages and beans]

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Phase 5 alternative pronunciations: Draw the 'sound buttons' activity. Complete set of Phase 5 graphemes. 1. Child draws a sausage [a line] under the grapheme being learned, e.g. ow, ie, ea, er, etc. 2. They then draw a bean [a small dot] for each single phoneme e.g. a, e, i, o and u, and sausages for any graphemes that make one sound [e.g. ch sh th...]. A small cross is used for any silent letter. An example is done on each page. 3. The 'sausages and beans' then become the Sound Buttons, so the child then 'presses' the sound buttons and sound out to blend each word not forgetting the alternative sound being learnt. The word list can be used for writing too.