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Phase 3 Tricky Word Bingo

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Phase 3 Tricky Word Bingo - Word Bingo, Phase 3, Phase three, Foundation bingo, High Frequency Words, Letters and Sounds, DfES Letters and Sounds, Tricky Words
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  • 3 days ago

    literacy assessment revision in early years class

  • 3 days ago

    phonics

  • 5 days ago

    Whole class tricky words revision in an EYFS class.

  • May 12th

    ks1 intervention

  • Apr 30th

    small group phonics

  • Apr 26th

    small group phonics - word recognition reinforcement

  • Apr 26th

    To use as a small group phonics activity in Reception

  • Apr 25th

    To help with sight word recognition

  • Apr 21st

    To play with my phonics group in EYFS.

  • Apr 21st

    phonics

  • Apr 13th

    phonics

  • Mar 30th

    EAL

  • Mar 24th

    EAL phonic support. Thank you

  • Mar 18th

    my son is in kindy and learning about sight words. this will help immensely.

  • Mar 15th

    Literacy block resource. Thank you :-)

  • Mar 14th

    Helping my daughter with tricky words

  • Mar 9th

    Reading groups resource

  • Mar 6th

    Phonics

  • Mar 4th

    for a EMA ks1 group

  • Feb 18th

    Phonics

  • Feb 11th

    phonics practise

  • Feb 3rd

    Phonics practise

  • Feb 3rd

    phonics

  • Jan 31st

    Reading groups

  • Jan 26th

    phonics

  • Jan 15th

    Phonics

  • Jan 14th

    follow up activity

  • Jan 7th

    A follow up activty

  • Dec 19th, 2014

    My follow-up activities after phonics sessions.

  • Dec 15th, 2014

    Phonics sessions

  • Dec 11th, 2014

    reading with struggling children

  • Dec 5th, 2014

    phonics

  • Sep 4th, 2014

    letters and sounds activities

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Phase 3 Tricky Word Bingo

Phase 3 Tricky Word Bingo - Fun and interactive, bingo is a great way to introduce your children to new topics and reinforce your teaching on current ones. Perfect as a whole-class activity - simply show or call out different cards in turn and have your children cover up the image or word if they have it on their card. The first person to cover everything wins!
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