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Introducing....Bob and Obb!

Mrs Divall - 19 Mar 2015

This is a great game to practise segmenting and blending individual words at home. 

Find it at: www.phonicsplay.co.uk/PicnicOnPluto.html 

You then click on either phase 2/3/4.  You will know what sounds your child has been practising from the information I provide in the reading records.

Have fun!  

Mrs Divall :)
 


 

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Aashna has been telling me about Bob and Obb all weekend. I thought it was a paid site but know otherwise now. Thanks for giving the details Mrs. divall.
Mrs Malavika Tohani - 19 Mar 2015 - 09:05
It's a simple game but The Bob Burp is very popular :)
Mrs Amy Divall - 19 Mar 2015 - 20:33
hi there Mrs Divall i have now found who Bob and Orb is summer played it a lot tonight and she cant stop laughing at Bob burp lol
Miss debbie martin - 19 Mar 2015 - 22:30
could u please recap what they learnt in maths and phonics wise this week please
Miss debbie martin - 21 Mar 2015 - 13:14
 
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