Primary english teaching resources: Phonics and spelling

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Magic Sounds Phonics Set 14 or (as in horn)

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 14 or (as in horn)

Words with the r-controlled vowel 'or' (as in 'horn')Includes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformPre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

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Magic Sounds Phonics Set 15 air

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 15 air

Words with the r-controlled vowel 'air'Includes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformPre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

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Magic Sounds Phonics Set 16 ir (as in stir)

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 16 ir (as in stir)

Words with the r-controlled vowel 'ir' as in 'stir'Includes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformPre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

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Magic Sounds Phonics Set 17 ou (as in loud)

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 17 ou (as in loud)

Words with the long vowel sound 'ou' as in 'loud'Includes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformPre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

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Magic Sounds Phonics Set 18 oy (as in toy)

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 18 oy (as in toy)

Words with the long vowel sound 'oy' as in 'toy'Includes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformPre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

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Magic Sounds Phonics Set 19 Year 1 Exception Words

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 19 Year 1 Exception Words

Exception words for Year 1Note: Words with a silent-e and the silent-h in 'oh' are indicated with a 'x'Includes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each sound and each spelling (A5 size) with pronunciation guidance using the International Phonetic Alphabet (index is in the Spelling Guide)Sentence Maker: cut out the sounds and words to experiment with arranging them into different sentences and wordsSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words and letters to create words and sentencesWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformException words for the EYFS are here.Word ListohtheirlookedcalledaskedtodaysayshasyourbywhereloveonceaskfriendschoolMrMrsputpushpullfullourhouse

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Phonics Phase 3 Vowel Digraph Interactive Lessons

Phonics Phase 3 Vowel Digraph Interactive Lessons

This bundle contains a selection of interactive lessons aimed at whole class or group phonics. Each lesson takes 15-20 minutes.The powerpoint lessons are split into different sections:- Revision of phase 2 and 3 phonemes in a random order- Introduction to the new sound and opportunity to trace the shape of the sound- Segmenting and blending words- Phoneme counting- Phoneme spotting in sentences- Writing words with vowel digraph sound- Writing a sentence- Revision of common exception words

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Magic Sounds Phonics: Set 20: ff (as in cliff)

Magic Sounds Phonics: Set 20: ff (as in cliff)

Words with the ff sound as in cliffIncludes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformPre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

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Magic Sounds Phonics Set 23 zz (as in jazz)

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 23 zz (as in jazz)

Words with the zz sound as in jazzIncludes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformNote: There aren't many zz words to choose from, therefore a couple of words use spellings children may not yet be familiar with. 'Sizzle' ends like 'little' (which is a Year 1 exception word). Pizza ends with a schwa (an unstressed vowel) but it also sounds good when pronounced with an 'a'!Pre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

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Magic Sounds Phonics Set 22 ss (as in glass)

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 22 ss (as in glass)

Words with the ss sound as in glassIncludes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformPre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

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Magic Sounds Phonics Set 21: ll (as in shell)

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 21: ll (as in shell)

Words with the ll sound as in shellIncludes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformPre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

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Magic Sounds Phonics Set 25 nk (as in think)

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 25 nk (as in think)

Words with the nk sound as in thinkIncludes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformPre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

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Magic Sounds Phonics Set 24 ck (as in kick)

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 24 ck (as in kick)

Words with the ck sound as in kickIncludes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformPre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

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Magic Sounds Phonics Set 26 tch (as in sketch)

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 26 tch (as in sketch)

Words with the tch sound as in sketchIncludes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformPre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

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Magic Sounds Phonics Set 27 stressed er (as in herb)

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 27 stressed er (as in herb)

Words with the stressed er sound as in herbIncludes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformPre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

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Magic Sounds Phonics Set 31 adding -ing to verbs

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 31 adding -ing to verbs

Adding -ing to the end of verbs where no change is needed to the root wordIncludes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformAdd your own words to the Sentence Makers (the powerpoint is editable).Pre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

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Magic Sounds Phonics Set 30 adding -es to the end of words

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 30 adding -es to the end of words

Adding 'es' to the end of words (plural of nouns and the third person singular of verbs)Includes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformAdd your own words to the Sentence Makers (the powerpoint is editable).Pre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

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Magic Sounds Phonics Set 29 adding -S to the end of words

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 29 adding -S to the end of words

Adding 'S' to the end of words (plural of nouns and the third person singular of verbs)Includes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformAdd your own words to the Sentence Makers (the powerpoint is editable).Pre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

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Magic Sounds Phonics Set 28 unstressed er (schwa) (as in under)

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 28 unstressed er (schwa) (as in under)

Words with the unstressed er (schwa) sound as in underIncludes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformPre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

By MagicSounds

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 32 adding -ed to verbs

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 32 adding -ed to verbs

Adding -ed to the end of verbs where no change is needed to the root wordIncludes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformAdd your own words to the Sentence Makers (the powerpoint is editable).Pre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

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Magic Sounds Phonics Set 33 adding -er to verbs

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 33 adding -er to verbs

Adding -er to the end of verbs where no change is needed to the root wordIncludes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformAdd your own words to the Sentence Makers (the powerpoint is editable).Pre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

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Magic Sounds Phonics Set 34 adding -er to adjectives

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 34 adding -er to adjectives

Adding -er to the end of adjectives where no change is needed to the root wordIncludes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformAdd your own words to the Sentence Makers (the powerpoint is editable).Pre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

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Magic Sounds Phonics Set 37 words with k (as in keep)

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 37 words with k (as in keep)

Words with 'k' as in 'keep' making the /k/ soundIncludes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformAdd your own words to the Sentence Makers (the powerpoint is editable).Pre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

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Magic Sounds Phonics Set 35 adding -est to adjectives

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 35 adding -est to adjectives

Adding -est to the end of adjectives where no change is needed to the root wordIncludes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformAdd your own words to the Sentence Makers (the powerpoint is editable).Pre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

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Magic Sounds Phonics Set 36 words ending with -y (as in belly)

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 36 words ending with -y (as in belly)

Words ending with -y as in belly and funnyIncludes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformAdd your own words to the Sentence Makers (the powerpoint is editable).Pre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

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Magic Sounds Phonics Set 38 words with oi (as in coin)

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 38 words with oi (as in coin)

Words with the vowel digraph 'oi' as in 'coin'Includes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformAdd your own words to the Sentence Makers (the powerpoint is editable).Pre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

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Magic Sounds Phonics Set 39 words with ai (as in brain)

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 39 words with ai (as in brain)

Words with the vowel digraph 'ai' as in 'brain'Includes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformAdd your own words to the Sentence Makers (the powerpoint is editable).Pre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

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Magic Sounds Phonics Set 41 words with ea (as in weak)

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 41 words with ea (as in weak)

Words with the vowel digraph 'ea' as in 'weak'Includes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformAdd your own words to the Sentence Makers (the powerpoint is editable).Pre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

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Magic Sounds Phonics Set 40 words with a_e (as in lane)

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 40 words with a_e (as in lane)

Words with the vowel split digraph 'a_e' as in 'lane'Includes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformAdd your own words to the Sentence Makers (the powerpoint is editable).Pre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

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