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FAQs, top tips, and lots of help in supporting your child learning to read using phonics
Phonics is a way of teaching reading where your child is taught to read letters or groups of letters by saying the sound(s) they represent. Children can then start to read words by blending the sounds together to make a word.
Delightful phonic stories from the nation's favourite children's author.
Everything a parent and child needs for motivating phonics practice at home, all in one convenient pack.
Spelling and reading made easy with phonics.
An enjoyable way to practise key reading skills.
Ruth Miskin’s Read Write Inc. phonics programme teaches reading, writing, and spelling with proven success.
The Phonics Screening Check is taken individually by all children in Year 1 in England. It is not a formal test, but a way for teachers to ensure that children are making sufficient progress in the phonics skills to read words and are on track to become fluent readers who can enjoy reading for pleasure and for learning.
Oxford Owl is a FREE website built to support you with your child's learning. You'll find lots of help and support for phonics, including a guide on how to say the sounds correctly and answers to frequently asked questions, such as "Why does my child need to use the phonics method?"
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