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Phoneme Fans

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A comprehensive set of phoneme fans covering all of the phonetic alphabet. There are 5 to a page – simply print cut and assemble with a split pin to create a quality phonic teaching resource.

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  1. Letters and sounds resources : EYFS Foundation Stage

    […] set of phoneme fans might also prove useful. It consists of all 50 phonemes and so should prove useful across all […]

  2. Chemenda

    I’m new to this program (Phonics teaching and learning), so I need to gather reliable and usable resources to make and use in my classroom.

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