T is for Tiger! Children place the letter on the sheet, then using half circles for the rest of the tiger's features aside from the triangle nose. Pupils and whiskers are drawn on by the children too. Some chose to add stripes too.
An example of a cute craft activity that can be used in conjunction with Jolly Phonics instruction. On my last prac we would spend art time creating a letter to represent the sound we were learning about that week.
Stickers on the dice all have a b or a d -- great activity to force kids to attend to letter shape when reading b/d and writing/tracing b/d Could do with spelling words for bigger kids. Number the dice and number the words.