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Phase 3: Picture and Caption Matching Cards

Phase 3: Picture and Caption Matching Cards

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A set of 20 cards featuring a variety of key phrases and images from Phase 3 of the Letters and Sounds Programme. The words and images are on separate cards, so can be cut out and used as part of a matching game to help children understand the high frequency words in Phase 2 and use them correctly.

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  1. Mary

    This is a great resource!

  2. jessie

    great

  3. mae

    great resoruces

  4. Simone

    just what I needed!

  5. Jenna

    Great!

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