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Phonics Pin 1. Phonics activities that include multiple activities and methods to use to help students learn phonics. One example is pull-out strips to help kids sound out words. As they pull the paper more of the word is revealed for them to sound it out.

Ten pairs of video clips from Mr Thorne, made exclusively for teachers on TES Resources. Demonstrations on how to play a variety of games with pupils.

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Use phonics phones during small group intervention to help students hear the differences between sounds

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Give students box of water balloons with word endings. Have students pick a balloon and bring it up to a letter to see if it makes a word. If it does, students read the word and try and throw the balloon on the letter to pop it. For cooler months, could do a similar thing with bean bags and hoops.