Phonics Letter recognition- Children hunt for bugs using the magnifying glass. When they find the bugs they use their magnifying glass to read the small letters. Word formation- The children can also hunt bugs, collecting sounds before forming words w
Phonics- Tricky words- In this activity the children find leaves within leaf piles or pull them from trees. Each leaf has a tricky word for them to read. An alternative way to play this game is to say the word and ask the children to find the correct leaf. This is for sight word recognition. [&helli
In this activity the children use nets to fish out the octopuses and starfish from the water table (or any large container). The game is easily differentiated providing you have enough toys to cover all the tricky words that you need. The game is easily adapted to maths and number recognition.
This is a fun activity that helps children to match up numbers. Attach numbers to the vehicles and ask the children to park them in the right place. This is easily adaptable with phonics too.