Foundations for phonics - pack 5
The HfL Early Years team have created further resources as part of the Foundations for Phonics product range. These resources continue to develop children’s skills in early auditory awareness and discrimination and develop skills through the acknowledged phonic phases. The activities in the resource packs will enable practitioners, and parents, to fully support early auditory skill development and phonic awareness in exciting, interactive and engaging ways.
All of the activity cards, across the product range, are in an ‘easy to use’ format that contains all the information you will need to structure and organise an active and fun session. All cards include an image to help practitioners to visualise the resources required for each activity. Clear instructions are provided to enable practitioners to deliver the activities including ideas for extending learning further.
The activities can be undertaken in settings or in the home using readily available resources to encourage young children to fully participate in fun activities to support their learning.
This is a digital download product. The activity cards can be printed and laminated for use by practitioners.
Each pack contains 6 activity cards to support early communication skills plus instructions and guidance pages.
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