High Frequency Words Literacy KS1. Links to free to use educational spelling activities to reinforce learning of Engliish high frequency words. Ideal for parents wanting to help their child learn how to spell, or teachers looking for fun ways to use high frequency words in the classroom. Age range 5-7 years, KS1.
Does It Make Sense? Interactive
This game teaches pupils to write sentences that make sense using high frequency words. Use with your interactive whiteboard in the classroom.
High Frequency Words Download
When children are learning to read, the more fluent they become with the more common words, the quicker they can progress. We've been asked to put together some resources for the most common words, and we are building up a collection that I hope you find useful.
High Frequency Words Printable
The phase 2 high frequency words conveniently set out in alphabetical order. An essential reference for pupils learning to read and write. Ideal to print out .
Phase 2 Word Cards Download
These free resources contain all the high frequency words specified in Phase 2 of the Letters and Sounds phonics programme. The cards include decodable high frequency words as well as the tricky words and are available in three different letter styles.
Phase 3 Word Cards Download
Free flashcards with colourful borders which you can download and print. These cards contain all of the high frequency words recommended for Phase 3 of the Letters and Sounds phonics programme. Choose the type style you prefer and click the image to get to the download page.
Popcorn Words Interactive
Pop! Pop! Pop! Memorise dozens of the most common sight words. Serve the monkeys and try to get promoted to manager of the cinema.