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Phonics Catch-up Shop

I qualified as a Primary School teacher in 1992 and have taught across the primary age range both full-time, part-time and supply during this time. For the last five years I have been an intervention teacher which resulted in producing many resources to support primary pupils with their phonics, reading, early writing and basic numeracy. So take a browse, you may find something useful especially for pupils who are needing to do a phonics catch-up following this pandemic.

I qualified as a Primary School teacher in 1992 and have taught across the primary age range both full-time, part-time and supply during this time. For the last five years I have been an intervention teacher which resulted in producing many resources to support primary pupils with their phonics, reading, early writing and basic numeracy. So take a browse, you may find something useful especially for pupils who are needing to do a phonics catch-up following this pandemic.
100 High Frequency Words
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100 High Frequency Words

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A checklist/assessment sheet to record whether pupils can read and spell the first 100 high frequency words from the DFE Letters and Sounds. The words are colour coded to represent the phase within Letters and Sounds. It will highlight/inform the teacher of the words that an individual pupil needs to improve and work on within their reading, writing and spelling. A great sheet to target high frequency word work.
Phoneme Frames er, ir, ur (1)
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Phoneme Frames er, ir, ur (1)

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A phonic/reading activity sheet to encourage the segmenting and blending of words identifying the focused phoneme within the word before they begin to segment for decoding. This resource focuses on the phonemes er, ir and ur. It allows pupils to decode words using a phoneme frame initially and then challenges them to read further words without a phoneme frame. A great activity to reinforce the graphemes of the ‘er’ phoneme. A small group activity working with a teacher/teaching assistant. Will help with any phonics catch-up across Letters and Sounds Phase 2-5.
Phoneme Frames er, ir, ur (2)
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Phoneme Frames er, ir, ur (2)

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A phonic/reading activity sheet to encourage the segmenting and blending of words identifying the focused phoneme within the word before they begin to segment for decoding. This resource focuses on the phonemes er, ir and ur. It allows pupils to decode words using a phoneme frame initially and then challenges them to read further words without a phoneme frame. A great activity to reinforce the graphemes of the ‘er’ phoneme. A small group activity working with a teacher/teaching assistant. Will help with any phonics catch-up across Letters and Sounds Phase 2-5.
Phoneme Frames er, ir, ur (Bundle of 4)
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Phoneme Frames er, ir, ur (Bundle of 4)

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A bundle of 4 phonic/reading activity sheets to encourage the segmenting and blending of words identifying the focused phoneme within the word before they begin to segment for decoding. This resource focuses on the phonemes er, ir and ur. It allows pupils to decode words using a phoneme frame initially and then challenges them to read further words without a phoneme frame. A great activity to reinforce the graphemes of the ‘er’ phoneme. A small group activity working with a teacher/teaching assistant. Will help with any phonics catch-up across Letters and Sounds Phase 2-5.
Handwriting Phase 2 phonemes/sounds c, o, a, d, g, (blank version)
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Handwriting Phase 2 phonemes/sounds c, o, a, d, g, (blank version)

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Handwriting practice for the Phase 2 phonemes/sounds c, o, a, d, g, using handwriting line guides. Also colour the picture that starts with the same phoneme/sound as the letter you have written. A great homework sheet or an activity sheet for the writing table/area within your classroom. This is a blank version so you can add the appropriate letter formations for your school but also look in my shop for the free version that has the cursive letter formation to start your pupils off.
Phoneme Frames er, ir, ur (3)
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Phoneme Frames er, ir, ur (3)

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A phonic/reading activity sheet to encourage the segmenting and blending of words identifying the focused phoneme within the word before they begin to segment for decoding. This resource focuses on the phonemes er, ir and ur. It allows pupils to decode words using a phoneme frame initially and then challenges them to read further words without a phoneme frame. A great activity to reinforce the graphemes of the ‘er’ phoneme. A small group activity working with a teacher/teaching assistant. Will help with any phonics catch-up across Letters and Sounds Phase 2-5.
Another 100 High Frequency Words
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Another 100 High Frequency Words

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A checklist/assessment sheet or homework sheet to record whether pupils can read and spell the first 100 high frequency words taken from the DFE Letters and Sounds Appendix 1 next 200 common words. It will highlight/inform the teacher of the words that an individual pupil needs to improve and work on within their reading, writing and spelling. A great sheet to target high frequency word work or to send home for parents to work on the words their child should be able to read and spell.
Next 100 High Frequency Words
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Next 100 High Frequency Words

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A checklist/assessment sheet to record whether pupils can read and spell the next 100 high frequency words taken from the DFE Letters and Sounds Appendix 1 next 200 common words. It will highlight/inform the teacher of the words that an individual pupil needs to improve and work on within their reading, writing and spelling. A great sheet to target high frequency word work or a sheet to send home for parents to know the words their child needs to read and spell.
Handwriting c, o, a, d, g
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Handwriting c, o, a, d, g

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Handwriting practice for the Phase 2 phonemes/sounds c, o, a, d, g, using handwriting line guides. Also colour the picture that starts with the same phoneme/sound as the letter you have written. A great homework sheet or an activity sheet for the writing table/area within your classroom. The cursive letter formation has been added to start your pupils off on each letter formation but also look in my shop for a blank version so you can add the appropriate letter formations for your school.
Phoneme Frames er, ir, ur (4)
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Phoneme Frames er, ir, ur (4)

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A phonic/reading activity sheet to encourage the segmenting and blending of words identifying the focused phoneme within the word before they begin to segment for decoding. This resource focuses on the phonemes er, ir and ur. It allows pupils to decode words using a phoneme frame initially and then challenges them to read further words without a phoneme frame. A great activity to reinforce the graphemes of the ‘er’ phoneme. A small group activity working with a teacher/teaching assistant. Will help with any phonics catch-up across Letters and Sounds Phase 2-5.