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Jolly Phonics resources

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by Ibuzzybea, Jan 27, 2011.

  1. Ibuzzybea

    Ibuzzybea Occasional commenter

    This is a cheeky request for help, do you have any old/ out dated/ not used jolly phonics resources in particular the training video (vhs) or song cd or even a spare dvd? If so would you be willing and able to donate to a kindergarten/ school in The Gambia who have taken on the Jolly Phonics programme with limited support? I would happily pay postage costs. Sorry to be cheeky, thanks in anticipation from the wonderful TES community :)
     
  2. Ibuzzybea

    Ibuzzybea Occasional commenter

    This is a cheeky request for help, do you have any old/ out dated/ not used jolly phonics resources in particular the training video (vhs) or song cd or even a spare dvd? If so would you be willing and able to donate to a kindergarten/ school in The Gambia who have taken on the Jolly Phonics programme with limited support? I would happily pay postage costs. Sorry to be cheeky, thanks in anticipation from the wonderful TES community :)
     
  3. Haven't got a teaching yet so don't have anything spare. But there is a coloured version of this placemat, which I found so helpful in Reception for the children to refer to.
    https://www.tes.co.uk/teaching-resource/Jolly-Phonics-Place-Mat-3007859/
    Just laminated them for the writing table. If I find the coloured placemat I shall link.
    Are you working there in Gambia at the moment?
     
  4. p.s sorry couldn't of been more help
     
  5. mystery10

    mystery10 Occasional commenter

    I still need them at the moment, but in a year or less I will be wanting to dispose of a DVD, a cd-rom with Jolly Phonics interactive games, the seven books that introduce the basic sounds, an A4 book with a songs CD, and a small book with word lists in it. Will they still be wanting things then do you think?

     
  6. I'm sure I've got the JP videos at school and no video to play them on. Will ask my head next week if we can donate them.
     
  7. Ibuzzybea

    Ibuzzybea Occasional commenter

    Oh I do so love TES posters I knew you'd come up trumps or at least respond thank you. No I'm not in Gambia but a friend is supporting curriculum development in a few of schools/ nurseries so I involved. Any resources, any time, will not be too late whenever. All resources online included very welcome. Thank you again Bea
     
  8. http://www.communication4all.co.uk/http/PhonicsWeb.htm
     

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