Phonic Desk Strips – Stage 2 (Downloadable)

Code: DSS2D
Year Level: Year 1 & 2
$2.00 (inc. $0.18 GST)

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The desk strips are attractive resources for use in the school or home to assist children during early spelling and writing efforts providing:

  • Stage 2 phonic concepts: e.g. sh, ch, th, oo, ck, ing, wh, all, qu, ar, oy, oi, ee, ea, e-e and many more …
  • The strip illustrates correct sitting posture and a correct pencil grip reminder
  • Pictures to support alphabet sound recall
Includes:
  • One Phonic Desk Strip in PDF format for print on A3/A4 paper or card.

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