Phonic Desk Strips – Stage 2

Code: DSS2
Year Level: Year 1 & 2
$24.20 (inc. $2.20 GST)

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Early phonics and sight word support for writing.

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:
  • Desk Strips (Pack of 30 strips)

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ISBN : 9781921560576

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