Flip Phonics Resources Page

The Phonics Card game for all ages

Congratulations and thank you for your purchase of our new and exciting phonics card game Flip Phonics! What, you haven’t purchased it? well there is a link below to help you do just thank, and if you need to know more then the information link right next to it is our information page with loads of lovely and hopefully convincing reasons on why you should get your hands on a set or two of these new and innovative phonics cards.

However this page is dedicated to ideas on how to use these cards to play games, assign tasks, use in your teacher or parent toolkit and of course have fun. This is an interactive page, so at the bottom if you have used these and you have some ideas to share please do!!

Ideas, Resources and Activities

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