Phonics and the first steps of reading can at times seem overwhelming. Her are some videos to support our children's developing phonic strategies and help them work with the words that do not follow the rules (Common Exception Words/Tricky Words)
Learn how to pronounce all 44 phonics sounds, or phonemes, used in the English language with these helpful examples.
How letter sounds can be blended to read words, and gives tips on how to practise phonics with your child.
Get a definition of phonics and understand the key aspects of learning to read using phonics. Learn more about key terms such as 'phonemes' and 'blending'.
Example of how we teach Tricky Words and Common Exception words in KS1.
In this video, we will understand why words sound different from each other.
Join Miss Laycock for a Year 2 Phonics session which goes through the spellings of the week.
Syllables really help us as we develop in our sounding and blending!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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