A useful resource for children to use when writing.
Drive a toy car past the trees and read the tricky words!
A fun activity for Halloween or just as a not-so-scary literacy activity!
Children segment to spell the word. They can use magnetic letters or write the words.
Dot and dab the phase 2 phonics words. All words included are 2-letter VC (vowel-consonant) words.
Spin the spinner and say the phase 2 phonics sound.
Send a little toy doll or animal down the slide and blend the sounds to read the word.
Blend to read the word, cut and stick the correct letters to make the word and finally write it!
Children listen for the phase 3 tricky word which is called out and then swat it with a fly swatter!
These stunning floral vintage-themed flashcards include the days of the week and months of the year.
Differentiated checklists to give children visual reminders during writing tasks.
Children will learn to recognise phase 5 phonics sounds and words as they park their toy cars.
This FREE activity is perfect for building confidence with sentence writing. Children will learn to produce complete and descriptive sentences.
These eye-catching VC word blending cards are perfect for beginner or struggling readers. Use during phonics lessons to help children learn to blend to read 2-letter vowel-consonant words. Can also be used as part of an intervention to get children on their way to decoding!
Your class will love this set of 10 loose-part pattern mats! Children should place loose parts or play dough along the different shaped lines. Perfect for developing fine motor skills and spatial awareness.
Free Maths Resources
Use a child-safe mirror to reflect and double the image shown.
Free counting activity
Flip over a card and find half by sharing out counters equally.
Learn to use the language of time, such as first, then, morning, and afternoon.
Make the hands of the clock using playdough. Position them on the clock to make the correct time.
Sort objects into 2 sets, including tall/short, long/short and big/small.
Develop addition and subtraction fact fluency within 5.