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Encourage your child to use these sounds and put them together to make a variety of different words.
This activity will enable your child to recognise the /ea/ sound, which can be represented by a number of different graphemes, and practise reading and writing it.
A matching game to help children identify the initial sound of a word. With your help, they can then sound out the letters in the rest of the word and read the word in full, using the picture as prompt. Excellent confidence booster for beginner readers.
A colouring activity sheet to help your child identify words with the /igh/ sound.
It's so exciting when children start to put sounds together and realise that they can read! Practise some CVC words together with this handy activity sheet and watch their confidence grow.
Help children understand more about vowel digraphs with this practice activity. Children can use their existing knowledge of decoding CVC words to read words that have two vowels but make one sound.
Stretch your child's beginner phonics skills with this rhyming exercise. Find the words that rhyme and write them on the correct lines.
Learning to read is all about phonics these days, so if you don't know your phonemes from your digraphs our phonics learning pack is for you. You'll get a complete overview of how and why phonics is taught, as well as teacher tips to help you make phonics learning part of your child's everyday life and 50 printable games and activities to put the theory into practice.
After learning to read and spell the most common words in Reception and KS1, your child will move on to a longer list of common words including 'brought' and 'thought'. Support their learning at home with our KS2 high frequency words practice flashcards.
During Years 1 and 2 your child will be expected to learn to read and spell high-frequency words as well as the days of the week, months of the year, numbers to twenty and colours. Help them practise at home with our colourful flashcards.