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Phase 1: Rhyming Bingo

About This Primary Resource

A set of bingo cards based around rhyming words featured in Phase 1 of the Letters and Sounds programme. Each child is given a sheet showing three rhyming images, which they must tick off as the teacher calls them out. This resource contains 6 bingo sheets, so more than one sheet can be given out at once if the children are at a high level.

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  1. Jane

    This is great but could do with an additional sheet of the words for the practitioner to use to shout them out

  2. Peter

    Hi Jane, thanks for the suggestion, I will look ion the possibility of adding this to the resource. Peter

  3. lucy

    lovely

  4. nisha

    Good Resource

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