Here is an example of how children blend phonemes together to read words. Teachers will encourage children to recognise Common Exception Words (like I), sound out any unknown decodable words and blend those phonemes together.
This is an example of how children will segment the phonemes in words to spell. Teachers will encourage children to say the word slowly and then identify each individual phoneme, using phoneme fingers to count them. Then they can write each individual phoneme down and then use their blending skills to check their answer.
Introduction to Phonics - A leaflet explaining each level of phonics.
Twinkl Phonics Youtube ChannelHere you will find videos with information about Twinkl Phonics, all the phonemes taught and their accompanying actions.Children have been taught Level 2 and Level 3 in Reception. We have completed Level 4 in Year One and are now working on Level 5.
All of Year 1:Tuesdays
Sun + Mars: Fridays
White T-shirt and blue shorts
Children can wear jogging bottoms and a hoodie if it is cold.
You can find our long term overview here:
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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