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Letters and Sounds Phase 5 Planning Guidance

Letters and Sounds Phase 5 Planning Guidance

About This Primary Resource

This is a comprehensive list of ideas and suggestions for teaching Phase 5 of the DFES Letters and Sounds Programme. It is a fantastic starting point which you can add to and customise. It includes lots of examples of websites with free letters and sounds interactive games and printable resources as well as some general advice and guidance. It is also useful as a general synthetic phonics scheme of work – even if you’re not following the letters and sounds programme.

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  1. Hannah

    So valuable to share good practice.

  2. Sikes

    A fantastic site and fabulous resources ! Thank you ?

  3. Sasha

    Phase 5 planning

  4. G Cole

    I’m looking for teaching ideas

  5. jl yellow

    Good resources

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