These cute SATPIN clip cards are a lovely way to help practice and develop those phonics skills. There’s 4 cards for each letter – s, a, t, p, i and
Here you can explore our collection of phonics printables and games to help your little learners take their first steps towards being able to read.
You’ll find phonics worksheets, games and other printable activities, which cover everything from letter recognition, learning the letter sounds and CVC words and digraphs – perfect for preschool and kindergarten.
The activities are designed to be cute, colorful, fun and engaging.
These fun phonics activities have been created to help your children learn their letter sounds and improve their sounding out and blending skills – so why not download and print some off today and set them on the path to becoming reading superstars?
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Here’s another preschool dinosaur activity to help your children to learn to read. This one’s a cute dinosaur letter matching game that you can use to help them to
Here’s another activity to help your children to learn to read. This one’s a cute penguin alphabet matching game printable that you can use to help them to recognize
Want to start teaching your kids phonics at home? Well here’s a cute and colorful set of beginning sounds flash cards you can use to help get them started.
Continuing with the St. Patrick’s Day series of printables – here is a St. Patrick’s Day CVC words game. Your little ones will be able to use it to
These cute SATPIN clip cards are a lovely way to help practice and develop those phonics skills. There’s 4 cards for each letter – s,
What Skills Can Your Little Ones Learn And Develop? This number tracing printable is designed to help your children practice and develop their prewriting skills,
Here’s an awesome printable octopus puzzle for your little learners to practice their cutting and sticking skills with. This cut and paste activity is easy
Stomp, stomp, stomp.. what’s that coming over the hill? Is it a monster? Oh no it’s just a super cute elephant that your little learners