Understanding phonograms is an essential key to your child’s success in reading and spelling.
It is like the code!
These online tools will make phonograms very simple to understand and easy to teach, as all the preparation has been done for you.
What is a phonogram?
A phonogram is a letter or combination of letters that represent a sound. For example: CK is a phonogram that says /k/ as in clock. S is a phonogram that says /s/ as in sat or /z/ as in has. OY is a phonogram that says /oi/ as in boy.
These 75 phonograms are in a developmental sequence.
They work in conjunction with the order of the words in the Independent Spelling Stars from Foundation program.
Children learn the sound i and t, then the learn the word it, it makes sense!
Children learn each sound by:
- listening to the sound
- saying the sound
- writing the sound
- reading the sound
- 75 phonogram cards set
- 80 videos – 1 for each sound
- 5 extra videos for daily practise
- PDF of a –z mascots for your classroom
- PDF hand writing in all fonts
- PDF jigsaws a – z with mascots
- Has an audio of the sound.
- Pictures to extend the child’s vocabulary using the sound/sounds.
- The written letter
- The mascot with the speech mouth.