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Foolproof Phonics Part 2

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Foolproof Phonics Part 2

Digital Product Ages 5-6 Year 1
Regular price £7.99
Sale price £7.99 Regular price £14.95
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Divided into five sections containing 48 phoneme-grapheme correspondences, arranged in order of difficulty
Features learning pages, activity pages, and QR codes to hear how phonemes (sounds) are pronounced
Research-backed and aligned to the National Curriculum
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Foolproof Phonics Part 2 is the step-by-step programme for Year 1 to learn phonics the right way. Available for instant download after purchase, this printable activity pack features 113 pages of curriculum-aligned content and covers 48 more phoneme-grapheme correspondences (following from Foolproof Phonics Part 1) including digraphs and trigraphs. It also includes unique audio support to help guide correct pronunciation.
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There's nothing more peaceful than a silent letter.

I've never related to a consonant digraph so much in my life. The g in gnaw, the k in knight, the b in comb... I hope to be just as silent and meditative when I grow up.

Phonics, made Foolproof!

Designed with literacy experts and follows the school curriculum. Foolproof Phonics is a step-by-step programme that takes kids through the different levels of phonics learning and the terms they need to know, exactly the way they do it in school. It includes unique audio support with recordings to enhance word-learning!

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Divided into five easy-to-follow levels that follow the National Curriculum Letters and Sounds programme.

In Levels 6 and 7, children learn:

• Vowel digraphs such as ay, ea, and oy.

• ‘Magic e’, a split digraph in which the presence of the letter e makes the previous vowel longer, as in shake and bite