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Jolly Phonics Letter Sound Poster

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Single sheet poster with 42 main letter sounds. Each has an illustration that prompts Jolly Phonics action and sound....
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Jolly Phonics Letter Sound Poster

Code
230599
Single sheet poster with 42 main letter sounds. Each has an illustration that prompts Jolly Phonics action and sound. Made of glossy card. Measures 84 H x 60cm W.
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Manufacturer Jolly Phonics
Age Group Pre-School
Minimum Recommended Age Ages 4yrs+
Material Made of glossy card.
Curriculum Outcome Literacy/English
Height 84 cm
Width 60 cm
Features features items such as Dogs, Chickens, Cows, Horses and so much more. Helping make sense of the world around them, allows children to feel confident and have a strong sense of belonging. Simple to set up, students listen to sounds from the
Includes included CD and place tokens on the images that represent what they hear. Set includes: 12 x picture game cards (14 H x 21.5cm W), 120 x game tokens and 1 x CD.
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