Guide For Parents: How To Help Your Child Read Using Phonics

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  • Checklist of skills

    , Aug 3rd
  • Use with my grandchildren.

    , Feb 14th
  • I would like to teach my child home who is having some difficulties at school.

    , Sep 15th
  • to help with my daughter who has GDD and is starting reception so i want to help her as much as possible before she starts

    , Jul 2nd
    • Hi naomixxjones,
      Lovely to hear you're using this for support at home! Thank you for commenting :)

      , Jul 3rd
  • to provide activities for children during the summer holidays

    , Jun 26th
    • Hi precioussteph,
      Thanks! I'm glad you're enjoying the activity :)

      , Jun 26th
  • To parents who need a bit of guidance and support

    , Jan 20th
  • To give to parents who need guidance.

    , Jan 8th
  • To hand out to parents

    , Jan 7th
  • I was a teacher but I will give it to my daughter so that she has an understanding for our grandson who is starting school this term.

    , Sep 4th
  • This is really helpful. Thank you!

    , Aug 11th
  • Fab! Thanks.

    , Aug 3rd
  • Thank you for this. My son is at the end of year 1, and took his phonics test last month. He scored 10/40; the pass mark being 40. He's also got speech difficulties, and we're querying hearing problems (basic tests have picked up nothing so we are awaiting a more indepth test to rule out any problems, althougn I think it is more of a listening problem than a hearing problem), as well as having tests for dyslexia and dyspraxia (although I have knowledge of both of these, and both school and I don;t think he has them, just to rule them out). We didn't learn to read/write like this when I was at school (and it was just before my 18th birthday when I had my son, so it's not been long really since I was at school!). It is great to find something that explains how phonics works, and hopefully we can improve his levels over the summer holidays. Thank you again!

    , Jul 14th
A handy set of sheets guiding you through how you can help your child to learn to read at home.
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