PDF Links This six-phase systematic synthetic phonics programme is designed to help children become fluent readers by the age of seven.
Click on a picture to play the game. Initial Sound Match Games To play these memory games, click a card on the top row to turn over a letter card then click a card on the bottom row to turn over a picture card. If the object in the picture starts with the same sound as the letter, you have found a match.
If not, the cards will turn over so you can have another go. Buried Treasure In this game you can choose which letters you want to work with so it can be used even in the very early stages of Phase 2. Click to get a new coin then sound out the word.
Drag the coin into the treasure chest if it's a real word and into the bin if it's not. This game would work well on an interactive whiteboard and is great for individual play too. Phonics Play Phase 2. The Dragons' Den In this game you have to sort the eggs. Real words belong to the green dragon and made up words go to the red dragon.
Get it right and the dragon will breath fire. Get it wrong and he will only be able to puff smoke. Interactive Bingo When you start the game you will be given the option to print off the PDF bingo cards. There are four games to choose from for Phase 2, each with different sets of letters.
Once you have got the cards printed and probably laminatedyou can play the game with the whole class using an interactive whiteboard. Click the "pull" button and the letters for one of the words will spin into place.
Picnic on Pluto Obb, the yellow alien, likes to eat fake words and Bob, the blue alien, likes to eat real words. Sound out and blend the words, decide whether they're real or fake, then drag them to the correct alien.
Teaching Ideas and printable resources for this game from Phonics Play. Letters and Sounds Phoneme Pop Choose the set of phonemes you want to play with first of all.
One of them will show up in the bottom right of the screen and you will hear its sound. All you have to do is click on the bubbles with the required letter, trying to make sure that they fall into the grey catching zone.
Every 30 seconds you will get a new phoneme to catch.
Pick a Picture This provides practice in sounding out words using all of the letters in Phase 2. Sound out the word then click the matching picture. There are some useful teaching ideas and printable resources to go with this game from Phonics Play. Ladybird Lander In this game from ICT Games you click on the ladybird letters single consonants and short vowels onlythen click on a flower.
The aim is to make words and practise blending. When you have made a word by putting a ladybird on each flower you can click the red buttons to hear the sounds. Recommended Jolly Phonics Resources Printable resources on www.Level 2 Floppy's Phonics Sounds and Letters Books show all the sounds and graphemes from Phase 3 of Letters and Sounds in the context of Oxford Reading Tree scenes, packed with activities for practice and consolidation.
benjaminpohle.com - a huge collection of printables AND online games. Phase One > Clapping sounds Think of words using the letters can hear phonemes in words and sound them out accurately are generally well placed to make a good start in reading and writing. Phase 2 Phonics. Showing top 8 worksheets in the category - Phase 2 Phonics.
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Children can be taught to match the sounds with letters in an orderly and direct way. For example, the letter n matches the /n/ sound in nurse).. Here are some activities to try. Letters and Sounds.
Phonics Bloom. Phonics Bloom create interactive online phonics games to help teach children the relationship between letters and sounds .
Letters and Sounds: Principles and Practice of High Quality Phonics Primary National Strategy Letters and Sounds: Phase Three Summary Children entering Phase Three will know around 19 letters and be able to blend They are for using in the activities – practising blending for reading and segmenting for spelling.
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