Play Makes Sense

Phase 1 phonics activity cards - boost your child's pre-reading and writing skills

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Please note: Play Makes Sense cards will be delivered directly from the supplier. They aim to deliver orders within 14 days but this may be longer during busier periods. Price includes postage; if the Play Makes Sense cards are the only item you order any additional postage costs will be refunded.

The Phase 1 Phonics Activity Cards lay the foundation for future phonics success by developing phonological awareness and enhancing your child's ability to listen to and discern various sounds.

Engage your child in over 40 thoughtfully crafted activities that make learning phonics a breeze. The simplicity of the setups empower you, while the meaningful and captivating phonics games ensure your child is having fun without even realising they are learning.

Dive into the world of Phase 1 Phonics with this comprehensive pack, providing all the necessary tools to get your child engaged with phonics exploration.

Only using items found at home, the Phase 1 activities seamlessly integrate into your daily routine. Explore the full list of equipment for the Phase 1 Phonics Activity Cards here.

Perfect for preschoolers and children in the Early Years Foundation Stage (aged 3-5 years old), the Phase 1 Phonics Activity Cards are an invaluable resource.


  • Foster speaking and listening skills
  • Develop effective communication skills
  • Lay the foundations for future phonics success
Pack Information:

Phase 1 is split into seven aspects:

  • Environmental sounds
  • Instrumental sounds
  • Body percussion
  • Rhythm and rhyme
  • Alliteration
  • Voice sounds
  • Oral blending and segmenting

The pack contains 22 A6 cards:

  • One double-sided phonics information card
  • 21 phonics activity cards

Each activity card features:

  • A main Go activity
  • An extension Grow activity
  • A Grab list of required items
  • A top tip
  • A colour photograph of the activity