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Synthetic Phonics

A collection of early years / primary resources to help with the teaching of synthetic phonics (many of which can be used to supplement the Jolly Phonics programme). Please note if you are looking for teaching ideas and help planning lessons we have an extensive range of  phonics/letters and sounds planning documents.

This section contains a variety of resources relating to phases 1-6 of the DfES Letters and Sounds programme, but for the full, comprehensive list please see the literacy section.


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Phoneme / Grapheme Cards

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Phoneme / Grapheme Labels With Pictures

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Phoneme / Grapheme Picture Flash Cards

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Phoneme / Grapheme Snap Cards

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Phoneme / Grapheme Sorting Cards

Phoneme Fans

Phonology flash cards

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