Phonics sound games

Phonics should be fun, fast and varied. Read how to play sound games to improve your pupils’ reading.

Author: Yvonne Dalorto

When children are learning the letter sounds, it can become repetitive and boring just repeating the sound or chant. Children need to play with the letter sounds and understand how to blend and segment letter sounds to read and pronounce words. When children learn in a kinaesthetic and multi-sensorial way, they are more likely to remember how sounds blend together and how diagraphs (and their alternatives) perform. Phonics should be fun, fast and varied.

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Phonics flashcards: Group 1 sounds

Phonics flashcards: Group 1 sounds

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Phonics flashcards: Group 2 sounds

Phonics flashcards: Group 2 sounds

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Phonics flashcards: Group 3 sounds

Phonics flashcards: Group 3 sounds

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Tips for successful phonic teaching

Tips for successful phonic teaching

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