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Letters & Sounds Activity: Distinguish Between Sounds

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A simple activity ideal to use with a small group of children in phase 1 of the Letters and Sounds programme. The purpose of the activity is to help children recognise and distinguish between different sounds.

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  1. annie

    thanks a lot

  2. karen Coates

    very good

  3. chinonye

    Thanks alot. love all ideas.

  4. vikki

    Well done on an interesting site. Thank you for all the hard work you do to ensure the effective learning and teaching of kids. God bless Vikki

  5. Adriana Salas

    do You have any activities in Spanish?

  6. Peter

    Hi Adriana, I’m afraid we don’t. Sorry about this.

  7. Adriana Salas

    Activities in Spanish!

  8. Lynn Lavender

    Interested in nursery literacy

  9. Rebecca stewart

    I am interested in enhancing the way we offer these learning opportunities in this area for preschool age children

  10. Roselyne

    Love it

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