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Word Wizard Phonics Expected Set 10: Vowels oo.ar
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Word Wizard Phonics Expected Set 10: Vowels oo.ar

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Introducing vowel sounds: oo as in look & ar as in car To become a Word Wizard you need to learn magic spells! The Word Wizard Phonics & Handwriting schemes are designed for teachers, tutors and parents to use without needing specialist training. Free planning examples can be found at thinky.xyz Features of the phonics scheme include: exploring letter shapes exploring letter sounds building spoken vocabulary and grammar continuous progressive consolidation Every letter shape has been deconstructed for children to trace with their Word Wands (or magic pointing fingers). Each new letter is placed into a word alongside letters that children have previously learned. This ensures children are continuously consolidating their learning and helps them understand the relationship between letters and words. Each new word includes a symbol and a definition to help prompt discussions about how words can be used in spoken language. Supporting children to develop their spoken vocabulary and grammar in this way helps ensure they can use phonics as an effective reading strategy. Children can develop their fine motor skills by cutting and pasting letters into words with the Word Maker sheets and they can work with friends to create Word Lines and better understand how letters form words. Included in this resource: Explore sounds with mouth shapes Breakdown of the letter shapes Variations of letter shapes for print and handwriting Examples of words that can be made using phonemes that have been previously taught Discussion prompts about using words in spoken sentences Word Line activity Letter Sound and Shape sheets Flashcards with sound symbols Word Maker sheets This is Set 10 of the Expected Level and would normally be used with children at the beginning stages of learning to read. The scheme is designed to complement the Word Wizard Handwriting schemes (available in cursive, lowercase print and uppercase). Additional phonics resources are available for the Advanced stages and consolidation.
Word Wizard Phonics Expected Set 12: Vowels ou.oy
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Word Wizard Phonics Expected Set 12: Vowels ou.oy

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Introducing vowel sounds: ou as in out & oy as in joy To become a Word Wizard you need to learn magic spells! The Word Wizard Phonics & Handwriting schemes are designed for teachers, tutors and parents to use without needing specialist training. Free planning examples can be found at thinky.xyz Features of the phonics scheme include: exploring letter shapes exploring letter sounds building spoken vocabulary and grammar continuous progressive consolidation Every letter shape has been deconstructed for children to trace with their Word Wands (or magic pointing fingers). Each new letter is placed into a word alongside letters that children have previously learned. This ensures children are continuously consolidating their learning and helps them understand the relationship between letters and words. Each new word includes a symbol and a definition to help prompt discussions about how words can be used in spoken language. Supporting children to develop their spoken vocabulary and grammar in this way helps ensure they can use phonics as an effective reading strategy. Children can develop their fine motor skills by cutting and pasting letters into words with the Word Maker sheets and they can work with friends to create Word Lines and better understand how letters form words. Included in this resource: Explore sounds with mouth shapes Breakdown of the letter shapes Variations of letter shapes for print and handwriting Examples of words that can be made using phonemes that have been previously taught Discussion prompts about using words in spoken sentences Word Line activity Letter Sound and Shape sheets Flashcards with sound symbols Word Maker sheets This is Set 12 of the Expected Level and would normally be used with children at the beginning stages of learning to read. The scheme is designed to complement the Word Wizard Handwriting schemes (available in cursive, lowercase print and uppercase). Additional phonics resources are available for the Advanced stages and consolidation.
Word Wizard Phonics Consolidation Boost Pack 2
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Consolidation activities featuring the letters and sounds taught to children during their first twelve weeks of learning phonics. Children are not expected to blend words at this stage but are shown phonemes in the context of words in order to help them understand the relationship between letters and words. Each phoneme in each word includes a sound symbol to help children identify whether a sound is short or stretched. Each word includes a description and an illustration. Use these to discuss how the words can be used in spoken sentences. Supporting children to develop their spoken vocabulary and grammar is critical for them to use phonics as an effective reading strategy. Use the Word Line activity for children to take it in turns to work together and place letters into the order of words. You can do lots of variations with this activity including racing to see how quickly children can get into correct orders. Help children develop their fine motor skills with the Word Maker sheets on which they can cut out letters and stick them into words before having a go at tracing. Additional consolidation activities are in Boost Pack 1 which covers only the phonemes taught to children during weeks 1-6 of their phonics programme. The Boost Packs are intended for initial quick consolidation while children are still being actively taught their basic phonemes. Extended consolidation activities are available for after children have learned all of their basic phonemes and are beginning to learn to blend letters into words. Extended consolidation resources can be found here.
Word Wizard Phonics Expected Set 6: th.z.ch
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Word Wizard Phonics Expected Set 6: th.z.ch

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Introducing Phonemes th.z.ch To become a Word Wizard you need to learn magic spells! The Word Wizard Phonics & Handwriting schemes are designed for teachers, tutors and parents to use without needing specialist training. Free planning examples can be found at thinky.xyz Features of the phonics scheme include: exploring letter shapes exploring letter sounds building spoken vocabulary and grammar continuous progressive consolidation Every letter shape has been deconstructed for children to trace with their Word Wands (or magic pointing fingers). Each new letter is placed into a word alongside letters that children have previously learned. This ensures children are continuously consolidating their learning and helps them understand the relationship between letters and words. Each new word includes a symbol and a definition to help prompt discussions about how words can be used in spoken language. Supporting children to develop their spoken vocabulary and grammar in this way helps ensure they can use phonics as an effective reading strategy. Children can develop their fine motor skills by cutting and pasting letters into words with the Word Maker sheets and they can work with friends to create Word Lines and better understand how letters form words. Included in this resource: Explore sounds with mouth shapes Breakdown of the letter shapes Variations of letter shapes for print and handwriting Examples of words that can be made using phonemes that have been previously taught Discussion prompts about using words in spoken sentences Word Line activity Letter Sound and Shape sheets Flashcards with sound symbols Word Maker sheets This is Set 6 of the Expected Level and would normally be used with children at the beginning stages of learning to read. The scheme is designed to complement the Word Wizard Handwriting schemes (available in cursive, lowercase print and uppercase). Additional phonics resources are available for the Advanced stages and consolidation.
Word Wizard Phonics Expected Set 7: qu.x.nk.ng
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Word Wizard Phonics Expected Set 7: qu.x.nk.ng

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Introducing consonant blends: qu.nk and the phonemes: x.ng To become a Word Wizard you need to learn magic spells! The Word Wizard Phonics & Handwriting schemes are designed for teachers, tutors and parents to use without needing specialist training. Free planning examples can be found at thinky.xyz Features of the phonics scheme include: exploring letter shapes exploring letter sounds building spoken vocabulary and grammar continuous progressive consolidation Every letter shape has been deconstructed for children to trace with their Word Wands (or magic pointing fingers). Each new letter is placed into a word alongside letters that children have previously learned. This ensures children are continuously consolidating their learning and helps them understand the relationship between letters and words. Each new word includes a symbol and a definition to help prompt discussions about how words can be used in spoken language. Supporting children to develop their spoken vocabulary and grammar in this way helps ensure they can use phonics as an effective reading strategy. Children can develop their fine motor skills by cutting and pasting letters into words with the Word Maker sheets and they can work with friends to create Word Lines and better understand how letters form words. Included in this resource: Explore sounds with mouth shapes Breakdown of the letter shapes Variations of letter shapes for print and handwriting Examples of words that can be made using phonemes that have been previously taught Discussion prompts about using words in spoken sentences Word Line activity Letter Sound and Shape sheets Flashcards with sound symbols Word Maker sheets This is Set 7 of the Expected Level and would normally be used with children at the beginning stages of learning to read. The scheme is designed to complement the Word Wizard Handwriting schemes (available in cursive, lowercase print and uppercase). Additional phonics resources are available for the Advanced stages and consolidation.
Word Wizard Phonics Expected Set 8: Vowels ay.ee
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Word Wizard Phonics Expected Set 8: Vowels ay.ee

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Introducing vowel sounds: ay as in play & ee as in tree To become a Word Wizard you need to learn magic spells! The Word Wizard Phonics & Handwriting schemes are designed for teachers, tutors and parents to use without needing specialist training. Free planning examples can be found at thinky.xyz Features of the phonics scheme include: exploring letter shapes exploring letter sounds building spoken vocabulary and grammar continuous progressive consolidation Every letter shape has been deconstructed for children to trace with their Word Wands (or magic pointing fingers). Each new letter is placed into a word alongside letters that children have previously learned. This ensures children are continuously consolidating their learning and helps them understand the relationship between letters and words. Each new word includes a symbol and a definition to help prompt discussions about how words can be used in spoken language. Supporting children to develop their spoken vocabulary and grammar in this way helps ensure they can use phonics as an effective reading strategy. Children can develop their fine motor skills by cutting and pasting letters into words with the Word Maker sheets and they can work with friends to create Word Lines and better understand how letters form words. Included in this resource: Explore sounds with mouth shapes Breakdown of the letter shapes Variations of letter shapes for print and handwriting Examples of words that can be made using phonemes that have been previously taught Discussion prompts about using words in spoken sentences Word Line activity Letter Sound and Shape sheets Flashcards with sound symbols Word Maker sheets This is Set 8 of the Expected Level and would normally be used with children at the beginning stages of learning to read. The scheme is designed to complement the Word Wizard Handwriting schemes (available in cursive, lowercase print and uppercase). Additional phonics resources are available for the Advanced stages and consolidation.
Word Wizard Phonics Expected Set 3: c.k.u.b.ck
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Word Wizard Phonics Expected Set 3: c.k.u.b.ck

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Introducing Phonemes c.k.u.b.ck To become a Word Wizard you need to learn magic spells! The Word Wizard Phonics & Handwriting schemes are designed for teachers, tutors and parents to use without needing specialist training. Free planning examples can be found at thinky.xyz Features of the phonics scheme include: exploring letter shapes exploring letter sounds building spoken vocabulary and grammar continuous progressive consolidation Every letter shape has been deconstructed for children to trace with their Word Wands (or magic pointing fingers). Each new letter is placed into a word alongside letters that children have previously learned. This ensures children are continuously consolidating their learning and helps them understand the relationship between letters and words. Each new word includes a symbol and a definition to help prompt discussions about how words can be used in spoken language. Supporting children to develop their spoken vocabulary and grammar in this way helps ensure they can use phonics as an effective reading strategy. Children can develop their fine motor skills by cutting and pasting letters into words with the Word Maker sheets and they can work with friends to create Word Lines and better understand how letters form words. Included in this resource: Explore sounds with mouth shapes Breakdown of the letter shapes Variations of letter shapes for print and handwriting Examples of words that can be made using phonemes that have been previously taught Discussion prompts about using words in spoken sentences Word Line activity Letter Sound and Shape sheets Flashcards with sound symbols Word Maker sheets This is Set 3 of the Expected Level and would normally be used with children at the beginning stages of learning to read. The scheme is designed to complement the Word Wizard Handwriting schemes (available in cursive, lowercase print and uppercase). Additional phonics resources are available for the Advanced stages and consolidation.
Word Wizard Phonics Expected Set 4: e.f.l.h.sh
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Word Wizard Phonics Expected Set 4: e.f.l.h.sh

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Introducing Phonemes e.f.l.h.sh To become a Word Wizard you need to learn magic spells! The Word Wizard Phonics & Handwriting schemes are designed for teachers, tutors and parents to use without needing specialist training. Free planning examples can be found at thinky.xyz Features of the phonics scheme include: exploring letter shapes exploring letter sounds building spoken vocabulary and grammar continuous progressive consolidation Every letter shape has been deconstructed for children to trace with their Word Wands (or magic pointing fingers). Each new letter is placed into a word alongside letters that children have previously learned. This ensures children are continuously consolidating their learning and helps them understand the relationship between letters and words. Each new word includes a symbol and a definition to help prompt discussions about how words can be used in spoken language. Supporting children to develop their spoken vocabulary and grammar in this way helps ensure they can use phonics as an effective reading strategy. Children can develop their fine motor skills by cutting and pasting letters into words with the Word Maker sheets and they can work with friends to create Word Lines and better understand how letters form words. Included in this resource: Explore sounds with mouth shapes Breakdown of the letter shapes Variations of letter shapes for print and handwriting Examples of words that can be made using phonemes that have been previously taught Discussion prompts about using words in spoken sentences Word Line activity Letter Sound and Shape sheets Flashcards with sound symbols Word Maker sheets This is Set 4 of the Expected Level and would normally be used with children at the beginning stages of learning to read. The scheme is designed to complement the Word Wizard Handwriting schemes (available in cursive, lowercase print and uppercase). Additional phonics resources are available for the Advanced stages and consolidation.
Word Wizard Phonics Expected Set 5: r.j.v.y.w
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Word Wizard Phonics Expected Set 5: r.j.v.y.w

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Introducing Phonemes r.j.v.y.w To become a Word Wizard you need to learn magic spells! The Word Wizard Phonics & Handwriting schemes are designed for teachers, tutors and parents to use without needing specialist training. Free planning examples can be found at thinky.xyz Features of the phonics scheme include: exploring letter shapes exploring letter sounds building spoken vocabulary and grammar continuous progressive consolidation Every letter shape has been deconstructed for children to trace with their Word Wands (or magic pointing fingers). Each new letter is placed into a word alongside letters that children have previously learned. This ensures children are continuously consolidating their learning and helps them understand the relationship between letters and words. Each new word includes a symbol and a definition to help prompt discussions about how words can be used in spoken language. Supporting children to develop their spoken vocabulary and grammar in this way helps ensure they can use phonics as an effective reading strategy. Children can develop their fine motor skills by cutting and pasting letters into words with the Word Maker sheets and they can work with friends to create Word Lines and better understand how letters form words. Included in this resource: Explore sounds with mouth shapes Breakdown of the letter shapes Variations of letter shapes for print and handwriting Examples of words that can be made using phonemes that have been previously taught Discussion prompts about using words in spoken sentences Word Line activity Letter Sound and Shape sheets Flashcards with sound symbols Word Maker sheets This is Set 5 of the Expected Level and would normally be used with children at the beginning stages of learning to read. The scheme is designed to complement the Word Wizard Handwriting schemes (available in cursive, lowercase print and uppercase). Additional phonics resources are available for the Advanced stages and consolidation.
Word Wizard Phonics Consolidation Boost Pack 1
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Word Wizard Phonics Consolidation Boost Pack 1

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Consolidation activities featuring only the letters and sounds taught to children during their first six weeks of learning phonics. Children are not expected to blend words at this stage but are shown phonemes in the context of words in order to help them understand the relationship between letters and words. Each phoneme in each word includes a sound symbol to help children identify whether a sound is short or stretched. Each word includes a description and an illustration. Use these to discuss how the words can be used in spoken sentences. Supporting children to develop their spoken vocabulary and grammar is critical for them to use phonics as an effective reading strategy. Use the Word Line activity for children to take it in turns to work together and place letters into the order of words. You can do lots of variations with this activity including racing to see how quickly children can get into correct orders. Help children develop their fine motor skills with the Word Maker sheets on which they can cut out letters and stick them into words before having a go at tracing. Further consolidation activities are in Boost Pack 2 which covers the remaining consonant phonemes and early vowels taught to children during the weeks 7-12 of their phonics programme. The Boost Packs are intended for initial quick consolidation while children are still being actively taught their basic phonemes. Extended consolidation activities are available for after children have learned all of their basic phonemes and are beginning to learn to blend letters into words. Extended consolidation resources can be found here.
Word Wizard Phonics Expected Set 11: Vowels or.air.ir
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Word Wizard Phonics Expected Set 11: Vowels or.air.ir

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Introducing vowel sounds: or as in horn, air as in hair & ir as in stir To become a Word Wizard you need to learn magic spells! The Word Wizard Phonics & Handwriting schemes are designed for teachers, tutors and parents to use without needing specialist training. Free planning examples can be found at thinky.xyz Features of the phonics scheme include: exploring letter shapes exploring letter sounds building spoken vocabulary and grammar continuous progressive consolidation Every letter shape has been deconstructed for children to trace with their Word Wands (or magic pointing fingers). Each new letter is placed into a word alongside letters that children have previously learned. This ensures children are continuously consolidating their learning and helps them understand the relationship between letters and words. Each new word includes a symbol and a definition to help prompt discussions about how words can be used in spoken language. Supporting children to develop their spoken vocabulary and grammar in this way helps ensure they can use phonics as an effective reading strategy. Children can develop their fine motor skills by cutting and pasting letters into words with the Word Maker sheets and they can work with friends to create Word Lines and better understand how letters form words. Included in this resource: Explore sounds with mouth shapes Breakdown of the letter shapes Variations of letter shapes for print and handwriting Examples of words that can be made using phonemes that have been previously taught Discussion prompts about using words in spoken sentences Word Line activity Letter Sound and Shape sheets Flashcards with sound symbols Word Maker sheets This is Set 11 of the Expected Level and would normally be used with children at the beginning stages of learning to read. The scheme is designed to complement the Word Wizard Handwriting schemes (available in cursive, lowercase print and uppercase). Additional phonics resources are available for the Advanced stages and consolidation.
Word Wizard Phonics Expected Set 1: a.m.t.s.d
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Word Wizard Phonics Expected Set 1: a.m.t.s.d

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Introducing Phonemes a.m.t.s.d To become a Word Wizard you need to learn magic spells! The Word Wizard Phonics & Handwriting schemes are designed for teachers, tutors and parents to use without needing specialist training. Free planning examples can be found at thinky.xyz Features of the phonics scheme include: exploring letter shapes exploring letter sounds building spoken vocabulary and grammar continuous progressive consolidation Every letter shape has been deconstructed for children to trace with their Word Wands (or magic pointing fingers). Each new letter is placed into a word alongside letters that children have previously learned. This ensures children are continuously consolidating their learning and helps them understand the relationship between letters and words. Each new word includes a symbol and a definition to help prompt discussions about how words can be used in spoken language. Supporting children to develop their spoken vocabulary and grammar in this way helps ensure they can use phonics as an effective reading strategy. Children can develop their fine motor skills by cutting and pasting letters into words with the Word Maker sheets and they can work with friends to create Word Lines and better understand how letters form words. Included in this resource: Explore sounds with mouth shapes Breakdown of the letter shapes Variations of letter shapes for print and handwriting Examples of words that can be made using phonemes that have been previously taught Discussion prompts about using words in spoken sentences Word Line activity Letter Sound and Shape sheets Flashcards with sound symbols Word Maker sheets This is Set 1 of the Expected Level and would normally be used with children at the beginning stages of learning to read. The scheme is designed to complement the Word Wizard Handwriting schemes (available in cursive, lowercase print and uppercase). Additional phonics resources are available for the Advanced stages and consolidation.
Word Wizard Phonics Expected Set 2: i.n.o.p.g
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Word Wizard Phonics Expected Set 2: i.n.o.p.g

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Introducing Phonemes i.n.o.p.g To become a Word Wizard you need to learn magic spells! The Word Wizard Phonics & Handwriting schemes are designed for teachers, tutors and parents to use without needing specialist training. Free planning examples can be found at thinky.xyz Features of the phonics scheme include: exploring letter shapes exploring letter sounds building spoken vocabulary and grammar continuous progressive consolidation Every letter shape has been deconstructed for children to trace with their Word Wands (or magic pointing fingers). Each new letter is placed into a word alongside letters that children have previously learned. This ensures children are continuously consolidating their learning and helps them understand the relationship between letters and words. Each new word includes a symbol and a definition to help prompt discussions about how words can be used in spoken language. Supporting children to develop their spoken vocabulary and grammar in this way helps ensure they can use phonics as an effective reading strategy. Children can develop their fine motor skills by cutting and pasting letters into words with the Word Maker sheets and they can work with friends to create Word Lines and better understand how letters form words. Included in this resource: Explore sounds with mouth shapes Breakdown of the letter shapes Variations of letter shapes for print and handwriting Examples of words that can be made using phonemes that have been previously taught Discussion prompts about using words in spoken sentences Word Line activity Letter Sound and Shape sheets Flashcards with sound symbols Word Maker sheets This is Set 2 of the Expected Level and would normally be used with children at the beginning stages of learning to read. The scheme is designed to complement the Word Wizard Handwriting schemes (available in cursive, lowercase print and uppercase). Additional phonics resources are available for the Advanced stages and consolidation.
Word Wizard Phonics Expected Set 9: Vowels igh.ow
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Word Wizard Phonics Expected Set 9: Vowels igh.ow

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Introducing vowel sounds: igh as in high & ow as in snow To become a Word Wizard you need to learn magic spells! The Word Wizard Phonics & Handwriting schemes are designed for teachers, tutors and parents to use without needing specialist training. Free planning examples can be found at thinky.xyz Features of the phonics scheme include: exploring letter shapes exploring letter sounds building spoken vocabulary and grammar continuous progressive consolidation Every letter shape has been deconstructed for children to trace with their Word Wands (or magic pointing fingers). Each new letter is placed into a word alongside letters that children have previously learned. This ensures children are continuously consolidating their learning and helps them understand the relationship between letters and words. Each new word includes a symbol and a definition to help prompt discussions about how words can be used in spoken language. Supporting children to develop their spoken vocabulary and grammar in this way helps ensure they can use phonics as an effective reading strategy. Children can develop their fine motor skills by cutting and pasting letters into words with the Word Maker sheets and they can work with friends to create Word Lines and better understand how letters form words. Included in this resource: Explore sounds with mouth shapes Breakdown of the letter shapes Variations of letter shapes for print and handwriting Examples of words that can be made using phonemes that have been previously taught Discussion prompts about using words in spoken sentences Word Line activity Letter Sound and Shape sheets Flashcards with sound symbols Word Maker sheets This is Set 9 of the Expected Level and would normally be used with children at the beginning stages of learning to read. The scheme is designed to complement the Word Wizard Handwriting schemes (available in cursive, lowercase print and uppercase). Additional phonics resources are available for the Advanced stages and consolidation.
Phonics Monitoring & Progress Pack
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Phonics Monitoring & Progress Pack

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Comprehensive and simple to use progress and monitoring resources to quickly identify children’s development and gaps in learning. Use the resources at the beginning of children’s learning to identify a baseline and then repeat periodically to monitor progress. Includes: Read Sheet: Quickly cover every phoneme and word on a single sheet Individual Child Progress Sheet Class Tracking Sheets Personal writing book Personal Progress Record Flashcards for all assessment phonemes and words Can be adapted for use alongside other phonics schemes and will work perfectly for those following the Word Wizard Phonics scheme. Ideal for using during consolidation weeks alongside Phonics Boost Pack 1 and Phonics Boost Pack 2.
Word Wizard Phonics Complete Scheme
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Word Wizard Phonics Complete Scheme

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Complete Expected Phonics for 4-6 year olds This includes 12 sets of weekly teaching resources for introducing children to all the letters and sounds they are expected to learn at age 4-6 (Foundation Stage) and two sets of initial consolidation activities (total of 14 weeks activities). To become a Word Wizard you need to learn magic spells! The Word Wizard Phonics & Handwriting schemes are designed for teachers, tutors and parents to use without needing specialist training. Free planning examples are included in the previews and additional free guidance can be found at thinky.xyz Features of the phonics scheme include: exploring letter shapes exploring letter sounds building spoken vocabulary and grammar continuous progressive consolidation Every letter shape has been deconstructed for children to trace with their Word Wands (or magic pointing fingers). Each new letter is placed into a word alongside letters that children have previously learned. This ensures children are continuously consolidating their learning and helps them understand the relationship between letters and words. Each new word includes a symbol and a definition to help prompt discussions about how words can be used in spoken language. Supporting children to develop their spoken vocabulary and grammar in this way helps ensure they can use phonics as an effective reading strategy. Children can develop their fine motor skills by cutting and pasting letters into words with the Word Maker sheets and they can work with friends to create Word Lines and better understand how letters form words. Included in each set: Explore sounds with mouth shapes Breakdown of the letter shapes Variations of letter shapes for print and handwriting Examples of words that can be made using phonemes that have been previously taught Discussion prompts about using words in spoken sentences Word Line activity Letter Sound and Shape sheets Flashcards with sound symbols Word Maker sheets The Expected Level would normally be used with children at the beginning stages of learning to read. The scheme is designed to complement the Word Wizard Handwriting schemes (available in cursive, lowercase print and uppercase). Additional phonics resources are available for the Advanced stages and consolidation. Includes versions for US-English and British-English.
Word Wizard Reading Guide for Parents
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Word Wizard Reading Guide for Parents

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Reading Together with your Child Print this guide double-sided and then fold it and fold again to create a short guide packed with tips to help parents support their child’s reading development at home.
Introduction to Phonics for Children
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Introduction to Phonics for Children

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Helping children understand phonics Help children get an understanding of the concept of using phonics as a reading strategy before diving into learning phonics. This short set of slides introduces the concepts of reading and phonics to children. It includes activities for learning to associate sounds with symbols and an example of how picture symbols became the letters of the alphabet. Use this as an introduction for children at the very beginning of their training to become word wizards.