KS1 Dictation Passages 100 High Frequency Words Guide

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KS1 Dictation Passages 100 High Frequency Words Guide
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  • brilliant for regular dictation sessions with year 1.

    , Jan 14th
This teacher's guide contains dictation passages to test the children's spelling of the first 100 high frequency words from letters and sounds. The four separate passages include sentences with the high frequency words from phase 2, phase 3, phase 4 and phase 5.


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