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Electronic Phonics is new to Hope Education for 2020. Once you’ve got it in your classroom, you’ll wonder how you ever managed without it.
The electronic device gives pupils the ability to learn phonics independently with fun phonics games and activities.
The device can be loaded up with a series of digraph, trigraph and letter tiles to spell out fully blended words.
Impressively, the word bank includes over 800 words for pupils to discover, helping them to get excited about learning to read with greater fluency.
Electronic Phonics is great for independent learning – children can experiment with graphemes and hear how they are blended.
It caters for all abilities with different levels of difficulty to ensure children are practising words which match their level of learning.
Pupils can experiment with different blended versions and learn individually or as part of a group.
For your chance to win, simply fill out the short form below before 5pm on 20 November 2020. The winner will be notified within 21 days.
For more information visit hope-education.co.uk.