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Phase 2 High-Frequency Words

About This Primary Resource

The phase 2 high frequency words outlined in the DFES ‘Letters and Sounds’ Publication, conveniently set out in alphabetical order. An essential reference for pupils learning to read and write. Ideal to print out and leave in your mark-making area.

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  1. bethany

    looks good

  2. Letters and sounds resources : EYFS Foundation Stage

    […] ELHQ have developed the following resources specifially for phase 2: what’s in the box cards, bingo cards, dominoe cards, phoneme cards and a poster outlining the phase 2 high frequency words. […]

  3. Stewart McCallum

    Looks good and want try on special needs children.

  4. martha

    looks like a good reference

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