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Vowel sounds chart

Vowel sounds chart

OVERVIEW Vowel sounds can be long or short. Long vowels can be made with a single letter or a digraph (two letters making one sound). The sound of a in...

Phonics instruction phase three: more phonics

Phonics instruction phase three: more phonics

In Phase Three (typically the end of Kindergarten/Reception), children learn the remaining 25 phonemes. These phonemes are more difficult and/or less frequently used. Some of these 25 phonemes correspond to...

Phonics instruction phase two: phonics

Phonics instruction phase two: phonics

In Phase Two (typically in Kindergarten/Reception), children start to learn the sounds (phonemes) that letters (graphemes) make. There are 44 sounds (phonemes). Some of these sounds correspond to more than...

What is phonemic awareness?

What is phonemic awareness?

Phonemic awareness refers to the specific ability to focus on and manipulate individual sounds (phonemes) in spoken words.Phonemic awareness is the most advanced level of phonological awareness. It refers to...

What is a phoneme?

What is a phoneme?

A phoneme is the smallest unit of sound. A phoneme is the sound associated with a letter or group of letters. Each different sound in a word is a phoneme....

Verbs in a sentence

Verbs in a sentence

OVERVIEW A verb is all about doing or being. Often, they are action words like sit and laugh.Download our Verbs in a sentence activity below.Read through the sentences and circle the verbs....