Push your students' reading and writing skills to the next level with our Phase 5 phonics worksheets.
In Phase Five of the DFE Letters and Sounds program, children learn a new range of graphemes and phonemes.
This set contains the decodable words listed in Letters and Sounds using the new graphemes introduced in phase 5.
38 pages, 227 cards altogether (including duplicates provided with different styles for the letter k).
In Phase 5, children are taught that the phoneme /a/ can also be represented by the graphemes 'ay' (as in play) or 'a-e' (as in make).
This variation needs to be taught as it is common in our language system.Get to grips with reading new graphemes including split vowel digraphs. Sort alternative pronunciations by sound and put it all into practice by reading humorous stories. Some of these graphemes represent phonemes (sounds) that they have already learnt a grapheme for.For example, in Phase 3 children were taught 'ai' as the grapheme for the phoneme /a/ (as in rain).Suitable for: 3-5, 5-6, 6-7, 7 Help pupils both at home and school with our revolutionary A5 Letters and Sounds Phase 5 Activity Book 1.Its clear but exciting pages offer daily activities for reading, spelling and writing new sounds, words and sentences.The check is very similar to tasks the children already complete during daily phonics lessons.The focus of the check is to provide evidence of children’s decoding and blending skills. The check will consist of 20 ‘real’ words and 20 ‘non-words,’ (40 words in total).At the meeting we will show you examples of the kinds of words your child will need to read and give examples of how you can support your child at home before the screening takes place.Learning the alphabet and how recognize letters is the first step to literacy, but true reading fluency doesn’t take shape until children master phonics.