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Phonic sounds we use in class

Practice these as often as possible so that your child becomes really familiar with them, say the sound, then the rhyme, then the sound again.

 

Phonic single sounds SFA.mp4

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Phonic Digraphs

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Once your child knows all the single sounds, and can write them when you say the sound. Move onto learning these digraph sounds. A digraph is two letters that make one sound.

First 100 High Frequency Word List - work on 10 at a time, write them down on bits of card to make into flashcards, practice daily. Your child needs to be able to recognise these words immediately by sight not by sounding them out.

Next 200 High Frequency Word List - Learn these after your child knows the first 100

Handwriting Pre- cursive script. Print out pages or download

Jolly Phonics Letter Sounds (British English)

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HIGH FREQUENCY & TRICKY WORD LISTS FOR SIGHT READING

 

The best way to help your children learn these is to write them down on bits of card to make a flashcard and then practise showing them everyday until your child recognises them. Start with 5 adding 5 more new words each week or go at your child's pace.

Play games with the cards like hide and seek  - hide the cards round the room - your child finds one then

reads it to you before they win the point 

High Frequency Word Lists

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