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High-Frequency Words

A collection of colourful printable resources designed to familiarise children with certain high frequency words as set out in the DFES Letters and Sounds phonics teaching programme. Ideal to use to encourage reading and writing development in the foundation stage (EYFS) and key stage one (KS1).

You may also be interested in our literacy section which contains a comprehensive selection of resources covering Phase 1 – 6 of the Letters and Sounds programme.

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100 High Frequency Words

Editable Autumn Words

Editable Winter Words

Phase 2 High-Frequency Words

Phase 2: High Frequency Bingo

Phase 2: High Frequency Bingo

Phase 2 high frequency word bookmarks

Phase 2: High frequency Bookmark

Phase 3 High-Frequency Words

Phase 3: High frequency bingo

Phase 3: High Frequency Bingo

Phase 3 High Frequency Word Bookmark

Phase 3: High Frequency Word Bookmarks

Phase 4 High-Frequency Words

Phase 4 high frequency bingo

Phase 4: High Frequency Word Bingo

Phase 4 high frequency word bookmarks

Phase 4: High Frequency Word Bookmarks


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