- High Frequency Words – Flash cards
Your child may be able to read a word but then may struggle to read the same word when it starts with a capital letter, e.g. (here, Here) (at, At). Print out these words to help your child learn to read both!
- Letter names, Sounds & Actions
Use these Jolly Phonics actions to help your child learn the many letter sounds and letter names they are expected to learn by the end of Reception.
- Merlin’s segmenting game
A great game to practise segmenting. Look at the picture and “stretch out” the word. Can you work out the missing sound at the end of each picture?
- Snakes & Ladders
This is a great game to practise the letter names and sounds. A blank one has been provided for you to put your own letters or words in. Now print it out and find a dice!
- Words taught in Years 1 & 2
These words are taught in Years 1 & 2. Help your child learn to read and spell them by playing word games with your child, e.g. “Matching Pairs”, “Go Fish!”, “My Pile/Your Pile”, etc.
- Words taught in Reception
These words are taught in Reception. Help your child learn to read and spell them by playing word games with your child, e.g. “Matching Pairs”, “Go Fish!”, “My Pile/Your Pile”, etc.
- The first 100 High Frequency Words
A list of the most commonly used words in reading and writing. Check how many your child can read and spell.
- Vowel digraphs
There is more than one way to spell some of the vowel sounds in the English language, for example, play (ay), they (ey), game (a-e), rain (ai). Use this to help your child learn the different ways to read and spell them.
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