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Alphabet Printables - My Dictionary

  • Printable common words dictionary - ideal for writing reference / spelling / word lists / have-a-go sheets.

  • Based on Initial Letters

  • Includes 2 layouts .....

    • A4 page printing

    • Printing and putting together made easy layout

      NEW EASY PRINT / PUT TOGETHER A5 LAYOUT OPTION.....THANKS FOR SUGGESTION CHRISTINE

      NEW UPDATED WITH MATCHING ALPHABET PICTURES FROM LARGE ALPHABET POSTERS...

 

 
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Printable \"My Dictionary\" NEW EASY PRINT VERSION - ALL TOP PARTS ARE A-K , BOTTOM PARTS ARE L-Z -EASIER TO PRINT / CUT AND COLLATE

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My Dictionary - Suggestions for Use


  • This book is based on the Concept Books layout - HOW TO USE CONCEPT BOOKS

  • This book can be printed as an A4 size as is - no cutting out

    OR

  • Print / cut / arrange into A5 booklets - the easy print option allows for printing / cutting and stapling without having to sort through alphabet.

  • Make up individual books and keep as a reference for writing - after stapling together - use the left hand side blank area for 'have-a-go' pad.

  • Make up an A3 size class 'My Dictionary' - add words to this and refer to it when modelling have-a-go, writing, spelling.

  • Play literacy games with this little book - for example - find a word in your Dictionary which has 5 letters and ends in 's' - find a word which is a 'sport' etc.

  • Children add their own words to their individual dictionaries.

  • Older children could use their dictionaries to make up different word lists - for example - list all the words you can find with 'ea' sound.

 
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