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Printable Vowel And Consonant Phonics Charts

phonics chartsPhonics Printables - 127 Vowel and Consonant Sound Charts

  • MATCHING WORDS HERE

  • Matching The 44 Sounds (Phonemes) and 127 Common ways to spell them (Graphemes).....

  • Print as A5 size or reduce size to smaller using your printer settings....

  • Choose the cards which are appropriate for your level, or focus. Phoneme and Grapheme relationships (sounds and letters) are best introduced slowly over time - add a chart as certain sounds and letters are introduced to your children according to your school phonics program or focus...

  • More Information on Phonemic Awareness

THESE CHARTS HAVE BEEN UPDATED - YEAHHHHHHH !!!!!!

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Printable Phonics Charts - Suggestions for Use


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Phonics Printables Vowels

 

63 VOWEL Phonics Charts

Phonics Words Vowels

 

Vowel Phonics Matching Words

Phonics Printables Consonants

 

64 CONSONANTS Phonics Charts

Phonics Words Consonants

 

Consonant Phonics Matching Words

condensed vowel phonics charts

 

Condensed Vowel Phonics Charts

condensed consonant phonics charts

 

Condensed Consonant Phonics Charts

consonant desktop chart

 

Consonant Desktop Chart

vowel desktop charts

 

Vowel Desktop Chart

Initial Consonant Blends Chart

 

Initial Consonant Blends Charts

Initial Consonant Blends Matching Words

 

Initial Consonant Blends

Matching Words

Final Consonant Blends Charts

 

Final Consonant Blends Charts

Final Consonant Blends Matching Words

 

Final Consonant Blends
Matching Words

  • Just display the cards which are appropriate for your level, or focus at that time. Phoneme and Grapheme relationships (sounds and letters) are best introduced slowly over time - add a chart as the phonics sounds and letters are introduced to your children....

  • Print them off, place on coloured backing card and laminate.  They are ideal for display and reference during writing sessions, shared reading, literacy tasks and works in well with many different phonics programs such as 'thrass', 'jolly phonics', and 'letterland'.

  • Go on a 'word hunt' to find words around the room, in books, in newspapers, magazines, with certain phonic groups.

  • Make language come alive, make finding phonics sounds within words like a treasure hunt.  In much of our reading and writing I would ask the children to go on a sound treasure hunt and see what they can find.  Then circle them, colour them, list them, all sorts of things.

  • These cards are great reference for all of our teacher resources - for example - classroom theme cards, dolch nouns, and dolch sight words all have phonic sounds within them - children could group all the word cards according to the phonics blends contained in the words.

  • Rhyming words in rhymes, poems, and songs are ideal to use with these cards.

  • Display these phonics cards and our new matching phonics word cards underneath - ideal for writing and reading reference.

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