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You can download the material used in the literacy workshops by following the links below:

Some useful web resources:
www.free-phonics-worksheets.com

Worksheets for:

  • Consonant and vowel recognition
  • Initial consonant sounds
  • Beginning and end blends
  • Consonant diagraphs
  • Silent letters
  • Long vowel sounds
  • Phase 3 and 5 sounds

www.firstschoolyears.com
A good selection of resources including worksheets and some interactive games covering:

  • Phase 3 and 5 sounds
  • Phase 6 work such as prefixes and suffixes, plurals and tense worksheets
  • Extensive list of long vowel worksheets and games such as hangman

www.primaryresources.co.uk
Under word level section of literacy, a good selection of worksheets and powerpoints covering:

  • Early phonics and alphabet work
  • Phase 6 work (plurals, tenses, prefixes/suffixes etc)
  • Some phase 3/4/5/ sounds

www.bbc.co.uk/schools/ks1bitesize/literacy/
A good selection of interactive games focussing on phonics and sentence construction.

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