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Large Phoneme / Grapheme Phonics Display Banner

Large Phoneme / Grapheme Phonics Display Banner

About This Primary Resource

A large display banner showing the phonemes and graphemes covered in the DFES Letters and Sounds programme. It is ideal to use as a reference point / classroom display when teaching phonics. It is made up of 3 A4 pages which can be printed out and displayed together to form a large phonics banner.

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  1. Susie Lockett

    Very interesting!

  2. van

    Thank you or these amazing resources.
    God Bless you

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