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Welsh Alphabet

Welsh alphabet

About This Primary Resource

Decorative Welsh alphabet (Yr Wyddor Gymraeg). Each object is shown in the context of things that might be found on the grass. This makes it attractive to look at and creates many opportunities for sustained shared thinking and unique story telling. The linear design makes it easy for children to touch the letters as they say them and to move along on an alphabet journey. Before you download why not check out this activity idea by Alistair Bryce-Clegg: Creating an alphabet with impact

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  1. Eirian

    Many thanks for wonderful resources!!

  2. Fiona

    Wow! What fantastic resources that are so easy to use – you saved me such alot of time, allowing me to enjoy the rest of half term.

  3. Sian

    Diolch!

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