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Phonics Learning

Receptions Phonics Learning

Phonics should be practised daily with your child. Each phonics session should last approximately 20 minutes and allow children to practice reading and writing words, captions and sentences.

Your child will be working at one of the Phases below. Please click on the links to access the resources needed to support your child with their letters and sounds.

Click on the icons below the table to access printable phonics activities.

Phase 2

Phase 3

Phase 4

Sound Recognition

Use the flashcards below to encourage the children to recognise and say all the sounds.

Letter Sound Flashcards

 

Reading Words

Choose 5 words from the link below. Encourage your child to use their ‘robot arms’ to blend and read the words.

Sound Button Cards

 

Writing Words

Choose 5 words from the link below. Encourage your child to use their ‘robot arms’ to isolate the sounds in the word and write them down.

Sound Button Cards

 

Reading Captions

Choose 2 captions from the link below and encourage your child to read each word using their ‘robot arms’ and then reread the complete caption several times.

Phase 2 Captions

 

Writing  Captions

Choose one of the captions from the link below and read it to your child. Encourage your child to count the words in the caption and use their robot arms to spell each word in turn (dictation). They can then check their writing by looking at the caption.

Phase 2 Captions

 

Tricky Words

Children need to be able to read and spell the words below. Please encourage your child to Look-cover-write-check when practising spellings.

I no go to into the

Sound Recognition

Use the flashcards below to encourage the children to recognise and say all the sounds.

Letter Sound Flashcards

 

Reading Words

Choose 5 words from the link below. Encourage children to use their ‘robot’ arms’ to blend and read the words.

Sound Button Cards

 

Writing Words

Choose 5 words from the link below. Encourage children to use their ‘robot’ arms’ to isolate the sounds in the word and write them down.

Sound Button Cards

 

Reading Captions/Sentences

Choose 2 caption from the link below and encourage your child to read each word using their ‘robot arms’ and the reread back the complete sentence.

Phase 3 Captions

Phase 3 Sentences

 

Writing  Captions/Sentences

Choose one of the captions or sentences from the link below and read it to your child. Encourage your child to count the words in the caption and use their robot arms to spell each word in turn (dictation). They can then check their writing by looking at the caption or sentence.

Phase 3 Captions

Phase 3 Sentences

Phase 3 Yes/No Questions

 

Tricky Words

Children need to be able to read and spell the words below. Please encourage your child to Look-cover-write-check when practising spellings.

he me she we be was you are all they my her

 

Sound Recognition

Use the flashcards below to encourage the children to recognise and say all the sounds.

Letter Sound Flashcards

 

Reading Words

Choose 5 words from the link below. Encourage children to use their ‘robot’ arms’ to blend and read the words.

Sound Button Cards

 

Writing Words

Choose 5 words from the link below. Encourage children to use their ‘robot’ arms’ to isolate the sounds in the word and write them down.

Sound Button Cards

 

Reading Captions/Sentences

Choose 2 caption from the link below and encourage your child to read each word using their ‘robot arms’ and the reread back the complete sentence.

Phase 4 Sentences

 

Writing  Captions/Sentences

Choose one of the captions or sentences from the link below and read it to your child. Encourage your child to count the words in the caption and use their robot arms to spell each word in turn (dictation). They can then check their writing by looking at the caption or sentence.

Phase 4 Sentences

Phase 4 Yes/No Questions

 

Tricky Words

Children need to be able to read and spell the words below. Please encourage your child to Look-cover-write-check when practising spellings.

said have like so do some come little one were out what when where

 

 

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