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Teacher to Teacher brings you insights from the classroom in our blog, free Synthetic Phonics resources and a pronounce the phonemes resource.


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The Year of the Goat has arrived! To celebrate Chinese New Year, we’ve created a zodiac themed board game for Reception students who are beginning Phase 3. Reinforce camera words and practice decoding skills with this simple and easy to use resource. Set up: Divide your class into groups of four Print and laminate one […]

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Another holiday is upon us, full of giggles and yells of “KISS CHASE!”. So, in the spirit of love, we’re handing out yet another free resource! It’s time to brighten up your classroom with this super sweet phoneme love heart bunting. We’ve included all of the graphemes from each unit of Phase 3. One phoneme […]

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Here at Get Reading Right, we love December! The only thing as exciting as learning to read, is Christmas! Instructions and Link: Our Colour by Phoneme worksheet is designed to help children practise their decoding and grapheme recognition skills. Simply print the Colour by Phoneme worksheet, photocopy one per child, and you’re one phonics rotation […]

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As teachers we are sure that you are all too familiar with these types of parent comments: “Why has Jessie brought home this ridiculously hard book? You know she struggled through the whole book!” or… “Please put my child up a reading level because this book is far too easy.” and… “The pictures in this […]

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Reinforce your students’ grapheme recognition with this free, quirky Halloween resource! Instructions: Print Grapheme Spider Web Template Photocopy one spider web and fly word page per child Give each child one spider web and one fly word page NOTE: You will need to give each child a pair of scissors and a glue stick to […]

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