Spelling and Phonics Guide for Teachers and Parents

Spelling and Phonics Guide for Teachers and Parents

An English Guide to Spelling Guidance for teachers, teaching assistants, parents and tutors. This guide will help you understand some of the complexities of English spelling conventions and why it can be so tricky along with lots of practical guidance for stimulating interest and understanding in the teaching of phonics and spelling. Includes a written guide and a 48 slide powerpoint ideal for staff training and inset days. Can also be split into sections and used to introduce phonics techniques to parents. Topics include: - Introduction to phonics and the International Phonetic Alphabet - Characteristics of English - Phonics and Spelling Glossary - History of the Alphabet - History of English Spelling - Consonant Phonemes Chart - Short Vowel Phonemes Chart - Long Vowel Phonemes Chart - R-Controlled Phonemes Chart - Tricky Phonemes Chart - The Schwa - Phonics Pronunciation Guide - Features of English - Flashcard User Guide For phonics and spelling resources see the Magic Sounds phonics scheme.
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Extended Phonics Consolidation Bundle 2

Extended Phonics Consolidation Bundle 2

These extended consolidation resources include phonemes expected to be learned at the Foundation Stage. This bundle includes: Extended 6 Consonant phonemes: b.d.j.l.n.p.r.s.t.x Short vowels: a.e.i.o.u Consonant digraphs: ng.nk.qu.th Extended 7 Consonant phonemes: b.d.f.g.h.k.l.m.n.p.r.s.t.w Short vowel: i Consonant digraph: sh Vowel sounds: ay.ee.igh.ow Extended 8 Consonant phonemes: c.d.f.h.i.k.l.m.n.p.r.s.t.w Short vowels: oo Consonant digraphs: ch.ng Vowel sounds: air.ir.or Extended 9 Consonant phonemes: b.c.d.j.k.l.m.n.p.r.s.t.v Short vowel: e Consonant digraphs: ch.th Vowel sounds: ee.ou.ow.oy Extended 10 Consonant phonemes: b.c.f.k.l.n.p.r.s.t.w Short vowels: a.e.i.o.u Consonant digraphs: ch.ck.sh Vowel sounds: ee.ow.ir Included activities with each set: - flashcards with guidance for sounds - definitions for every word - Slides with guidance for pronunciation - Word Line games: Select a letter and then have a go at organising yourselves into a ‘word line’ - Word Maker: Develop fine motor skills and handwriting by cutting out phonemes and sticking them into place. Then having a go at writing words yourself Note that these are consolidation activities. Resources for the initial teaching of phonics can be found here. The sets roughly correspond to the order of teaching (for example set 1 is mostly focused on phonemes normally introduced during the first 2 weeks) but as they are consolidation activities some words may also include phonemes that will have been introduced at a later stage. A free Phonics Planning Guide for the Foundation Stage is available here.
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My First Story – Sentence Writing Phonics Activity

My First Story – Sentence Writing Phonics Activity

Children can write and illustrate their first story book using phonemes they have recently learned with thhis phonics based activity. Includes: – Detailed guidance and planning for a ten week programme – Slides with moveable words for demonstrating sentence composition – Example sentences and illustrations – Blank story writing sheets for children to write and illustrate each part of the story – Story Line activity sheets: an ‘active learning’ challenge for children to stand up with a word and join with others to form a sentence – Cut out and fold puppets of the main characters (encourage children to make up their own adventures) – Colouring sheets – Display materials Each week children can write a new sentence made up of phonemes they have previously learned (based on the order of popular phonics programmes). Early writing is expected to appropriate to children’s stage of learning in order for progression to be evidenced over the subsequent weeks. The words introduced in each part of the story are designed to consolidate children’s learning of phonemes and to help them understand the relationship between letters, words, sentences and stories. Excellent for developing confidence, encouraging creative writing and drawing. Ideal for demonstrating evidence of progression and a brilliant example of early writing for parents to keep. A free Phonics Planning Guide for the Foundation Stage is available here.
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Phonics Screening: Twisted Nonsense Words Set 2

Phonics Screening: Twisted Nonsense Words Set 2

Suitable for Year 1 and advanced Reception. A different twist on nonsense words (alien words). Help your students develop their decoding skills with these magically twisted nonsense words. Includes a series of nonsense words, for example ‘chort’, ‘dolu’, ‘krasp’, ‘mobro’ (46 different words in total). These are provided on flashcards and can be used as normal alien word activities for developing decoding skills. These words are also provided in a series of sentences and it is possible to ‘untwist’ these words into real words and discover a hidden sentence, providing an additional challenge for more-able students. This set includes: Flashcards with every nonsense word used in the sentences Ten Twisted Words Challenge Sheets with space for children to write their attempts at untwisting the words Editable Powerpoint with every challenge. Use these to demonstrate solutions or for class/group challenges on whiteboards and tablets Answer sheet
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Phonics Screening: Twisted Nonsense Words Set 1

Phonics Screening: Twisted Nonsense Words Set 1

Suitable for Year 1 and advanced Reception. A different twist on nonsense words (alien words). Help your students develop their decoding skills with these magically twisted nonsense words. Includes a series of nonsense words, for example ‘aws’, ‘gowl’, ‘molgo’ (26 different words in total). These are provided on flashcards and can be used as normal alien word activities for developing decoding skills. These words are also provided in a series of sentences and it is possible to ‘untwist’ these words into real words and discover a hidden sentence. This set includes: Flashcards with every nonsense word used in the sentences Ten Twisted Words Challenge Sheets with space for children to write their attempts at untwisting the words Editable Powerpoint with every challenge. Use these to demonstrate solutions or for class/group challenges on whiteboards and tablets Answer sheet
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Phonics Monitoring Assessment Tracking: Expected Phonemes Foundation Stage

Phonics Monitoring Assessment Tracking: Expected Phonemes Foundation Stage

Monitoring & assessment resources for every phoneme in the Expected Sets for the Foundation Stage. Easily identify abilities and gaps. Individual Monitoring Sheet: Monitor progress over time. Use one colour for your initial baseline assessment. Use different colours for subsequent monitoring. Class Tracking Sheet: Use the same colours to provide an overview of progress across the entire class. Read sheets: Use these to quickly identify children’s abilities. Individual phonemes are placed in the context of words so that children can have a go at blending too. Each set uses only phonemes that have been previously learned up to that point to ensure constant consolidation. Magic Write sheets: for children to demonstrate their writing skills Flashcards: Including pronunciation and sound guidance for each phoneme. Use these for more in depth support and to focus on individual phonemes. Guidance: Planning guidance and support for using the sound symbols and pronunciation guides. Additional monitoring and assessment resources are available for Advanced Phonemes and for Exception Words (these are also available as a complete set including this resource). A free Phonics Planning Guide for the Foundation Stage is available here.
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Phonics Monitoring Assessment Tracking: Advanced Phonemes Foundation Stage

Phonics Monitoring Assessment Tracking: Advanced Phonemes Foundation Stage

Monitoring & assessment resources for every phoneme in the Advanced Sets for the Foundation Stage. Easily identify abilities and gaps. (Also suitable for Year 1) Individual Monitoring Sheet: Monitor progress over time. Use one colour for your initial baseline assessment. Use different colours for subsequent monitoring. Class Tracking Sheet: Use the same colours to provide an overview of progress across the entire class. Read sheets: Use these to quickly identify children’s abilities. Individual phonemes are placed in the context of words so that children can have a go at blending too. Each set uses only phonemes that have been previously learned up to that point to ensure constant consolidation. Magic Write sheets: for children to demonstrate their writing skills Flashcards: Including pronunciation and sound guidance for each phoneme. Use these for more in depth support and to focus on individual phonemes. Guidance: Planning guidance and support for using the sound symbols and pronunciation guides. Additional monitoring and assessment resources are available for Expected Phonemes and for Exception Words (these are also available as a complete set including this resource). A free Phonics Planning Guide for the Foundation Stage is available here.
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Year 1 Phonics Revision Books: Vowel Sounds: Set of 4

Year 1 Phonics Revision Books: Vowel Sounds: Set of 4

Set of four phonics workbooks focussed on vowel sounds. Each book includes 45 pages of mixed writing challenges. Book 1: /eɪ/ (ai as in rain, ay as in play) /iː/ (ee as in feed, ea as in heat) Book 2: /aɪ/ (igh as in high, y as in try) /əʊ/ (ow as in slow, oa as in boat) Book 3: /uː/ (oo as in loop, ew as in blew) /ɔɪ/ (oi as in coin, oy as in toy) Book 4: /aʊ/ (ow as in cow, ou as in foul) /əː/ (stressed er as in herb) /ə/ (unstressed er as in over) (also known as the schwa or lazy vowel) Perfect for consolidating learning and revision. 45 pages of activities 1 certificate Activities include: Trace the sound and trace different words with each sound Make a phonic dice and then race to see which word wins Have a go at forming words from the phonemes in the boxes Identify different sounds by using different colours Count the magic stars with each sound and see who has the most Add the correct word to sentences Think of your own words for each sound and write them down See how many words you can find for each sound in a word search Cut out the words and arrange them in the correct columns Draw a picture for each word Includes the Word Wizards and Word Witches with some of their magical friends.
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Phonics Monitoring Assessment Tracking: Exception Words Foundation Stage

Phonics Monitoring Assessment Tracking: Exception Words Foundation Stage

Monitoring & assessment resources for Exception Words and High Frequency words for the Foundation Stage. Easily identify abilities and gaps. Individual Monitoring Sheet: Monitor progress over time. Use one colour for your initial baseline assessment. Use different colours for subsequent monitoring. Class Tracking Sheet: Use the same colours to provide an overview of progress across the entire class. Read sheets: Use these to quickly identify children’s abilities. Magic Write sheets: for children to demonstrate their writing skills Flashcards: Including sound guidance. Use these for more in depth support and to focus on individual phonemes. Guidance: Planning guidance and support for using the sound symbols and pronunciation guides. Additional monitoring and assessment resources are available for Expected Phonemes and for Advanced Phonemes (these are also available as a complete set including this resource). A free Phonics Planning Guide for the Foundation Stage is available here.
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Phonics & Handwriting: Advanced Consolidation for the Foundation Stage

Phonics & Handwriting: Advanced Consolidation for the Foundation Stage

Includes two sets of consolidation activities for the advanced level at the Foundation Stage. Resources for introducing and teaching advanced phonics are available here. Set 1 includes: Vowel sounds: ai.e.ea.oi.oo Consonants: d.f.g.h.j.k.l.m.n.p.r.s.t.v.w Split digraphs: a_e i_e o_e u_e Set 2 includes: Vowel sounds: a.are.aw.ea.ear.er.ew.ire.o.oa.ow.u.ur.ure Consonants: b.d.f.g.h.i.k.l.n.p.r.s.t.x Consonant digraphs digraphs: ch.ff.ll.ss.zz Included activities with each set: flashcards with guidance for sounds definitions for every word slides with guidance for pronunciation Word Line games: Select a letter and then have a go at organising yourselves into a ‘word line’ Word Maker: Develop fine motor skills and handwriting by cutting out phonemes and sticking them into place. Then having a go at writing words yourself. A free Phonics Planning Guide for the Foundation Stage is available here.
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Advanced Phonics Set 8: Trigraphs IRE EAR URE

Advanced Phonics Set 8: Trigraphs IRE EAR URE

ire as in wire ear as in year ure as in pure Advanced phonics suitable for progression from the Expected sets at the Foundation Stage and for Year 1. The Story Wizard phonics scheme gets children writing stories as quickly as possible by helping them understand and enjoy the relationships between spoken sounds and written symbols (magic spells!). Each time a new phoneme is introduced it is placed in the context of words alongside phonemes that have been previously taught to help children quickly make sense of the relationship between letters and words. Features of Story Wizard Phonics: - children are introduced to words and blending from the very beginning - phonemes are introduced progressively and placed into words alongside previously learned phonemes to support ongoing consolidation - the meaning and usage of new words is taught throughout - active learning games to help children understand the relationship between sounds, letters, words and sentences - visual guides for mouth positions - pronunciation guidance on flash cards - writing activities are available in cursive and lowercase print (both are included) Included activities with this set: - sound charts with initial mouth positions - flashcards with guidance for sounds - definitions for every word - Wave Your Wand activities: Make a ‘word wand’ and then wave your wand in shapes that become ‘magic spells’ - Word Line games: Select a letter and then have a go at organising yourselves into a ‘word line’ - Word Maker: Develop fine motor skills and handwriting by cutting out phonemes and sticking them into place. Then having a go at writing words yourself. A [free Phonics Planning Guide for the Foundation Stage is available here](https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/phonics-planning-guide-story-wizard-phonics-11844269).
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Advanced Phonics Set 7: Stressed and Unstressed ER (schwa)

Advanced Phonics Set 7: Stressed and Unstressed ER (schwa)

er as in herb er as in ever (schwa) Advanced phonics suitable for progression from the Expected sets at the Foundation Stage and for Year 1. The Story Wizard phonics scheme gets children writing stories as quickly as possible by helping them understand and enjoy the relationships between spoken sounds and written symbols (magic spells!). Each time a new phoneme is introduced it is placed in the context of words alongside phonemes that have been previously taught to help children quickly make sense of the relationship between letters and words. Features of Story Wizard Phonics: - children are introduced to words and blending from the very beginning - phonemes are introduced progressively and placed into words alongside previously learned phonemes to support ongoing consolidation - the meaning and usage of new words is taught throughout - active learning games to help children understand the relationship between sounds, letters, words and sentences - visual guides for mouth positions - pronunciation guidance on flash cards - writing activities are available in cursive and lowercase print (both are included) Included activities with this set: - sound charts with initial mouth positions - flashcards with guidance for sounds - definitions for every word - Wave Your Wand activities: Make a ‘word wand’ and then wave your wand in shapes that become ‘magic spells’ - Word Line games: Select a letter and then have a go at organising yourselves into a ‘word line’ - Word Maker: Develop fine motor skills and handwriting by cutting out phonemes and sticking them into place. Then having a go at writing words yourself. A [free Phonics Planning Guide for the Foundation Stage is available here](https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/phonics-planning-guide-story-wizard-phonics-11844269).
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Advanced Phonics Set 4: Vowel Sounds EA E OO

Advanced Phonics Set 4: Vowel Sounds EA E OO

ea as in eat e as in he oo as in loop Advanced phonics suitable for progression from the Expected sets at the Foundation Stage and for Year 1. The Story Wizard phonics scheme gets children writing stories as quickly as possible by helping them understand and enjoy the relationships between spoken sounds and written symbols (magic spells!). Each time a new phoneme is introduced it is placed in the context of words alongside phonemes that have been previously taught to help children quickly make sense of the relationship between letters and words. Features of Story Wizard Phonics: - children are introduced to words and blending from the very beginning - phonemes are introduced progressively and placed into words alongside previously learned phonemes to support ongoing consolidation - the meaning and usage of new words is taught throughout - active learning games to help children understand the relationship between sounds, letters, words and sentences - visual guides for mouth positions - pronunciation guidance on flash cards - writing activities are available in cursive and lowercase print (both are included) Included activities with this set: - sound charts with initial mouth positions - flashcards with guidance for sounds - definitions for every word - Wave Your Wand activities: Make a ‘word wand’ and then wave your wand in shapes that become ‘magic spells’ - Word Line games: Select a letter and then have a go at organising yourselves into a ‘word line’ - Word Maker: Develop fine motor skills and handwriting by cutting out phonemes and sticking them into place. Then having a go at writing words yourself. A [free Phonics Planning Guide for the Foundation Stage is available here](https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/phonics-planning-guide-story-wizard-phonics-11844269).
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Advanced Phonics Set 5: Vowel Sounds AW ARE UR

Advanced Phonics Set 5: Vowel Sounds AW ARE UR

aw as in claw are as in dare ur as in turn Advanced phonics suitable for progression from the Expected sets at the Foundation Stage and for Year 1. The Story Wizard phonics scheme gets children writing stories as quickly as possible by helping them understand and enjoy the relationships between spoken sounds and written symbols (magic spells!). Each time a new phoneme is introduced it is placed in the context of words alongside phonemes that have been previously taught to help children quickly make sense of the relationship between letters and words. Features of Story Wizard Phonics: - children are introduced to words and blending from the very beginning - phonemes are introduced progressively and placed into words alongside previously learned phonemes to support ongoing consolidation - the meaning and usage of new words is taught throughout - active learning games to help children understand the relationship between sounds, letters, words and sentences - visual guides for mouth positions - pronunciation guidance on flash cards - writing activities are available in cursive and lowercase print (both are included) Included activities with this set: - sound charts with initial mouth positions - flashcards with guidance for sounds - definitions for every word - Wave Your Wand activities: Make a ‘word wand’ and then wave your wand in shapes that become ‘magic spells’ - Word Line games: Select a letter and then have a go at organising yourselves into a ‘word line’ - Word Maker: Develop fine motor skills and handwriting by cutting out phonemes and sticking them into place. Then having a go at writing words yourself. A [free Phonics Planning Guide for the Foundation Stage is available here](https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/phonics-planning-guide-story-wizard-phonics-11844269).
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Advanced Phonics Set 3: Split Digraphs u_e and a_e

Advanced Phonics Set 3: Split Digraphs u_e and a_e

u_e as in cube a_e as in maze Advanced phonics suitable for progression from the Expected sets at the Foundation Stage and for Year 1. The Story Wizard phonics scheme gets children writing stories as quickly as possible by helping them understand and enjoy the relationships between spoken sounds and written symbols (magic spells!). Each time a new phoneme is introduced it is placed in the context of words alongside phonemes that have been previously taught to help children quickly make sense of the relationship between letters and words. Features of Story Wizard Phonics: - children are introduced to words and blending from the very beginning - phonemes are introduced progressively and placed into words alongside previously learned phonemes to support ongoing consolidation - the meaning and usage of new words is taught throughout - active learning games to help children understand the relationship between sounds, letters, words and sentences - visual guides for mouth positions - pronunciation guidance on flash cards - writing activities are available in cursive and lowercase print (both are included) Included activities with this set: - sound charts with initial mouth positions - flashcards with guidance for sounds - definitions for every word - Split Digraph Wizard - Word Line games: Select a letter and then have a go at organising yourselves into a ‘word line’ - Word Maker: Develop fine motor skills and handwriting by cutting out phonemes and sticking them into place. Then having a go at writing words yourself. A [free Phonics Planning Guide for the Foundation Stage is available here](https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/phonics-planning-guide-story-wizard-phonics-11844269).
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Advanced Phonics Set 1: Vowel Sounds OI AI

Advanced Phonics Set 1: Vowel Sounds OI AI

oi as in coin ai as in gain Advanced phonics suitable for progression from the Expected sets at the Foundation Stage and for Year 1. The Story Wizard phonics scheme gets children writing stories as quickly as possible by helping them understand and enjoy the relationships between spoken sounds and written symbols (magic spells!). Each time a new phoneme is introduced it is placed in the context of words alongside phonemes that have been previously taught to help children quickly make sense of the relationship between letters and words. Features of Story Wizard Phonics: - children are introduced to words and blending from the very beginning - phonemes are introduced progressively and placed into words alongside previously learned phonemes to support ongoing consolidation - the meaning and usage of new words is taught throughout - active learning games to help children understand the relationship between sounds, letters, words and sentences - visual guides for mouth positions - pronunciation guidance on flash cards - writing activities are available in cursive and lowercase print (both are included) Included activities with this set: - sound charts with initial mouth positions - flashcards with guidance for sounds - definitions for every word - Wave Your Wand activities: Make a ‘word wand’ and then wave your wand in shapes that become ‘magic spells’ - Word Line games: Select a letter and then have a go at organising yourselves into a ‘word line’ - Word Maker: Develop fine motor skills and handwriting by cutting out phonemes and sticking them into place. Then having a go at writing words yourself. A [free Phonics Planning Guide for the Foundation Stage is available here](https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/phonics-planning-guide-story-wizard-phonics-11844269).
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Advanced Phonics Set 6: Vowel Sounds OW OA EW

Advanced Phonics Set 6: Vowel Sounds OW OA EW

ow as in down oa as in toad ew as in grew ew as in few Advanced phonics suitable for progression from the Expected sets at the Foundation Stage and for Year 1. The Story Wizard phonics scheme aims to get children writing stories as quickly as possible by helping them understand and enjoy the relationships between spoken sounds and written symbols (magic spells!). Each time a new phoneme is introduced it is placed in the context of words alongside phonemes that have been previously taught to help children quickly make sense of the relationship between letters and words. Features of Story Wizard Phonics: - children are introduced to words and blending from the very beginning - phonemes are introduced progressively and placed into words alongside previously learned phonemes to support ongoing consolidation - the meaning and usage of new words is taught throughout - active learning games to help children understand the relationship between sounds, letters, words and sentences - visual guides for mouth positions - pronunciation guidance on flash cards - writing activities are available in cursive and lowercase print (both are included) Included activities with this set: - sound charts with initial mouth positions - flashcards with guidance for sounds - definitions for every word - Wave Your Wand activities: Make a ‘word wand’ and then wave your wand in shapes that become ‘magic spells’ - Word Line games: Select a letter and then have a go at organising yourselves into a ‘word line’ - Word Maker: Develop fine motor skills and handwriting by cutting out phonemes and sticking them into place. Then having a go at writing words yourself. A [free Phonics Planning Guide for the Foundation Stage is available here](https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/phonics-planning-guide-story-wizard-phonics-11844269).
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Advanced Phonics Set 9: Consonant Digraphs

Advanced Phonics Set 9: Consonant Digraphs

ff as in huff ll as in roll ss as in kiss zz as in buzz Advanced phonics suitable for progression from the Expected sets at the Foundation Stage and for Year 1. The Story Wizard phonics scheme gets children writing stories as quickly as possible by helping them understand and enjoy the relationships between spoken sounds and written symbols (magic spells!). Each time a new phoneme is introduced it is placed in the context of words alongside phonemes that have been previously taught to help children quickly make sense of the relationship between letters and words. Features of Story Wizard Phonics: - children are introduced to words and blending from the very beginning - phonemes are introduced progressively and placed into words alongside previously learned phonemes to support ongoing consolidation - the meaning and usage of new words is taught throughout - active learning games to help children understand the relationship between sounds, letters, words and sentences - visual guides for mouth positions - pronunciation guidance on flash cards - writing activities are available in cursive and lowercase print (both are included) Included activities with this set: - sound charts with initial mouth positions - flashcards with guidance for sounds - definitions for every word - Wave Your Wand activities: Make a ‘word wand’ and then wave your wand in shapes that become ‘magic spells’ - Word Line games: Select a letter and then have a go at organising yourselves into a ‘word line’ - Word Maker: Develop fine motor skills and handwriting by cutting out phonemes and sticking them into place. Then having a go at writing words yourself. A [free Phonics Planning Guide for the Foundation Stage is available here](https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/phonics-planning-guide-story-wizard-phonics-11844269).
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Advanced Phonics Set 2: Split Digraphs i_e and o_e

Advanced Phonics Set 2: Split Digraphs i_e and o_e

i_e as in pike o_e as in hope Advanced phonics suitable for progression from the Expected sets at the Foundation Stage and for Year 1. The Story Wizard phonics scheme gets children writing stories as quickly as possible by helping them understand and enjoy the relationships between spoken sounds and written symbols (magic spells!). Each time a new phoneme is introduced it is placed in the context of words alongside phonemes that have been previously taught to help children quickly make sense of the relationship between letters and words. Features of Story Wizard Phonics: - children are introduced to words and blending from the very beginning - phonemes are introduced progressively and placed into words alongside previously learned phonemes to support ongoing consolidation - the meaning and usage of new words is taught throughout - active learning games to help children understand the relationship between sounds, letters, words and sentences - visual guides for mouth positions - pronunciation guidance on flash cards - writing activities are available in cursive and lowercase print (both are included) Included activities with this set: - sound charts with initial mouth positions - flashcards with guidance for sounds - definitions for every word - Split Digraph Wizard - Word Line games: Select a letter and then have a go at organising yourselves into a ‘word line’ - Word Maker: Develop fine motor skills and handwriting by cutting out phonemes and sticking them into place. Then having a go at writing words yourself. A [free Phonics Planning Guide for the Foundation Stage is available here](https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/phonics-planning-guide-story-wizard-phonics-11844269).
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Extended Phonics Consolidation Bundle 2

Extended Phonics Consolidation Bundle 2

These extended consolidation resources include phonemes expected to be learned at the Foundation Stage. This bundle includes: Extended 6 Consonant phonemes: b.d.j.l.n.p.r.s.t.x Short vowels: a.e.i.o.u Consonant digraphs: ng.nk.qu.th Extended 7 Consonant phonemes: b.d.f.g.h.k.l.m.n.p.r.s.t.w Short vowel: i Consonant digraph: sh Vowel sounds: ay.ee.igh.ow Extended 8 Consonant phonemes: c.d.f.h.i.k.l.m.n.p.r.s.t.w Short vowels: oo Consonant digraphs: ch.ng Vowel sounds: air.ir.or Extended 9 Consonant phonemes: b.c.d.j.k.l.m.n.p.r.s.t.v Short vowel: e Consonant digraphs: ch.th Vowel sounds: ee.ou.ow.oy Extended 10 Consonant phonemes: b.c.f.k.l.n.p.r.s.t.w Short vowels: a.e.i.o.u Consonant digraphs: ch.ck.sh Vowel sounds: ee.ow.ir Included activities with each set: - flashcards with guidance for sounds - definitions for every word - Slides with guidance for pronunciation - Word Line games: Select a letter and then have a go at organising yourselves into a ‘word line’ - Word Maker: Develop fine motor skills and handwriting by cutting out phonemes and sticking them into place. Then having a go at writing words yourself Note that these are consolidation activities. Resources for the initial teaching of phonics can be found here. The sets roughly correspond to the order of teaching (for example set 1 is mostly focused on phonemes normally introduced during the first 2 weeks) but as they are consolidation activities some words may also include phonemes that will have been introduced at a later stage. A free Phonics Planning Guide for the Foundation Stage is available here.
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Extended Phonics Consolidation Bundle 1

Extended Phonics Consolidation Bundle 1

These extended consolidation resources include phonemes expected to be learned at the Foundation Stage. This bundle includes: Extended 1 Consonant phonemes: d.g.m.n.p.s.t Short vowels: a.i.o Extended 2 Consonant phonemes: b.c.d.g.k.m.n.p.s.t Short vowels: a.i.o.u Consonant digraphs: ck.nk Extended 3 Consonant phonemes: b.c.f.g.h.k.l.m.n.p.s.t Short vowels: a.e.o.u Consonant digraph: ck Extended 4 Consonant phonemes: d.f.j.l.m.n.p.r.s.t.v.w Short vowels: a.i.o.u Consonant digraphs: ck.sh Extended 5 Consonant phonemes: b.c.d.f.g.h.l.m.n.p.s.t.z Short vowels: e.i.o.u. Consonant digraphs: ch.ng.nk.sh.th Included activities with each set: - flashcards with guidance for sounds - definitions for every word - Slides with guidance for pronunciation - Word Line games: Select a letter and then have a go at organising yourselves into a ‘word line’ - Word Maker: Develop fine motor skills and handwriting by cutting out phonemes and sticking them into place. Then having a go at writing words yourself Note that these are consolidation activities. Resources for the initial teaching of phonics can be found here. The sets roughly correspond to the order of teaching (for example set 1 is mostly focused on phonemes normally introduced during the first 2 weeks) but as they are consolidation activities some words may also include phonemes that will have been introduced at a later stage. A free Phonics Planning Guide for the Foundation Stage is available here.
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Extended Phonics Consolidation Set 10

Extended Phonics Consolidation Set 10

These extended consolidation resources include phonemes expected to be learned at the Foundation Stage. This set includes: Consonant phonemes: b.c.f.k.l.n.p.r.s.t.w Short vowels: a.e.i.o.u Consonant digraphs: ch.ck.sh Vowel sounds: ee.ow.ir Included activities with each set: - flashcards with guidance for sounds - definitions for every word - Slides with guidance for pronunciation - Word Line games: Select a letter and then have a go at organising yourselves into a ‘word line’ - Word Maker: Develop fine motor skills and handwriting by cutting out phonemes and sticking them into place. Then having a go at writing words yourself Note that these are consolidation activities. Resources for the initial teaching of phonics can be found here. The sets roughly correspond to the order of teaching (for example set 1 is mostly focused on phonemes normally introduced during the first 2 weeks) but as they are consolidation activities some words may also include phonemes that will have been introduced at a later stage. A [free Phonics Planning Guide for the Foundation Stage is available here](https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/phonics-planning-guide-story-wizard-phonics-11844269).
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Extended Phonics Consolidation Set 8

Extended Phonics Consolidation Set 8

These extended consolidation resources include phonemes expected to be learned at the Foundation Stage. This set includes: Consonant phonemes: c.d.f.h.i.k.l.m.n.p.r.s.t.w Short vowels: oo Consonant digraphs: ch.ng Vowel sounds: air.ir.or Included activities with each set: - flashcards with guidance for sounds - definitions for every word - Slides with guidance for pronunciation - Word Line games: Select a letter and then have a go at organising yourselves into a ‘word line’ - Word Maker: Develop fine motor skills and handwriting by cutting out phonemes and sticking them into place. Then having a go at writing words yourself Note that these are consolidation activities. Resources for the initial teaching of phonics can be found here. The sets roughly correspond to the order of teaching (for example set 1 is mostly focused on phonemes normally introduced during the first 2 weeks) but as they are consolidation activities some words may also include phonemes that will have been introduced at a later stage. A [free Phonics Planning Guide for the Foundation Stage is available here](https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/phonics-planning-guide-story-wizard-phonics-11844269).
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