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Phase 2: Tricky Words Bookmark

Phase 2: Tricky Words Bookmark

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A set of bookmarks featuring the tricky words found in Phase 2 of the Letters and Sounds Programme. This resource features 5 different book mark designs, including princesses, pirates, robots, rockets and dinosaurs. They are ideal for helping children become more familiar with the more difficult words featured in Phase 2.

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  1. kerryg

    these look great

  2. Sian

    I love the look of these resources. I am a primary Teaching Assistant so they look fab!

  3. dawnwe

    I was wondering if you could please make some editable book marks for tricky words as I teach in Wales and we don’t follow the Phases in Phonics. Thanks

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