Phonics Flash Cards

Learn to Read Phonics Flash Cards

 
 
 

Learn to Read Phonics Flash Cards leads the learners through 4 levels and 20 stages of Phonics such as vowel blends, consonant blends, long vowels sounds, digraphs, trigraphs, diphthongs, hard/soft letters, silent letters and more.

  • MASTER THEIR PHONICS, SOUND OUT WORDS AND VASTLY IMPROVE THEIR READING SKILLS:
    62 flashcards; 4 sorting rings; 480 words and pictures; 120 sentences; 4 Difficulty levels; 20 phonogram family groups
     

  • THEY DON'T EVEN REALIZE THEY ARE LEARNING HOW TO READ:
    No eye-rolls or heavy sighs when you pull these out.
    Fun to use and play games with. Interactive visual kit keeps them busy for hours. The bottom line is kids adore them.
     

  • CREATED AND RECOMMENDED BY TEACHERS:
    Level 1 phonics for kindergarten + cvc words blending; Level 2 consonant blends + digraphs; Level 3 long vowels + diphthongs; Level 4 trigraphs + silent letters
     

  • HAS THEM READING IN NO TIME:
    Educational homeschool resource; Teach sounds and blending; Increases in difficulty preschool pre k kindergarten 1st grade 2nd grade 3rd grade set
     

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What are Phonics?

Phonics is a way of teaching children how to read and write. It helps children hear, identify and use different sounds that distinguish one word from another in the English language. Written language can be compared to a code, so knowing the sounds of individual letters and how those letters sound when they’re combined will help children decode words as they read. Understanding phonics will also help children know which letters to use when they are writing words.

Phonics involves matching the sounds of spoken English with individual letters or groups of letters. For example, the sound k can be spelled as c, k, ck or ch. Teaching children to blend the sounds of letters together helps them decode unfamiliar or unknown words by sounding them out. For example, when a child is taught the sounds for the letters t, p, a and s, they can start to build up the words: “tap”, “taps”, “pat”, “pats” and “sat”.

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How is phonics taught?

Introducing young children to the joy and wonder of books requires a systematic teaching of phonics.

Synthetic phonics

The most widely used approach associated with the teaching of reading in which sounds associated with particular letters are pronounced in isolation and blended together. For example, children are taught to take a single-syllable word such as cat apart into its three letters, pronounce a sound for each letter and blend the sounds together to form a word.

Analytical phonics

Using this method the sounds associated with particular letters are not pronounced in isolation. Children identify the common letters in a set of words in which each word contains the letters under study. E.g. how words are the words pat, park, push and pen alike?

Analogy phonics

Children analyze phonic elements according to phonograms in a word. A phonogram is made of a vowel and all the sounds that follow it, such as –ake in the word cake. Children use these phonograms to learn about “word families” like cake, make, bake, fake.

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What's in the box?

 

  • 62 Double Sided Flash Cards,
    each Flash Card is 5' x 3.5'

  • 4 Colored Plastic Rings to organize cards

  • 4 Difficulty Levels (1-4)

  • 20 Phonic Group Sets (1A-5E)

  • 120 Phonics to study

  • 480 Vocabulary examples

  • 480 Pictures

  • 120 Sentences contain 3 examples of the target phonic

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