Phonics: Learn To Read (3.5 - 6 years old)
Phonics: Learn To Read (3.5 - 6 years old)

Phonics: Learn To Read (3.5 - 6 years old)

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Introducing Juggle Brain’s new learning folders:

“Phonics – Learn to read”

All of us learnt sounds of English alphabets when we were kids, but as we grew-up we became so accustomed to reading English literature that we don’t think of those sounds anymore, and it comes naturally to us.

But, how do you teach your kids how to read? Where do you start? Is there a scientific way of teaching them how to read?

This is where “Phonics” comes in. Phonics is a way of teaching reading where your child is taught to read letters or groups of letters by saying the sounds they represent. You would be pleasantly surprised to see that once your child learns these sounds they can then start to read words by blending the sounds together to make a word - it works just like Magic

There are many sounds in the English language. Each of the 26 letters in the alphabet has its own sound. This can be very different from the way it sounds in a word. e.g. think of the sound of “a” and then think of the sound of “a” in the word “Arrow”. They are different.

Ofcourse, Phonics is not simple! And that is why our “Phonics – Learn to read” folder deploys a unique child-tested and parent-approved technique of letting children learn through play with the help of popular objects they already know (e.g. Sun, Ant etc.).

“Phonics – Learn to read” learning folder is offered in two parts to ensure your child’s learning progression:

(a) Phonics: Learn to read (Part 1: Beginner)

Suggested age is 3.5 years onwards. As children learn at their own pace, so its advisable to consider their learning level, instead of their age when deciding which folder is suitable for them. Choose this folder if your child is just starting to learn reading.  

(b) Phonics: Learn to read (Part 2: Advanced)

 Choose this folder if your child can already read the following:

  • Sound of the underlined letters in these words: Sun, Ant, Net, Pin, Tap
  • Sound of underlined letters in these words: Cap, Key, Egg, Hat, Rat, Map, Dog
  • Sound of underlined letters in these words: Girl, Orange, bus, Log, Fox, Bag
  • Words such as: Sit, Cat

 

What’s Inside the “Phonics: Learn to read (Part 1: Beginner)”

Fifteen (15) Activity Sheets

  1. Mat – 1: SATIPN sounds. Trace, read and match the objects to the sounds of letters SATIPN
  2. Mat – 1 (I-spy): I-spy with my little eye – Look for objects that start with the SATIPN sounds
  3. Mat – 1 (Practice mat): Just add the alphabet sound to make new words
  4. Mat – 2: CKEHRMD sounds. Trace, read and match the objects to the sounds of letters CKEHRMD
  5. Mat – 2 (I-spy): I-spy with my little eye – Look for objects that start with the CKEHRMD sounds
  6. Mat – 2 (Practice mat): Just add the alphabet sound to make new words
  7. Mat – 3: GOULFB sounds. Trace, read and match the objects to the sounds of letters GOULFB
  8. Mat – 3 (I-spy): I-spy with my little eye – Look for objects that start with the GOULFB sounds
  9. Mat – 3 (Practice mat): Just add the alphabet sound to make new words
  10. CVC words puzzle: CVC words are three letter words where first letter is a consonant, second letter is a Vowel, and third letter is a consonant. This puzzle gives an option of practicing many CVC words using the alphabets provided with the puzzle.
  11. Sight Words: There are many words in English language that children need to just memorise how to read. These are called “sight” words. This sheet contains list of the simpler “sight” words (e.g. “the”, “was”).
  12. Simple Sentences: With the help of sounds that child has learnt so far, they can now try to read some simple sentences
  13. Sounds Practice Mat: Perfect tool for parents to give a alphabet to the child (let’s say “S”), and ask them to “say it”, “write it”, and use it in words
  14. Practice writing your letters in uppercase
  15. Practice writing your letters in lowercase

 

What’s Inside the “Phonics: Learn to read (Part 2: Advanced)”

Seventeen (17) Activity Sheets

 

  1. Mat – 4: Trace, read and match the objects to the sounds ai, j, oa, ie, ee and or
  2. Mat – 4 (I-spy): I-spy with my little eye – Look for objects that contain the sounds ai, j, oa, ie, ee and or
  3. Mat – 4 (Practice mat): Just add the alphabet sound to make new words
  4. Mat – 5: Trace, read and match the objects to the sounds z, w, ng, v, OO and oo
  5. Mat – 5 (I-spy): I-spy with my little eye – Look for objects that contain the sounds z, w, ng, v, OO and oo
  6. Mat – 5 (Practice mat): Just add the alphabet sound to make new words
  7. Mat – 6: Trace, read and match the objects to the sounds y, x, ch, sh and th
  8. Mat – 6 (I-spy): I-spy with my little eye – Look for objects that contain the sounds y, x, ch, sh and th
  9. Mat – 6 (Practice mat): Just add the alphabet sound to make new words
  10. Mat – 7: Trace, read and match the objects to the sounds qu, ou, oi, ue, er and ar
  11. Mat – 7 (I-spy): I-spy with my little eye – Look for objects that contain the sounds qu, ou, oi, ue, er and ar
  12. Mat – 7 (Practice mat): Just add the alphabet sound to make new words
  13. Sight Words: There are many words in English language that children need to just memorise how to read. These are called “sight” words. This sheet contains list of more complex “sight” words (e.g. “across”, “please”)
  14. Simple Sentences: With the help of sounds that child has learnt so far, they can now try to read some simple sentences
  15. Sounds Practice Mat: Perfect tool for parents to give a alphabet to the child (let’s say “S”), and ask them to “say it”, “write it”, and use it in words
  16. Practice writing your letters in uppercase
  17. Practice writing your letters in lowercase

 

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