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This engaging activity is great for subitising and learning the second set of jolly phonics sounds at the same time! Students roll a six sided dice and cross the letter which corresponds with the number on the table. First player to cross off all their sounds wins!

This engaging activity is great for subitising and learning the second set of jolly phonics sounds at the same time! Students roll a six sided dice and cross the letter which corresponds with the number on the table. First player to cross off all their

A fun and unique way for students to remember the jolly phonics sound and action taught that day! All 40 jolly phonics sounds are incluided and ar...

A fun and unique way for students to remember the jolly phonics sound and action taught that day! All 40 jolly phonics sounds are incluided and ar.

SATPIN phonics board game

susan akins posted A simple printable SATPIN phonics board game. to their -Preschool items- postboard via the Juxtapost bookmarklet.

Jolly Phonics BINGO - A fun way to review the Jolly Phonics actions. 15 game boards and two sets of calling cards (action pictures or letters). Great activity for both small group or whole class!

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Phonics songs for the smartboard on smart exchange--jolly songs

Phonics songs for the smartboard on smart exchange--jolly songs. Music is a good way to communicate with the students. Also gets them engaged and sometimes active.

Roll, Read and Color a Word Family Word! - S. Little comments: I'll make similar sheets with non-sense CVC words that match the Jolly Phonics letters we've learned.  As the year progresses, these could be made more challenging by using CCVC words.

Roll, Read and Colour a Word Family Word - from S. Little - I'll make similar sheets with non-sense CVC words that match the Jolly Phonics letters we've learned. As the year progresses, these could be made more challenging by using CCVC words.