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Phoneme / Grapheme Snap Cards

Phoneme / Grapheme Snap Cards

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A set of illustrated phonics snap cards featuring the phonemes and graphemes included in the DFES Letters and Sounds programme. Simply print out 2 copies of each card, cut them out and use for a game of snap / matching pairs. They are ideal to use to help develop and reinforce phonemic awareness in a fun and engaging way.

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  1. Melanie George

    This will be a perfect literacy centre! Thank you!

  2. Funke Salako

    These are very good resources.

  3. Stephanie Trillo

    My son has apraxia and I read that these types of cards could help us with his poor reading ability.

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