Phonics consolidation activities for new readers.
This set includes four weeks of consolidation activities and introduces 60 new words that use phonemes that children learned at the beginning stages of phonics.
It also introduces children to sentences with basic punctuation via the Sentence Line activity.
Each new word includes a symbol and a definition to help prompt discussions about how words can be used in spoken language. Supporting children to develop their spoken vocabulary and grammar in this way helps ensure they can use phonics as an effective reading strategy.
Children can develop their fine motor skills by cutting and pasting letters into words with the Word Maker sheets and they can work with friends to create Word Lines and better understand how letters form words.
Included in this resource:
- Examples of words that can be made using phonemes that have been previously taught
- Discussion prompts about using words in spoken sentences
- Sentence Line activities
- Flashcards with sound symbols
- Word Maker sheets
~~~~ Other Resources ~~~~
Word Wizard Phonics Expected Sets: Introducing consonants, short vowels and some long vowels
Phonics Consolidation 1-6: Extended consolidation for basic phonemes
Phonics Boost Pack 2: initial consolidation activities, ideal for children to use while you update your monitoring & assessment
Phonics Monitoring & Assessment: including individual and class tracking
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