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Letters & Sounds Phase 3

A collection of resources to help with the teaching of phase 3 of the DFES Letters and Sounds teaching programme. Includes a variety of phoneme related teaching cards and games. Please visit our phonics lesson plan section if you are looking for lesson plans / teaching ideas related to the letters and sounds programme.

Phase three focuses on teaching “another 25 graphemes, most of them comprising two letters (e.g. oa), so the children can represent each of about 42 phonemes by a grapheme” (DFES Letters and Sounds Document).



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Letters and Sounds Introduction & Guidance

Phase-2-3-5-wall-chart

Letters and Sounds Phase 2, 3 & 5 Wall Chart

Phase 3 planning

Letters and Sounds Phase 3 Planning Guidance

Phase 3 “What’s in the Box” Cards

Phase 3 Bingo

Phase 3 Dominoes

Phase 3 High-Frequency Words

Phase 3 Phoneme Cards

Phase 3 Phoneme Cards (no words)

Phase 3 Phoneme Mat

Phase 3: Caption and Image Card

Phase 3: Caption Sentence Cards

Phase 3 certificate

Phase 3: Certificate


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