Letters and Sounds (1C): Phase Two Set 1 – Building Words

This is the third part of the Phase 2 set 1 of the letters and sounds phonics learning resources. Click these links to download Part 1 or Part 2.

The Set 1 letters can be used to make seven words: at, a, sat, pat, sap, tap, as.

– Oral Blending: say each sound in a word slowly and then say the sounds quickly to read the word.

– Building Words: cut and paste the letters to make the words, trace the words.


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Letters and Sounds (1B): Phase Two Set 1 – Sorting Sounds

This is the second part of the Phase 2 set 1 of the letters and sounds phonics learning resources. Click here to download the first part.

Cut out the pictures and sort them by their beginning sounds.


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Year 2: Spelling Practice Week 6 the /aɪ/ Sound Words Worksheets and Interactive Games

Y2 Spelling Practice Spring Wk6 Image-page-001Weekly Spelling Practice, week commencing: 11th February 2019

The /aɪ/ sound spelt –y at the end of words.
Regular sounds: cry, fly, sky, July, dry
Common exception word: grass

Worksheets: Year 2 Spelling Practice Week 6 or download here.

Interactive Games: Spelling Check Games

Instructions to make flashcards: In order to make your “/aɪ/ sound” words flashcards you will need cardstock (cereal box), printer, glue or double tape, scissors, laminating film (optional).  Continue reading

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Free Rhyming Words Worksheet “et”

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Use this printable worksheet to learn about basic rhyming words “et”. Continue reading

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Free Rhyming Words Worksheet “at”

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Use this printable worksheet to learn about basic rhyming words “at”. Continue reading

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Free Rhyming Words Worksheet “an”

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Use this printable worksheet to learn about basic rhyming words “an”. Continue reading

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Free Rhyming Words Worksheet “ad”

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Use this printable worksheet to learn about basic rhyming words “ad”. Continue reading

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FREE Traceable Alphabet Worksheets (64 pages)

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These worksheets (64 pages) allow your child to trace and color the Upper case and Lower case letters.

Practise a few without tracing.

Learn to recognise the sounds that each individual letter makes.

Page Instructions: Help the student read, “A is for apple.” Say, ”Repeat the names of the pictures after me: apples, alligator, astronaut. What sound do you hear at the beginning of each word?” Tell the student to trace the letters in the boxes, start at the big dot. Color the page. Continue reading

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New Video; Learn to Read | Come on Read with Me! Part 2 | Words that Rhyme “in”

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A new video has been uploaded, Learn to Read (Kid’s Voice) | Come on Read with Me! Part 2 | Words that Rhyme “in”.

Words that rhyme can be used to teach children to read because it easy to remember.

In this video you will find a family of words with “in” sound, such as Continue reading

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New Video; Learn to Read | Come on Read with Me! Part 1 | Words that Rhyme “at”

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A new video has been uploaded to YouTube, Learn to Read (Kid’s Voice) | Come on Read with Me! Part 1 | Words that Rhyme “at”.

Words that rhyme can be used to teach children to read because it easy to remember.

In this video you will find a family of words with “at” sound, such as Continue reading

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