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Phonics Resources Bundle

Phonics resources
Publication type: eBook

Order this amazing resource bundle today to get hold of an amazing collection of ready-to-use games, resources and step-by-step guidance so you can help your child quickly master every phonics skill – without them feeling that it’s too difficult, too confusing or too boring.

Included in the bundle:

  • Teach your child phonics (eBook)
  • Phonics games (PDF pack)

Teach your child phonics is a reference guide and home-teaching kit which will help you understand exactly what phonics skills your child is expected to have mastered by the end of KS1. Download your copy today and you'll discover:

  • The vocabulary/terminology your child is being taught at school, so you can refer to the same concepts at home.
  • An explanation of the methods they use in the classroom so you don’t end up doing more harm than good by trying to teach them in a different way.
  • Why it is so important to support your child's reading at home and how phonics can help them learn to read in a stress-free, enjoyable way.

The Phonics games pack offers 10 games and activities to choose from. Everything you need to start playing, from instructions to game boards and a sound die, is included in your download – print off your bingo counters, sharpen your pencils and have some fun! The Phonics games pack includes the following games:

  • Saying it slow Encourages your child to blend segmented sounds.
  • Tricky word bingo Helps your child identify and read tricky words.
  • Sound snap The fun way to practise vowel vowel digraphs and split digraphs.
  • Sound memory Play with sounds to help your child revise the ones they know well and practise those they find trickier.
  • My very first crossword A grown-up game for newly confident readers and writers!
  • Nonsense names! Help your child use their phonics knowledge to make up wonderful-sounding names.
  • Roll the sound die Using the sounds they have learnt, can your child try spelling some simple words?
  • Matching blends A game to cement your child's understanding of common two-letter blends found at the beginning of words.
  • Lucky dip Can your child write some (real!) words using the lucky dip sound cards?
  • Crazy bingo Nonsense words don't mean anything – but you can still read them using phonics decoding skills! Help your child practise with this game.