can you make a banana split before you slip up on a banana skin.
read the split digraph words on the ice cream scoops
Banana Split Digraph
How to play
Each player needs an ice cream boat
Shuffle the cards and place face down in the centre of the
These books follow the teaching of phonic sounds.
i have following the same pattern in each book. sound buttons added to support decoding. Green words from the scheme and simple sentences to develop racing
great for individual use 1-1 work guided
How to play
Each player can have 1 or more cones to collect their ice cream scoops
Shuffle the cards and place face down in the centre of the table.
Take it in turns to turn over. Find the sounds and read the word. If they read
We thad fun sorting dominoes onto a double decker bus!
Spotting doubles- solving the double, reading and writing as as sum.
developing children's mental strategies
i also hid the matching dominoes in the sand tray!
this is a fun game to play to support year 1 phonics screen in UK or simple decoding skills.Hot Dog rules
1. Shuffle the cards and place face down next to the dogs bowl
2. Youngest player to start the game
3. Turn over a card, segment and
These 12 mats contain phonic sounds to spot and practise reading.
or family aw au or
ee family ea ee
ou familiy ow ou
ew family ue ew
oa family ow oa
igh family ie ugh
oy/ay family to ai
ur family er ir ur
We had a lot of fun matching the ed ending with root words.
I cut the penguins in half (following the white part of body!) and playing matching game.. turn all over and turn over to match the top and bottom- memory style game. Kids enjoyed it!
Phonic sorting words activity
spot and high the ay ai a-e family sounds. I use this in my classroom both indoors and outdoors.
once laminated the children can use highlighter pens to spot the sounds and sort. i have hidden in sand tray and around
Place the words jumbles up in a pile face down. Take turns to turn over and read the word. if correct keep the card- if incorrect place back at bottom of the pile. if you get the hot potato all cards go back into the pile- or alternatively a new