Phase 4 High Frequency Word Cards

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Phase 4 High Frequency Word Cards - Tricky word cards, decodable word cards, Letters and Sounds, Phase 4, Phase four, Foundation, Literacy, reading sentences, captions

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  • Learning and reinforcing sight words

    , Oct 14th
  • Creating sentences during the lessons

    , Jun 12th
  • Flash cards can be a really useful resource for pupils with dyslexic-type difficulties who prefer a whole-word reading approach. Print them onto pastel coloured paper to make them even more dyslexia-friendly.

    , Jan 29th
  • phonics lesson

    , Oct 21st
  • Could you put the blank cards all on one sheet at the end of the document to save paper and ink for those who do not want blank cards?

    , Jun 18th
    • Hi missrobb,
      Thanks for your suggestion! I'll ask our resource creators to look into this for you right away!

      , Jun 18th
    • Hi there missrobb, to confirm, we have sent this alteration to you. :)

      , Aug 4th
  • As flashcards in the daily phonics lesson to remind children of these words.

    , Apr 7th
  • Word wall display

    , Feb 4th
Phase 4 High Frequency Word Cards

Phase 4 High Frequency Word Cards - A set of useful word cards, featuring the tricky and decodable words as specified in Phase 4 of the DfES letters and sounds publication. Great as flashcards or for displays.
This resource is available in Standard, Cursive and Precursive.
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    • Twinkl added Precursive Version on Aug 8th
    • Twinkl added Cursive Version on Aug 4th

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