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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 Catchers - Segment / Read / Spell Game - Sets 1-7 VCC-CCVCC sh th ch k - PhonicsforSEN
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Word Catchers - Segment / Read / Spell Game - Sets 1-7 VCC-CCVCC sh th ch k - PhonicsforSEN

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Word Catcher – Segment / Read / Spell Game Based on the cootie catcher / fortune teller / whirlybird, these remind me of my playground days many years ago. Print, cut out and fold up to make the Word Catcher. FIrst the pupil chooses a picture then counts the sounds in the word to give first number which is the number of movements opening and closing the catcher. Next the pupil chooses a number and makes that number of movements. Then the pupil chooses a number again and opens out word catcher. If there’s a word underneath the number then the pupil has to read it. If there’s a picture underneath the number then the pupil has to spell it (by writing it down). Includes: Basic Code: Sets 1-7 Word structure: VCC CVCC CCVC CCVCC Introduction to Advanced Code /sh/ /th/ /ch/ and /k/
High Frequency Word List Phonically Coded - PhonicsforSEN
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High Frequency Word List Phonically Coded - PhonicsforSEN

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A list of the first 200 high frequency words, phonically coded and organised by sound. An accessible way of looking at common words and how to teach pupils to rea and spell them. Includes information about teaching high frequency words. Looks at ‘tricky’ / ‘common exception’ words and provides a simple strategy to use when the pupil encounters them in their reading or wants to spell them in their writing.
Sound by Sound Spelling Strategy Poster & Pupil Prompt Cards - PhonicsforSEN
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Sound by Sound Spelling Strategy Poster & Pupil Prompt Cards - PhonicsforSEN

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‘Good Spelling’ poster and set of pupil prompt cards. Each pupil can have their own desk top prompt card. Visually represents the sequential segmenting, sound by sound spelling strategy for spelling. A straightforward spelling strategy that complements any synthetic phonics approach to spelling. Works well in combination with the sound spelling posters and practice spelling booklets.
Flippin' Fun Book - Mix-Match-Read- Phonics for SEN
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Flippin' Fun Book - Mix-Match-Read- Phonics for SEN

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Let’s have some flippin’ fun! A flip, mix and match book. Print out and assemble the book. Then cut the pages into sections as shown. The head and body can be flipped to mix them up. Make crazy combinations! Then match the word to the right picture. CVC words used are: mum dad cat dog rat vet fox Suitable for use once the pupil has reached Set 7 of Book 1 of the Phonics for SEN programme.
Infographic: Reading Purpose and Choice of Texts - Teacher and Parent Versions - Phonics for SEN
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Infographic: Reading Purpose and Choice of Texts - Teacher and Parent Versions - Phonics for SEN

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Infographics: Reading Purpose and Choice of Texts for Beginning and Developing Readers A parallel approach to sharing books with children based on the Simple View of Reading – Four Strands that children experience at the same time. We all want our pupils to experience a range of reading opportunities but how do we choose the right book or text for them? What about sending books home? What about curriculum books? Debbie Hepplewhite (of Phonics International) and I have collaborated to make these infographics to help teachers consider: • the purpose of reading, • where the activity might take place, • the level of adult involvement, and • which books or texts are most appropriate. The parent/carer’s version ‘Reading with your child – in school and at home’ complement’s the teacher’s infographic, useful when talking to them about reading and their child. Many thanks to Lynne Moody for her input into the parent/carer’s version.
Fantasy Phonics - A Reading and Spelling Game - A collaboration: Phonics for SEN & Phonic Books
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Fantasy Phonics - A Reading and Spelling Game - A collaboration: Phonics for SEN & Phonic Books

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Fantasy Phonics A Reading and Spelling Game Game Design by Ann Sullivan Phonics for Pupils with Special Educational Needs Illustrations and Graphic Design by Drew Wilson Phonic Books Ltd Fantasy Phonics is a paper-based game following the principles of fantasy video and board games. You will find all the elements of gaming that everyone loves … player characters, challenges, maps, levels, health stats, trades, cooking meals, restoring health and boss fights! The game can be: • played by the Games Master plus one or more players, • played at any stage in a phonics programme (players read and spell words and sentences appropriate to the level at which they are working), • adapted so play can be as simple or as complex as the players wish, and • gives the opportunity for further advanced game play. Five pdfs containing all you need, simply print out, prep and play. A great game to keep pupils 8+ engaged and motivated.
Word Chains – Self Checking Card Set – Reading phrases with 2-5 words Sets 1-7 - Phonics for SEN
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Word Chains – Self Checking Card Set – Reading phrases with 2-5 words Sets 1-7 - Phonics for SEN

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Word Chains – Self Checking Reading Card Set – Reading phrases with 2-5 words Sets 1-7 Word chains is a reading activity that pupils can work on independently as the card sets are ‘self-checking’. Download the pdf, print out and assemble the card sets. Instructions Lay the cards from one set out on the table with all the pictures face up (except for the tick card which is face down). The pupil: · turns over the starting traffic light card and reads the phrase on the back, · then selects the picture that matches the phrase they have just read, · then repeats, reading words and matching pictures until all cards have been used, · the last card they turn over will be the picture of the tick so they know they have finished and been correct throughout. If the pupil reads the word incorrectly and so chooses the wrong picture then the sequence will be broken, they won’t get through all the cards and will find the tick card before they have completed the whole sequence.
Word Chains – Self Checking Cards – Reading Single Words VCC CVCC CCVC CCVCC - Phonics for SEN
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Word Chains – Self Checking Cards – Reading Single Words VCC CVCC CCVC CCVCC - Phonics for SEN

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Word Chains – Self Checking Reading Card Set – Reading Single Words VCC CVCC CCVC CCVCC Word chains is a reading activity that pupils can work on independently as the card sets are ‘self-checking’. Download the pdf, print out and assemble the card sets. Instructions Lay the cards from one set out on the table with all the pictures face up (except for the tick card which is face down). The pupil: · turns over the starting traffic light card and reads the word on the back, · then selects the picture that matches the word they have just read, · then repeats, reading words and matching pictures until all cards have been used, · the last card they turn over will be the picture of the tick so they know they have finished and been correct throughout. If the pupil reads the word incorrectly and so chooses the wrong picture then the sequence will be broken, they won’t get through all the cards and will find the tick card before they have completed the whole sequence.
Word Chains – Self Checking Card Set – Reading Single Words Sets 1-7 - Phonics for SEN
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Word Chains – Self Checking Reading Card Set – Reading Single Words Sets 1-7 Word chains is a reading activity that pupils can work on independently as the card sets are ‘self-checking’. Download the pdf, print out and assemble the card sets. Instructions Lay the cards from one set out on the table with all the pictures face up (except for the tick card which is face down). The pupil: · turns over the starting traffic light card and reads the word on the back, · then selects the picture that matches the word they have just read, · then repeats, reading words and matching pictures until all cards have been used, · the last card they turn over will be the picture of the tick so they know they have finished and been correct throughout. If the pupil reads the word incorrectly and so chooses the wrong picture then the sequence will be broken, they won’t get through all the cards and will find the tick card before they have completed the whole sequence.
Flyers Books - Decodable Readers - oa z ee ai er e ow - Phonics for SEN
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Flyers Books - Decodable Readers - oa z ee ai er e ow - Phonics for SEN

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The Flyers 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. There are seven books for you to print out, covering the sounds: /oa/ /z/ /ee/ /ai/ /er/ /e/ /ow/ These correspond to the sounds covered in Book 4 of the Phonics for SEN programme. Each book has text and simple, clear illustrations. Titles: Frozen Tim’s nose On the beach Bake off The journey Fit Club Tim and Sam In addition to the illustrated text, the Flyers include activities that support the pupil to experience reading success in a wider sense (as described in The Simple View of Reading – Tunmer & Gough 1986), developing automaticity, fluency and understanding of what they have read. The books include activities and suggestions for working on: • establishing context – discussion before reading the story • single word reading (decoding) – priming the pupil for reading the story • vocabulary – focusing on words and phrases that may be unknown to the pupil • text reading – reading the story • reading comprehension – talking about what they have read – ‘about and around’ the story Great to read in class or send home. Easy to print out and replace if lost.
Flyers Books - Decodable Readers - sh th ng ch ck qu ff ll ss - Phonics for SEN
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Flyers Books - Decodable Readers - sh th ng ch ck qu ff ll ss - Phonics for SEN

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The Flyers 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. There are nine books for you to print out, covering the sounds: sh, th, ng, ch (ch & tch), k (c, k,ck), qu, f ( f& ff), l (l & ll) and s (s & ss) These correspond to the sounds covered in Book 3 of the Phonics for SEN programme. Each book has text and a simple, clear illustration. Titles: Fish Shop Beth’s maths Lunch Lost ring Rav at camp A quick quiz Fox cub Still ill Plum jam In addition to the illustrated text, the Flyers include activities that support the pupil to experience reading success in a wider sense (as described in The Simple View of Reading – Tunmer & Gough 1986), developing automaticity, fluency and understanding of what they have read. The books include activities and suggestions for working on: • establishing context – discussion before reading the story • single word reading (decoding) – priming the pupil for reading the story • vocabulary – focusing on words and phrases that may be unknown to the pupil • text reading – reading the story • reading comprehension – talking about what they have read – ‘about and around’ the story Great to read in class or send home - easy to print out and replace if lost.
Megacoded Stories - Decodable readers - Basic Code with prime words - Phonics for SEN
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Megacoded Stories - Decodable readers - Basic Code with prime words - Phonics for SEN

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The Megacoded Stories 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. 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. Each book contains a simple story that is made up of words that the pupil will be able to decode once they have been taught the correspondence between the sounds and the letters of the appropriate set and have worked on developing the skill of blending. **The stories contain a small number of high frequency words that contain aspects of the alphabetic code that the child has not yet covered in class. The child will need to be primed and supported to decode these. To assist teachers and TAs and to anticipate where pupils might need additional information or support or highlight new information for pupils, colour coding is used. ** Great to read in class or send home. Easy to print out and replace if lost.
At Home Books - Reading and Spelling Practice at Home - Basic Code - Phonics for SEN
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At Home Books - Reading and Spelling Practice at Home - Basic Code - Phonics for SEN

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**Home books ** ‘At home’ series – Sets 1-7 Basic Code A little practice every day. The ‘At home’ series is a set of seven mini-books books for use alongside the Phonics for SEN and other systematic, synthetic phonics and linguistic phonics programmes. The series is designed for parents/carers to use with their child over the course of several days. Each provides opportunities to practice the skills of reading and spelling in a structured way that is easy and fun and with full instructions for parents/carers. The books cover the teaching order of all 7 sets of the sounds in basic code (Book1 of the Phonics for SEN programme): s a t p i m n d g o c k e u r h b f l j v w x y z There are six activities to do each day, covering matching sounds to letters, reading single words, reading phrases, spelling single words, spelling words (in a dictated sentence) and drawing a picture to match a silly sentence. Simply print out and fold, no staples required. Supported by visuals and pictures with home use in mind. Great for homework or home schooling.
Work at Home Books - Reading and Spelling Practice - Advanced Code - Phonics for SEN
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Work at Home Books - Reading and Spelling Practice - Advanced Code - Phonics for SEN

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**Home books ‘Work at home’ series** – Advanced Code A little practice every day. The ‘Work at home’ series is a set of eight mini-books books for use alongside the Phonics for SEN and other systematic, synthetic phonics and linguistic phonics programmes. The series is designed for parents/carers to use with their child over the course of several days. Each provides opportunities to practice the skills of reading and spelling in a structured way that is easy and fun and with full instructions for parents/carers. The books cover the following sounds (Books 3-6 of the phonics for SEN programme): /o-e/ /ee/ /a-e/ /er/ /oo/ /u/ /i-e/ /aw/ There are five activities to do each day: • reading single words (aided by colour coding), • reading single words (no colour coding), • reading phrases, • spelling single words and • writing sentences. Supported by visuals and pictures with home use in mind. Great for homework or home schooling.
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.
Bridge Books - Decodable Readers - Background/Prime/Decode/Vocab/Comprehension - Phonics for SEN
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Bridge Books - Decodable Readers - Background/Prime/Decode/Vocab/Comprehension - Phonics for SEN

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The** Bridge 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 Bridge Books are designed to be the bridge from reading single words and phrases to reading connected text. ** 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. Each book contains a simple story that is made up of words that the pupil will be able to decode once they have been taught the correspondence between the sounds and the letters of the appropriate set and have worked on developing the skill of blending. Titles: • Pat • Tim • Cap • Rat • Bad • Fox • Vet In addition to the illustrated text, the Bridge Books include activities that support the pupil to experience reading success in a wider sense (as described in The Simple View of Reading – Tunmer & Gough 1986), developing automaticity, fluency and understanding of what they have read. The books include activities and suggestions for working on: • establishing context/ background knowledge – discussion before reading the story • single word reading (decoding) – priming the pupil for reading the story • vocabulary – focusing on words and phrases that may be unknown to the pupil • text reading – reading the story • reading comprehension – talking about what they have read – ‘about and around’ the story Great to read in class or send home. 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.
Stepping Stones Books - Decodable Readers - Single word to connected text - Phonics for SEN
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Stepping Stones Books - Decodable Readers - Single word to connected text - Phonics for SEN

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The Stepping Stone Books are decodable reading books for use alongside the Phonics for SEN and other systematic, synthetic phonics and linguistic phonics programmes. Some pupils with SEN may learn to read single words but find it difficult to move on to reading more than one word in a sentence. The Stepping Stone Books supports pupils to make the transition from reading single words to reading connected text. The series gradually requires the pupil to read stories with an increasing number of words in sequence. Initially sentences are presented without capital letters or punctuation marks so as to limit distraction and focus on the words. Full stops and capital letters are gradually introduced as they work through the books. There are six books for you to print out. These correspond to the sounds in the 7 sets covered in Book 1 of the Phonics for SEN programme. Note there is not a book for Set 1. Titles: • map Set 2 – one or two words per page – no capitalisation – no punctuation • cat Set 3 – two words per page – no capitalisation – no punctuation • cap Set 4 – one or two words per page – no capitalisation – full stops • dog: Set 5 – two or three words per page – no capitalisation – full stops • fox Set 6 – three words per page – no capitalisation – full stops • Jam Set 7 – three words per page – capitalisation – full stops There are 2 versions of each book. The second version is intended for use with pre- or nonverbal pupils. The books have words but no pictures. Instead the pictures are available separately. The pupil reads the word/s in their thinking voice and then selects which, of a choice of two, pictures makes sense and fits on that page. Great to use in class or send home. Easy to print out and replace if lost.