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Phase 2: 1-3 GPC Loop Cards

Phase 2: 1-3 GPC Loop Cards

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A collection of 8 cards featuring words using sets 1 to 3 GPCs (grapheme/phoneme correspondences), as featured in Phase 2 of the Department of Education’s Letters and Sounds programme. Similar to a game of dominoes, these cards are set out in a loop formation so the children must put each image and word together correctly to finish the sequence.

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  1. Sara

    My daughter Lorren is downs with global learning difficulties the more input I can give her the more she will learn

  2. Amal El Shafei

    I’m interrested teaching my grandson 3 years old your way to learn

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