May 16, 2019. Tagged , , , ,

I shared this information on my instagram page last year but thought it would be super useful as a blog post. If every you have any questions about phonics just pop me an email ) This is a great place to start if you’re a parent and unsure how to support your child. Chances are you’re already doing many of those things.

1. Listen

2. Talk

3. Play

 

So there you are, listen, talk and play is the start to learning phonics. It’s not all about sounding out they’ll be doing that at school it’s more about play and having fun!  Phonics and reading should be enjoyable. If you want to check out phonics printable resources look at these.   Let me know if you try any of this at home. Thanks Michelle

phonic stones with wording parents guide to phonics 3 ways to support at home

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