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Phase 3 “What’s in the Box” Cards

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A set of 60 picture cards with their corresponding word cards. Ideal to use as part of the phase 3 'what's in the box' activity as outlined on page 85 of the DFES 'Letters and Sounds' publication.

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  1. Letters and sounds resources : EYFS Foundation Stage

    […] offerings for phase 3 are very similar to those availble for phase 2: what’s in the box cards, bingo and dominoe cards, phoneme cards, phoneme mat and a poster featuring the phase 3 high […]

  2. Paula Rutherford

    Brill resource

  3. debnar

    useful resources

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