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High Quality Phonics - Accessible to All. Phonics for Pupils with Special Educational Needs, published by Routledge in 2018, is a systematic, synthetic, linguistic phonics programme, designed to make phonics accessible for pupils with SEND in mainstream and special schools. Books available from: https://www.routledge.com/Phonics-for-Pupils-with-Special-Educational-Needs/book-series/PPSEN

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High Quality Phonics - Accessible to All. Phonics for Pupils with Special Educational Needs, published by Routledge in 2018, is a systematic, synthetic, linguistic phonics programme, designed to make phonics accessible for pupils with SEND in mainstream and special schools. Books available from: https://www.routledge.com/Phonics-for-Pupils-with-Special-Educational-Needs/book-series/PPSEN
Word Wall - HF Words Organised by Set/Word Structure/Sound - Phonically Coded - Phonics for SEN
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Word Wall - HF Words Organised by Set/Word Structure/Sound - Phonically Coded - Phonics for SEN

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This is not a conventional Word Wall. It does contain all the high frequency words but there is an order to how the words are presented so that the wall ties in with phonics instruction. The words are organized in groups on bricks. At basic code level the words are organized by sets (VC & CVC) or more complex word structure (VCC, CVCC, CCVC &CCVCC), as appropriate. At advanced code level the words are organized by focus sound. The wall can be viewed as cumulative as the pupils work through their phonics programme. In addition to this organisation, the words are coded to highlight individual graphemes. This is achieved by spacing between graphemes and highlighting any graphemes with more than one letter. Graphemes representing the focus sound are colour coded. Simply print out and start to build the wall.
Level Up Spelling 8 - KS3 Curriculum Words by Subject - Phonics for SEN
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Level Up Spelling Series This pdf contains one booklet: Level Up Spelling 8 KS3 Currriculum Words By Subject The Level Up Spelling series is made up of 8 booklets which provide pupils with opportunities to practice spelling high and medium frequency words. With a clear linear format the pupil is given the opportunity to read the word several times, see and understand how the word is put together (phonically coded in books 1-6 and phonically coded and split into syllables for books 7 and 8), and spell the word several times incorporating orthographic mapping. This resource could be used in class, in small group work or set as homework for parents to support their child. Book 1 – Sets 1-7 sounds – VC and CVC words - One set per page Book 2 – VCC, CVCC, CCVC and CCVCC words containing set 1-7 sounds Book 3 – Words containing the sounds sh th ng ch k qu f l s Book 4 – Words containing the sounds oa z ee ai er e ow Book 5 – Words containing the sounds oy oo u ie or air ar Book 6 – Words containing the sounds s l b d (advanced) o i ue Book 7 – Two syllable words – Sound by Sound Book 8 – Curriculum Words - Upper KS2 and KS3 PDF PROVIDED
Movable Alphabet 5 - Colour coded without Base Plates - Phonics for SEN
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Movable alphabets are great for focusing your pupil’s attention on how words are put together and they are great for hands-on word building activities. They are also super-useful for pupils who have poor fine motor skills and find letter formation difficult, such as those pupils with physical disabilities or complex needs. There are five movable alphabets for you to choose from so you can select the most appropriate to meet your pupil’s needs. Movable Alphabet 5 is a set of colour coded grapheme cards to reflect the teaching sequence of the Phonics for SEN programme. There is no base plate for this set. The five versions of movable alphabet have graphemes arranged: 1 in alphabetical order, 2 according to the teaching order of Phonics for Pupils with SEN, 3 according to a commonly used alternative teaching order, e.g. Sounds Write, for basic code and then alphabetical order in two sections: advanced code vowels and consonant graphemes. 4 layout as on a QWERTY keyboard (useful if you have a pupil with significant fine motor difficulties who is likely to type rather than write as a long-term recording method), 5 as separate colour coded grapheme cards with no base plates. In addition to the movable alphabet, version 4 also includes two Point and Spell Boards in keyboard layout. These could be used with the pupil pointing and the teacher scribing or by partner assisted scanning.
Movable Alphabet 1 - Alphabetical Order with Base Plates - Phonics for SEN
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Movable alphabets are great for focusing your pupil’s attention on how words are put together and they are great for hands-on word building activities. They are also super-useful for pupils who have poor fine motor skills and find letter formation difficult, such as those pupils with physical disabilities or complex needs. There are five movable alphabets for you to choose from so you can select the most appropriate to meet your pupil’s needs. Movable Alphabet 1 is organised in Alphabetical Order and is arranged in four sections: First section: Basic code (1:1 sound to letter correspondences), Second section: Introduction to advanced code (e.g. sounds /sh/ and /th/ etc) Third section: Advanced code (complex sounds that are represented in more than one way e.g. boat, note, go, snow, toe etc). Fourth section: Focus Grid The Focus Grid is simply a set of shaded but otherwise blank squares that is placed just after the introduction to the advanced code section. Once the pupils start working in advanced code they have to deal with many sound spellings (graphemes). It would be rather bewildering for a pupil to have to trawl through all of them, so this handy section allows you to place just the sound spellings related to the sound you are currently focusing on for the pupil to choose from. In this way things are kept manageable. You could use Velcro dots to secure the cards to stop them slipping around when you are building a word. Note: when printing please make sure you accommodate any narrow margins. The five versions of movable alphabet have graphemes arranged: 1 in alphabetical order, 2 according to the teaching order of Phonics for Pupils with SEN, 3 according to a commonly used alternative teaching order, e.g. Sounds Write, for basic code and then alphabetical order in two sections: advanced code vowels and consonant graphemes. 4 layout as on a QWERTY keyboard (useful if you have a pupil with significant fine motor difficulties who is likely to type rather than write as a long-term recording method), 5 as separate colour coded grapheme cards with no base plates. In addition to the movable alphabet, version 4 also includes two Point and Spell Boards in keyboard layout. These could be used with the pupil pointing and the teacher scribing or by partner assisted scanning.
Reading Detective Books - Single word reading + self checking - Basic Code - Phonics for SEN
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Reading Detective Books - Single word reading + self checking - Basic Code - Phonics for SEN

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The Reading Detective Books are decodable reading books for use alongside the Phonics for SEN and other systematic, synthetic phonics and linguistic phonics programmes. The text in the books is carefully selected to reflect the sounds (and sound spellings) that the pupil(s) have worked on in class so that they are able to use their developing decoding skills and increasing phonic knowledge to read the words with accuracy. The Reading Detective Books are designed to be for use by pupils at the start of their reading journey. There are seven books for you to print out and simply fold into books - no staples required. These cover the sounds: Set 1: s a t p, Set 2: i m n d, Set 3: g o c k, Set 4: e u r, Set 5: h b f l, Set 6: j v w x, Set 7: y z. These correspond to the sounds in the 7 sets covered in Book 1 of the Phonics for SEN programme. Each book contains carefully sequenced single words and pictures. The child reads a single word. on the right-hand page and then turns the page over. The picture on the left-hand page should match the word they have read. Can be used by pupils independent as ‘self checking’. Great to read in class, send home or for early independent reading. Easy to print out and replace if lost.
Read it! Match it! Books - Single word reading + Match a picture - Basic Code - Phonics for SEN
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Read it! Match it! Books - Single word reading + Match a picture - Basic Code - Phonics for SEN

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The Read it! Match it! Books are decodable books for use alongside the Phonics for SEN and other systematic, synthetic phonics and linguistic phonics programmes. The text in the books is carefully selected to reflect the sounds (and sound spellings) that the pupil(s) have worked on in class so that they are able to use their developing decoding skills and increasing phonic knowledge to read the words with accuracy. The Read it! Match it! Books are designed to be used with pupils at the start of their reading journey. There are nine books for you to print out, covering the sounds: Set 1: s a t p, Set 2: i m n d, Set 3: g o c k, Set 4: e u r, Set 5: h b f l, Set 6: j v w x, Set 7: y z, and the word structures: VCC & CVCC words CCVC & CCVCC words/ Once made up, the books have a single word on each page. The pupil is encouraged to: • read each word out loud (or in their thinking voice if they are pre- or nonverbal), • look at the selection of pictures, • choose the one they think matches, • transfer the picture to the book and stick it in. Suitable for pupils with a range of SEN but particularly useful for pupils with autism and communication difficulties who are pre- or non-verbal. Great to use in class or to send home. Easy to print out and replace if lost.
Tandem Books - Decodable Readers - Adult & Pupil versions - Basic Code - Phonics for SEN
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Tandem Books - Decodable Readers - Adult & Pupil versions - Basic Code - Phonics for SEN

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The** Tandem Books** are decodable reading books for use alongside the Phonics for SEN and other systematic, synthetic phonics and linguistic phonics programmes. The text in the books is carefully selected to reflect the sounds (and sound spellings) that the pupil(s) have worked on in class so that they are able to use their developing decoding skills and increasing phonic knowledge to read the words with accuracy. The Tandem Books are designed to be the shared with an adult with each being able to take part by reading out loud. There are seven books for you to print out, covering the sounds: Set 1: s a t p, Set 2: i m n d, Set 3: g o c k, Set 4: e u r, Set 5: h b f l, Set 6: j v w x, Set 7: y z. These correspond to the sounds in the 7 sets covered in Book 1 of the Phonics for SEN programme. Titles: Tap Dad Cod Ram Hen Bag Cup Each book contains a simple story with illustrations. There are two versions of the story in each book, one for the child and one for an adult. On one side of the page is a version of the story for the adult to read, containing appropriate language structure and vocabulary. On the other side of the page is a version for the child to read - simplified and decodable. There are two alternatives available: Capitalisation of names only, no punctuation – for children who need to focus on lowercase letters and work on blending for pupils with complex needs. Full capitalisation and punctuation included – for the majority of children, including those with SEN. Great to read in class or send home. Easy to print out and replace if lost.
Sound by Sound Advanced Code Posters - Variation & Overlap - Phonics for SEN
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Sound by Sound Advanced Code Posters - Variation & Overlap - Phonics for SEN

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A set of advanced code posters that map the sounds and the way they are represented by letters or groups of letters (sound spellings). There are two types of posters included in the set. Poster type 1 covers advanced code sounds - Variation in the Alphabetic Code • a single sound is represented on each poster, • all the ways that the sound can be represented are shown – colour coded, • example words are given, • the words are illustrated. Poster type 2 covers specific sound spellings that can represent more than one sound - Overlap in the Alphabetic Code • a single letter or group of letters (sound spelling) is represented on each poster – colour coded, • all the sounds that can be represented are shown, • example words are given, • the words are illustrated.
Word Detective - Orthographic Mapping HF Words for Automaticity - Phonics for SEN
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Word Detective - Orthographic Mapping HF Words for Automaticity - Phonics for SEN

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Word Detective gives an intensive focus on the first 200 individual high frequency words incorporating orthographic mapping to support the development of reading automaticity and a ‘sight word’ vocabulary, i.e. the ability to simply look at a word and say what it is or think about a word and write it down rapidly when spelling, apparently without effort or conscious thought. Guided by the teacher or TA, the word is explored phonemically (at individual phoneme or speech sound level), phonologically (at syllable and onset / rime level and the phonemes within them), visually (the form of graphemes) and kinaesthetically (the experience of movement to form the letters by writing them). If a pupil has fine motor difficulties then they could type them. The activities incorporate orthographic mapping which is described as ‘the process that readers use to store written words for instant and effortless retrieval’ Kilpatrick 2015. Orthographic mapping is the overlaying of graphemes and phonemes for storage in long term memory. I would strongly recommend that this resource is used within the context of wider reading and spelling instruction that includes phonemic awareness, systematic study of the alphabetic code, blending for reading, segmenting for spelling and reading words embedded in text i.e. a robust systematic phonics programme.
Having a Voice: Strategies and Symbols for Communication in Lessons - Phonics for SEN
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Having a Voice: Strategies and Symbols for Communication in Lessons - Phonics for SEN

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Many pupils with SEN can feel that they do not ‘have a voice’ and can be frustrated by a lack control over what happens to them, particularly if their needs are complex, they have communication difficulties and they require a high level of adult support. These resources are easy to use low tech strategies to support pupils to ‘have their say’, input into teaching situations and so develop independent learning skills. Included on the pdf are: The ‘thinking voice’ symbols The ‘I have something to say’ strategy - card and symbols Suitable for preverbal and nonverbal pupils and those with communication difficulties.
Sounds Maps - Alphabetic Code Charts - Phonics for SEN
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Sounds Maps - Alphabetic Code Charts - Phonics for SEN

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A set of three A4 landscape posters that comprehensively map the sounds (phonemes) and the way they are represented by letters or groups of letters (graphemes or sound spellings). There are two types of maps included in the set. Maps 1 and 2 covers all the sounds showing all the ways each sound can be represented, i.e. showing the variation in the English language ‘code’. Map 3 covers specific sound spellings showing all the sounds that each sound spelling can represent, i.e. showing the overlap in the English language ‘code’. Note: These are intended as reference materials for adults working with pupils. For pupils with SEN this would be overwhelming for them to use these as a reference when reading and spelling. Also included is a Cumulative Map that shows when the code is introduced within the Phonics for SEN programme.
Movable Alphabet 3 - Alternative Teaching Sequence with Base Plates - Phonics for SEN
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Movable Alphabet 3 - Alternative Teaching Sequence with Base Plates - Phonics for SEN

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Movable alphabets are great for focusing your pupil’s attention on how words are put together and they are great for hands-on word building activities. They are also super-useful for pupils who have poor fine motor skills and find letter formation difficult, such as those pupils with physical disabilities or complex needs. There are five movable alphabets for you to choose from so you can select the most appropriate to meet your pupil’s needs. Movable Alphabet 3 is organised to reflect an alternative teaching sequence common to other programmes and is arranged in four sections: First section: Basic code (1:1 sound to letter correspondences), Second section: Introduction to advanced code (e.g. sounds /sh/ and /th/ etc) Third section: Advanced code (complex sounds that are represented in more than one way e.g. boat, note, go, snow, toe etc) in alphabetical order vowels then consonants. Fourth section: Focus Grid The Focus Grid is simply a set of shaded but otherwise blank squares that is placed just after the introduction to the advanced code section. Once the pupils start working in advanced code they have to deal with many sound spellings (graphemes). It would be rather bewildering for a pupil to have to trawl through all of them, so this handy section allows you to place just the sound spellings related to the sound you are currently focusing on for the pupil to choose from. In this way things are kept manageable. You could use Velcro dots to secure the cards to stop them slipping around when you are building a word. Note: when printing please make sure you accommodate any narrow margins. The five versions of movable alphabet have graphemes arranged: 1 in alphabetical order, 2 according to the teaching order of Phonics for Pupils with SEN, 3 according to a commonly used alternative teaching order, e.g. Sounds Write, then in alphabetical order in vowels and consonants. 4 layout as on a QWERTY keyboard (useful if you have a pupil with significant fine motor difficulties who is likely to type rather than write as a long-term recording method), 5 as separate colour coded grapheme cards with no base plates. In addition to the movable alphabet, version 4 also includes two Point and Spell Boards in keyboard layout. These could be used with the pupil pointing and the teacher scribing or by partner assisted scanning.
Days Months Seasons Date Word Build - 2 fonts - Phonics for SEN
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Days Months Seasons Date Word Build - 2 fonts - Phonics for SEN

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Sound spelling (grapheme) cards that make up a movable alphabet to build the days of the week, months of the year and the seasons. Also includes the date. Print on card, cut out and away you go… Having these on display and available for pupils to look at and move around can prompt questions about why words are written as they are. This can lead to simple discussions about how the written word represents the spoken word, the relationship between sounds and letters (graphemes) and how some sounds are represented my more than one letter. This type of incidental phonics can prime pupils with nuggets of knowledge that prepares them for phonics ahead. Particularly aimed at Nursery and EYFS provision and younger pupils with SEN.
Word Web Vocabulary Builder - Phonics for SEN
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Word Web Vocabulary Builder - Phonics for SEN

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The Word Web is a strategy that can be used with pupils with SEN to work on and develop their vocabulary and use of language. When listening to others speak, pupils encounter words that they: • have not heard before, • do not know what they mean and • do not know how to use them themselves, in context, when speaking. When reading, pupils encounter words that they: • have not seen before but can decode, the resulting word being one that they have not heard of before, • do not know what they mean and • cannot use their knowledge of them to understand the text they are reading. Supporting pupils to expand their vocabulary impacts on their spoken language, their listening comprehension, their reading comprehension and their writing. Word Web looks at multiple aspects of a word with a focus on meaning. A web organiser is used to scaffold the pupil’s discussion about the word, led by the teacher. Symbols, relating to the aspects of the word being discussed, are used to prompt the pupil to think about each attribute. There are ten possible attributes that could be considered: what (or who), where, when, which, feel, synonym, antonym, sounds (phonemes) and syllables, sound spellings (graphemes) and sentence. There are three word types that are considered: noun, verb and adjective/adverb.
ABC Alphabet Frieze - Phonics based - Phonics for SEN
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ABC Alphabet Frieze - Phonics based - Phonics for SEN

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A traditional ABC Alphabet frieze with a phonics twist. 28 pages focusing on one grapheme on each A4 landscape page. Contains all the key elements: grapheme, word and picture, but includes reference (with mini pictures) to words where the focus letter represents an alternative sound. Reinforces basic sounds and letters and prepares pupils for the more complex aspects of phonics to come, for reading and spelling. Great for Nursery and EYFS settings and for younger children with SEN. Public domain clipart used.
Sentence Builder - Basic Code - Colour Coded - Phonics for SEN
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Sentence Builder - Basic Code - Colour Coded - Phonics for SEN

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This activity enables pupils, who are unable or unwilling to write or type to build sentences. Pupils can manipulate cards to arrange words into a sentence. The word cards link to the systematic teaching order of the Phonics for Pupils with SEN programme Book 1 (capitalisation in Book 2) and the Fitzgerald Key. The Fitzgerald key is a system of colour coding words according to parts of speech. Pupils can be supported to create simple linear sentences of the subject, verb, object and adjectival phrase type by placing words in a specific order. Who? subject of the sentence / people / pronouns YELLOW What doing? verb / action word GREEN What? object of the sentence / noun ORANGE Where? places PINK Descriptors adjectives and adverbs BLUE Miscellaneous / Little words prepositions / articles BLACK The Fitzgerald Key is used in Speech and Language Therapy to support pupils to develop an understanding of oral language structure. If a pupil works with a speech and language therapist in this way, then both phonics and speech and language goals can be addressed side by side in the same lesson. Instructions Materials on pdf include: • Coded word cards sorted by set • Example sentences
Sound Collector Cards 1 - Basic Code - Daily reading practice - Phonics for SEN
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Sound Collector Cards 1 - Basic Code - Daily reading practice - Phonics for SEN

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Sound Collector Cards 1 – Basic Code Sets 1-7 & VCC CVCC CCVC CCVCC words Each card displays high frequency words for one of the 7 sets of sounds plus VCC, CVCC, CCVC and CCVCC words. The pdf contains two versions: version 1 plain print and version colour coded. The colour coding relates to new letters (sound spellings) introduced for the sounds in that set. When the pupils have completed work on a set of sounds or a focus word structure then they can be given the corresponding card to take away, gradually building up a collection of cards. The pupil reviews all the cards they have collected and reads through all the words as a daily reading practice task. This reinforces their understanding of the relationship between phonemes (sounds) and letters (sound spellings) and develops familiarity with the high frequency words. Following on from these are the Sound Collector Cards 2 - Advanced Code.
Sound Collector Cards 2 - Advanced Code - Daily reading practice - Phonics for SEN
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Sound Collector Cards 2 - Advanced Code - Daily reading practice - Phonics for SEN

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Each card displays high frequency words for one the following sounds: sh th ch k ng f l s oe z ee a-e er e ow oy oo u i-e aw air o i u-e s (advanced) l (advanced) b (advanced) d (advanced) w z (advanced) h j r p g v m n t f (advanced) sh (advanced) qu (advanced) x (advanced) When the pupils have completed work on a particular sound then they can be given the corresponding card to take away, gradually building up a collection of cards. The pupil reviews all the cards they have collected and reads through all the words on the cards as a daily reading practice task. This reinforces their understanding of the relationship between sounds and letters / letter patterns (sound spellings) and develops familiarity with the high frequency words. This set of cards follow on from the Sound Collector Cards 1.
Movable Alphabet 2 - Phonics for SEN Teaching Sequence with Base Plates
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Movable Alphabet 2 - Phonics for SEN Teaching Sequence with Base Plates

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Movable alphabets are great for focusing your pupil’s attention on how words are put together and they are great for hands-on word building activities. They are also super-useful for pupils who have poor fine motor skills and find letter formation difficult, such as those pupils with physical disabilities or complex needs. There are five movable alphabets for you to choose from so you can select the most appropriate to meet your pupil’s needs. Movable Alphabet 2 is organised to reflect the teaching sequence of the Phonics for SEN programme arranged in four sections: First section: Basic code (1:1 sound to letter correspondences), Second section: Introduction to advanced code (e.g. sounds /sh/ and /th/ etc) Third section: Advanced code (complex sounds that are represented in more than one way e.g. boat, note, go, snow, toe etc). Fourth section: Focus Grid The Focus Grid is simply a set of shaded but otherwise blank squares that is placed just after the introduction to the advanced code section. Once the pupils start working in advanced code they have to deal with many sound spellings (graphemes). It would be rather bewildering for a pupil to have to trawl through all of them, so this handy section allows you to place just the sound spellings related to the sound you are currently focusing on for the pupil to choose from. In this way things are kept manageable. You could use Velcro dots to secure the cards to stop them slipping around when you are building a word. Note: when printing please make sure you accommodate any narrow margins. The five versions of movable alphabet have graphemes arranged: 1 in alphabetical order, 2 according to the teaching order of Phonics for Pupils with SEN, 3 according to a commonly used alternative teaching order, e.g. Sounds Write, for basic code and then alphabetical order in two sections: advanced code vowels and consonant graphemes. 4 layout as on a QWERTY keyboard (useful if you have a pupil with significant fine motor difficulties who is likely to type rather than write as a long-term recording method), 5 as separate colour coded grapheme cards with no base plates. In addition to the movable alphabet, version 4 also includes two Point and Spell Boards in keyboard layout. These could be used with the pupil pointing and the teacher scribing or by partner assisted scanning.