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Phase 2: Decodable and Tricky Words

Phase 2: Decodable and Tricky Words

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A set of 32 cards featuring tricky and decodable words from Phase 2 of the Letters and Sounds Programme, ideal for using in your classroom or early years setting to help children master the more difficult high frequency words.

Tricky words contain letters that do not follow the standard phonic rules in terms of the sounds that they represent (for example ‘the’,‘go’ ‘to’).

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  1. Pamela Leavers

    Thank you for such a great resource x

  2. Ann Roberts

    Great resource, thanks!

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