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Phonics Play Buried Treasure

Buried treasure game in the sand. Read a word coin, if it's a real word it goes in the treasure chest, if it's a nonsense word, it goes in the bin! EYFS


A free resource you can make in seconds (and no laminating)!! Use for playing buried treasure outside using tricky words or the letters and sounds you've been teaching.

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Treasure Hunt Alphabet Activity [From the Mamas

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Search & Find Rice Sensory Bin

After he found all the letters and matched them, I encouraged him to practice with the chopsticks again (since I didn't push with the letters) and find the other treasures buried in the rice. He was excited to see the kitty, penguin, horse, eyeball and more! For this part of the activity, I had placed an ice cube tray next to the bin and hoped he would have a use for it. The idea was to find an object and place it in the ice cube tray using the chopstics! T


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