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Phonics

Each day explore a new sound

  • Learn the sound
  • 'Fred Talk' words with the sound for children to blend
  • Recognise the sound from a selection they already know, while identifying those sounds too
  • Read words with the new sound, then a few words with known sounds  
  • Write words with the new sound, then a few words with known sounds
  • Read 'alien' words - made up words using the new sound

Phonics Sound Chart

Practise the alphabet sounds first before reading the 'special friends' where two, or three, letters make one sound.
Red Words
Once children are familiar with the set 1 sounds and are beginning to blend to sounds to read words, red words are introduced.  These are also known as common exception words and cannot be learned phonetically.  Therefore, children have to simply recognise these words on sight.  It is helpful for children to be able to read these words to aid fluency when reading but also really supports children's learning when they begin to write short phrases and sentences.

go

 

we

I

 

her

she

you

 

do

the

 

he

me

 

 

your

no

 

so

 

to

said

 

be

saw

 

one

 

are

 

 

was

my

 

 

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