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Phase 1: Initial Sound Cards

Initial Sound Cards

About This Primary Resource

A collection of picture cards featuring easily recognisable images of things beginning with each letter of the alphabet. These cards are ideal for helping children to understand the initial sounds of words and can act as a useful reference point.

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  1. Sophie Berry

    Fantastic resource.

  2. olivia

    I really like this stuff. It is very useful.

  3. slcooper

    looks great

  4. Naima Omar


  5. Raeshel hutchinson

    I’m new to working in preschool and will find these helpful for planning

  6. Karen

    Thank you for sharing this resource!

  7. Rachel


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