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  • Hi,
    Please could you amend the 'i' family. I think this should be a 'short' vowel sound, so 'ill' is correct, but 'pony' and 'monkey' end in a long vowel sound. Plus please could we have a 'a' family eg 'cat'. Thank you

    , Jul 22nd
    • Hi lkansu,
      I am really sorry to hear about this mistake, and I apologise if it has caused you any trouble. It will be changed shortly!

      , Jul 22nd
    • Hi there,
      'Monkey' and 'Pony' are taken from the Letters and Sounds documentation, and do have a short 'i' sound in certain accents. I will ask our lovely resource creation team to look into making an 'a' family resource - although our sound family resources are currently only for sounds with multiple spellings, whereas the 'a' sound only has one.

      I hope this helps!

      , Jul 22nd
  • parents

    , Jul 14th
  • Great for displays in individual SEN work areas

    , May 19th
  • I love the idea of having posters but would find it more effective if there were examples for each of the sounds - like you have in the sound families work mat.

    , Oct 8th
    • Hi belbaxter,
      Thanks for your suggestion! I'll ask our teacher team to look into this for you : )

      , Oct 8th
    • Hi there belbaxter,
      We have made a new resource for you called "Sound Families with Pictures" that will be available on the site in a few days. I hope you find it useful!

      , Dec 16th
  • as a visual reminder at home

    , Sep 17th
  • visuals for home ed

    , May 4th
  • I like the Spelling aspect of THRASS but don't want to do the whole program - this is a great resource for an approach that avoids teaching letters as having only one sound.

    , Jan 17th
  • Planning to use this with some year students who have some gaps in their phonics knowledge - I think grouping the sounds in the visual way will help them 'join the dots' so to speak. Thanks for such great quality products!

    , Sep 21st
  • I use this resource for phonics screening practice. I made them into a power point and added real and alien words. The children link the sounds to the characters. They are learning much quicker this way and, when writing words they can identify the family, they just ask which family member is in the word they are writing. A super resource !

    , May 11th
  • great!

    , Apr 9th
  • Great for use with my readers who still need a little help recognising sound patterns. Brilliant!

    , Feb 5th
  • This is just wonderful! Great resource!

    , Nov 12th
  • love. just love this.

    , Nov 11th
  • officially epic!

    , Apr 30th
  • excellent resource - thanks.

    , Jan 29th
  • A fantastic resource, thanks.

    , Jan 29th
  • These will be great when teaching Phase 5 this year! Thanks.

    , Sep 2nd
  • A great way to show how complicated spelling can be in English!

    , Aug 27th
  • Thank you. I've printed them and will be using them to help my top phonic group next week.

    , Dec 4th
  • Hello trayjue! Thank you for your lovely comment!

    , Aug 28th
  • will be great for display for my phonics wall thanks

    , Aug 28th
Sound Families Display Posters

Sound Families Display Posters - This fantastic set of A4 posters feature a range of phoneme sound families with different alternative spellings for each. Great for your letters and sounds display or for carpet time discussion.
This resource is available in Standard, Cursive and Dyslexic.
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    • Twinkl added Dyslexic Version on Nov 11th
    • Twinkl updated the Main Version on Jul 18th
    • Twinkl added Cursive Version on Feb 15th

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