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Easy Phase 1 Phonics activities | alliteration
Need phase 1 phonics activities for alliteration? Wondering how to teach phase 1 phonics or how alliteration activities eyfs help preschool phonics? Tongue twisters are fast early years phonics activities and preschool phonics solutions. If you’re looking for phase 1 phonics activities for parents or phase 1 phonics activity ideas for a nursery phonics lesson, try this preschool phonics videos now! https://youtu.be/m8uHvyezBM0
an apple with the words silly soup in front of it and some other items to make it
Teacher's Pet » Phase 1 Phonics Silly Soup Game
an assortment of items are displayed on a green polka dot background with the words silly soup phonics activity, fun and easy to do
Silly soup phonics activity. 'I'm making lots of silly soup. I'm making soup that's silly. I'm going to cook it in the fridge to make it nice and chilly.' Children add objects whilst saying their initial sound. 'I'm adding something beginning with...' EYFS
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Alliteration Phase 1 Phonics game | EASY ÅND FUN for PRESCHOOLERS
a tray filled with lots of toys and supplies
This week we have started our Phase 2 initial sounds and we’re doing very well! In the tuff spot tray we have to find the ‘s’s in the pasta and we can use the tweezers to help develop our fine motor skills too. #continuousprovision #phonics #firstphonics #earlyyears #eyfs #receptionteacher #importanceofplay #learningthroughplay #teachersofinstagram #foundationstage
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Do They Rhyme? Preschool Rhyming Game
Need rhyming activity ideas for Preschool Phonics? This easy Phase 1 Letters and Sounds Game develops pre-reading skills to add to your preschool rhyming activities. If you’re working on Phase 1 Phonics then this Nursery Phonics Game is for you!
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Phonics - What do Phases Mean? - Busy Busy Learning