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Welcome toSpringhead Primary School

Welcome toSpringhead Primary School

Phase 3

Use these links to learn more about about each phase 3 sound

 

Click here to learn about the sound j

 

Click here to learn about the sound v

 

Click here to learn about the sound w

 

Click here to learn about the sound x

 

Click here to learn about the sound y

 

Click here to learn about the sound z

 

Click here to learn about the sound zz

 

Click here to learn about the sound qu

 

Click here to learn about the sound ch

 

Click here to learn about the sound sh

 

Click here to learn about the sound th

 

Click here to learn about the sound ng

 

Click here to learn about the sound ai

 

Click here to learn about the sound ee

 

Click here to learn about the sound igh

 

Click here to learn about the sound oa

 

Click here to learn about the sound oo (short u)

 

Click here to learn about the sound oo (long)

 

Click here to learn about the sound ar

 

Click here to learn about the sound or

 

Click here to learn about the sound ur

 

Click here to learn about the sound ow

 

Click here to learn about the sound oi

 

Click here to learn about the sound ear

 

Click here to learn about the sound air

 

Click here to learn about the sound ure

 

Click here to learn about the sound er

 

Online resources

 

These websites contain various phonics games for children of all abilities.

 

Phonics play - click here

 

Phonics Bloom - click here

 

Top Marks - click here

 

BBC Bitesize - click here

 

 

Reading

 

The Oxford Owl website has lots of online e-books suitable for KS1 children. You can access these by setting up a parent account for free. Once you have access to the site you can select the correct book band for your child. You can access the Oxford Owl website by clicking here.

 

Have you tried...

-Writing questions for your child to read and answer about the book they have read?

-Asking your child to copy a sentence from the book with their neatest handwriting, then improving that sentence by adding an adjective to it?

-Using the school book mark (provided at the start of the school year) to ask questions and ensure your child fully understands what they have read?

-Drawing pictures to retell the main parts of the story they have read?

-Making a list of adjectives to describe the main character in the story?

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