Join our email newsletter to receive free updates! The Phonics Pack If you’re looking for phonics resources for your children, download our handy collection of printable activity and display materials! Outdoor Phonics – Teaching Ideas Support your children’s phonics skills with these teaching phonics outdoor learning activities. Missing Words Can your children identify the pictures shown and write the missing words in the spaces provided?
Picture Recognition – c, ck and k sounds Can your children recognise the words in these images? All words include the C, CK or K sounds. These free printables could be used for matching, sorting and other classroom activities. Phonics Picture Matching Help your children to match words and pictures with this free worksheet from Fonics. Digraph Detectives – WH Play Digraph Detectives with your pupils! Challenge your children to hunt for the ‘wh’ sound on this free printable worksheet. Make a Letter A physical activity which is useful for reinforcing phonics too!
Recognising Sounds A quick game to encourage children to recognise the sounds used at the start of words. Phonic Clouds An activity to enhance phonics skills, containing instructions and an example. Phonics Worksheets A set of 8 phonic worksheets for children to practise sounds like kn, mb, igh, ild, etc. Alphabet Bear Charlie An excellent activity involving phonics reinforcement and cuddly teddy bears! Learning Letters A fun way of learning the different letters of the alphabet.
Learning Phonics with Fun Learn about phonics using this simple and enjoyable classroom game. Teaching Phonics If you are interested in teaching phonics to your child, or just want to find out more about this method of teaching reading, then read on. Our writing is a code in which our speech is broken down into individual sounds and represented by letters. When teaching your child to read using phonics, you are teaching them the correspondence between these letters and the sounds they represent – the sound-spelling relationships – and how to use these relationships to read words. Phonics instruction has been around for more than 200 years and different methods of teaching phonics have developed over the years. A commonly held view nowadays is that the best methods for teaching phonics are explicit and systematic.