As a parent, you will probably have
heard the word “phonics” used when
talking about the way that children
learn to read. When you were a child,
it’s possible that you were taught
to read through learning by sight,
looking at the shape of the word as
These days, children are encouraged
to break down the individual sounds in
words in order to “decode” them and
work out what they are.They may also
be pronounced in a different way than
you are familiar with, as children are
taught to only say the very smallest
unit of sound, so for example, the letter
‘m’ is pronounced ‘mmmm’ instead of
‘muh’. Here are some of the key aspects
you’ll need to know to help your children
with their phonics learning.
Please see below some Phonics information which may help you at home.
Mr Brooke and Mrs Cooper
Encourage your child to repeat the sound and word after it has been spoken on the video
Încurajați-vă copilul să repete sunetul și cuvântul după ce a fost spus în videoclip
Заохочуйте дитину повторити звук і слово після того, як це було сказано у відео.
Anime a su hijo a repetir el sonido y la palabra después de que se hayan dicho en el video.
Click the link the below to practise the sounds with your child:
Click the link for your child to practise the words at home:
Click the link below to practise the sight words