Choose the 'alphabet' activity and click Start. Just a basic set of alphabet cards to drag around and make words with. You would be much better off using SMART Notebook or similar whiteboard software to make a more focused set of letters, say CVC.
There is a great order the guests names for the party and a matching the letters to shapes game.
Simple attractive drag-and-drop game where a list of words must be placed in the correct alphabetical order. Could be used by individual pupils.
Cheerful and professional alphabetical order game where there is plenty of reinforcement of the alphabet before children have to remember what comes where.
The whole alphabet, A-Z, with animated handwriting and examples of (say) a quilt for letter Q. Good for the interactive white board. Nice - but limited. Handy quick way of visualising letter formation.
Unusual game where the players have to click on the letters missing from the alphabet sequence. Not bad at all - give it a go.
This activity does what it says on the tin. Just don't expect glitz and glamour. Anyway, it could just be what you're after.
Uses drop-down menus in text for children to answer questions like 'what comes first? bath, bed, boat, barometer'. Simple task for homework or early finishers.
Great song, professionally performed by the British Council... your children can sing along and then do some handy printouts if you like that sort of thing. Definitely a whole-class, volume turned right up experience.
A free reading website for emerging readers with games that are ideal for the interactive whiteboard. Activities also include; Alphabetical Order Capital Letter Game (beginner), Double Consonants (ff, ss, bl, br, cl, cr, ck, ng), The Full Stop Game (beginner), Long Vowel Phonemes (a-e, aw, ay, ea, ee), Long Vowel Phonemes (er, ew, i-e, igh, ir), Long Vowel Phonemes (oa, oi, oo, or, ou), Long Vowel Phonemes (ow, ow, oy, y), Long Vowel Phonemes (boot, feet, rain, boat, eat), Long Vowel Phonemes (a-e / ay, aw / or, ee / ea, er / ir, ew / oo), Long Vowel Phonemes (i-e / igh, igh / y, oa / ow, oi / oy, ou / ow)m
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