Introduce the phonemes and digraphs of Phase Two with the help of these lovely letter recognition worksheets, packed full of fun pictures for the kids to identify and colour.
Introduce the Phase Two phonemes and digraphs with the help of these simple flash cards, which can also be used with many of our other Phase Two resources. Try matching them up with our Phase Two Phonemes Cards or Tiles, for example.
This set of bordered tiles contains the phonemes and digraphs from Phase Two. There are 3 tiles for each - perfect for sorting and word building.
Here's the full set of letters for Phase Two, in both US and UK fonts, complete with dots on the starting points and arrows for direction. They are a good size for children to handle. Laminate them for repeat use with a dry wipe pen.
These cards are the perfect size for little hands and if you laminate them you can use them over and over again with a dry wipe pen. This set contains all the letters from Phase 2 and comes in UK and US fonts. Start on the dot!
This set (available with UK and US font versions) contains 3 of each of Phase Two's letters and letter combinations, with no border. Print onto card and use them for word building, sorting, or to match with our Phase Two Intitial Sounds cards.
Whether you use these as posters on the wall or put them up on the whiteboard, the kids will love spotting the photos and identifying the beginning and end sounds that they have been learning.
We've picked one illustration for each phoneme and digraph in Phase Two and turned them into these fun A4 posters. They work well as a frieze around the room and are helpful for reminding children of the sound of each letter.
These lovely bright flash cards feature all the phonemes and digraphs from Phase Two, with a cheerful picture to remind the kids about the sound of the letter if they need it. They are designed to be used double-sided. Hold up the phoneme and see if they can make the sound.