Supporting phonics at home
Here you will find a selection of resources that will hopefully support the learning of phonics and reading at home.
At school, we teach Read Write Inc in small groups, following clear expectations and guidelines for the children. At home, you can follow a similar routine if you wish. We intended to deliver training on this during the Spring term and will do so once school is back - these are the training materials. If you have any questions, please email Mr English at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The training materials can be found below:
Read Write Inc resources
The official Read Write Inc website has a great many resources to support parents.
Here you can find pronunciation guides, sound lists and worksheets to support you at home.
Green words are word that children will be expected to sound out - blend - as they learn the sounds. Below are examples of them:
Red words are words that cannot easily be sounded out. Pupils are expected to learn them to read off by heart.
You can support children to learn these through various ways, such as:
The red word lists can be found below:
Read Write Inc during school closures
At this time, Read Write Inc are providing daily YouTube videos for teach teaching speed sounds. There are daily videos for Set One, Two and Three sounds. You can find them from the link below:
Free home reading books
The Oxford Owl website offers free e-books for families these will be linked to the reading level of your child at school. You will need to register and it is free.
Collins publishing: free eBooks
Collins have also opened up many of their reading books available for parents for free. Please follow the weblink below for instructions upon how to access these.