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Phonics ... Need help

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Changeitplease Mon 09-Feb-15 11:22:18

Can anyone recommend best books / workbooks / flash cards for teaching phonics to 3.5 year old? Thanks so much!!!

Meplusyouequals4 Mon 09-Feb-15 12:57:19

2 websites I find very helpful. they have loads of stuff you can print off and do. I've been using them since DD was 3 she is now 5 (started reception in September 2014) and is on phase 4.

www.twinkl.co.uk

www.primaryresources.co.uk

Zsazsabinks Mon 09-Feb-15 13:10:17

When they start school they use 'jolly phonics' and you can find all of the videos on youtube. They're songs of the sounds with actions.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Djz82FBYiug

DD1 didn't learn them in order of the alphabet, but frequency. I think the first were /a/, /p/, and /t/. She loved them!

Changeitplease Mon 09-Feb-15 20:53:31

Thank you both. That is really helpful!

BallroomWithNoBalls Mon 09-Feb-15 21:02:43

Just marking place - my 3yo has suddenly become really interested in letters.

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