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Phase 4 phonics Connect 4 game

Phase 4 phonics Connect 4 (Phase 4 phonics)

This game is a bit like Connect 4, but with words. All the words in this game include the adjacent consonants nt and lt.
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Homographs explained worksheet

Homographs explained (Phase 5 phonics)

Cut out these homographs. Can you think of two different meanings for each word? Now have a go at writing your own sentences using these homographs
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Decoding the ‘ou’ grapheme worksheet

Decoding the ‘ou’ grapheme (Phase 5 phonics)

In these sentences there are examples of different pronunciations of the same ‘ou’ grapheme. Using different-colour highlighters, read each sentence and highlight the different sounds represented by ‘ou’.
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Decoding the ‘c’ and ‘ea’ graphemes worksheet

Decoding the ‘c’ and ‘ea’ graphemes (Phase 5 phonics)

Here are some pictures. Can you work out which is the correct spelling next to each picture and tick it?
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Decoding graphemes: ‘ow’, ‘y’ and ‘i’ worksheet

Decoding graphemes: ‘ow’, ‘y’ and ‘i’ (Phase 5 phonics)

In these sentences there are examples of different pronunciations of the same grapheme. Using different-colour pencils, read the sentence and highlight the different ones.
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Decoding graphemes: ‘o’, ‘ie’ and ‘ch’ worksheet

Decoding graphemes: ‘o’, ‘ie’ and ‘ch’ (Phase 5 phonics)

In these sentences there are examples of different pronunciations of the same grapheme. Using different-colour pencils, read the sentence and highlight the different ones.
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Consonant clusters pairs game

Consonant clusters pairs game (Phase 4 phonics)

These words all have consonant clusters in them. Cut them up, mix them up and put them face down on the table to play pairs.
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CCVC words revision worksheet

CCVC words revision (Phase 4 phonics)

Cut out all the words and put them face down on the table. Play pairs with a partner and take it in turn to lift two cards and read them. If they are the same word, keep them as a pair.
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Building CCVCC words with a frame worksheet

Building CCVCC words with a frame (Phase 4 phonics)

Shall we play a game of CVCC word construction? Print the letter sheet out three times. Cut out the cards; organise them in three piles, letters face down. Pick up one from each pile and put them in the right place on the phoneme frame according to the number that is on the card. If it makes a real word you get to keep it as a set. If it’s not a real word, the cards go back on the pile in the correct place.
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Adjacent consonants f and t, n and d worksheet

Adjacent consonants f and t, n and d (Phase 4 phonics)

Can you add the adjacent consonants ft or nd to make these into real words?
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Spelling the /oo/ sound: ‘ue’ words worksheet

Spelling the /oo/ sound: ‘ue’ words (Phase 5 phonics)

You need 2 players for this game of word noughts and crosses. Player 1 chooses a square, reads the word then draws a 0 on top. Player 2 then chooses a square and reads a word, drawing a X on top. The winner is the first person to get three in a row across, up, down or diagonally.
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Spelling the /er/ sound: ‘ur’, ‘ir’, or ‘er’?

Spelling the /er/ sound: ‘ur’, ‘ir’, or ‘er’? (Phase 5 phonics)

Can you write each of the /er/ words on this page in the correct spelling book?
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Spelling the /ee/ sound: ‘ie’ worksheet

Spelling the /ee/ sound: ‘ie’ (Phase 5 phonics)

A thief has stolen some of the letters from these words and has dropped them at the bottom of the page. Can you put them back in the right places?
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Yes or no? Reading ‘ear’ words worksheet

Yes or no? Reading ‘ear’ words (Phase 5 phonics)

Read these questions and underline any ‘ear’ words you can hear. Then answer the questions by colouring yes or no.
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Wordsearch: ‘ea’ words

Wordsearch: ‘ea’ words (Phase 5 phonics)

In some words the letters e and a together make a short /e/ sound instead of the usual long /ee/ sound. Read these ‘ea’ words and then fill in the gaps in these sentences. Can you find them in the wordsearch?
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Word memory lotto: the /nk/ sound worksheet

Word memory lotto: the /nk/ sound

This is a game for two players. First, choose your board, then cut out the word cards and place them upside down on the table. To play, Player 1 takes a word card and reads it. If you have a picture of your word on your board you can keep it, if not put it back where you found it. Repeat with Player 2. The player to fill their board first is the winner.
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The /or/ sound: colour the astronaut’s path using ‘au’

The /or/ sound: colour the astronaut’s path using ‘au’ (Phase 5 phonics)

This astronaut has just landed on the moon. Can you read him a path to his flag? Read each word. If it uses the letters ‘au’ to spell the sound /or/, colour it in.
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The /air/ sound: find the ‘ear’ words worksheet

The /air/ sound: find the ‘ear’ words (Phase 5 phonics)

Read these sentences and underline the ‘ear’ words. Now can you find them in the wordsearch?
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Split digraph who’s who worksheet

Split digraph who’s who (Phase 5 phonics)

Look at these words with the split digraph e_e. Can you work out the names of the three children below? Where did they all go on an outing?
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Spelling the /or/ sound: ‘ore’ worksheet

Spelling the /or/ sound: ‘ore’ (Phase 5 phonics)

Can you add ‘ore’ to the end of these sounds in balloons? The read the word. If it is a real word, draw a balloon string to the girl’s hand; if it’s a nonsense word draw a string to the clown’s hand.
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