Tag Archives: Jolly Phonics

Jolly Phonics and Jolly Grammer resources

It is that time of the year again when I start to think about what new resources I want to buy and I start searching for as many reviews as I find so I can make the best possible decision.  … Continue reading

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Making our own mosaic letters

We have been doing a number of letter activities for our little man lately, he has been loving them and keeps asking me for more.  This time I thought we would combine our letters with some crafts and make our … Continue reading

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Revision of sh, ch, th, wh

I believe in revisiting and revisiting and then revisiting some more what the kids learn at this age.  I think it is really important to make sure that the basic building blocks of their language skills and maths are solid. … Continue reading

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Learning by parking our cars (toy cars)

I have have seen a number of different versions of this on Pinterest so I thought I would give it a go.  I wrote out a number of words that we had recently learnt and some words which Pink gets … Continue reading

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Learning the alphabet

We have been following the Jolly Phonics program where they introduce the kids to the sounds of the letter and only much later teach them the names and the order of the letters in the alphabet. Pink is a fan … Continue reading

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Phonics – sh / th/ ch

I am a big believer is revising what we have done over and over again to make sure there is true understanding.  For me the key is just to make sure that you find fun ways of doing it so … Continue reading

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Reading with sissors and glue

One of Pink’s favourite reading activities is when I give her worksheets where she has to cut out the words and paste them in order to make a sentence.  She does not even realise that she is practicing her reading.  … Continue reading

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