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Education expert Laura Sharp breaks down what phonics is, how phonics is taught in schools, and why phonics is important and useful.
What is phonics? Find out in our phonics guide for parents. Learn about Letters and Sounds, the phonics screening test, and how to practice phonics at home.
Everything you need to know about the phonics screening check, taken by 6-year-olds in Year 1. Phonics advice for parents and activities to try at home.
There are so many easy things you can do to help support your child’s phonics learning. Here are a few ideas from phonics expert Laura Sharp.
If your child is being taught to read using Read Write Inc. Phonics at school, you'll find these kits and flashcards invaluable in supporting their reading development at home
The Oxford Phonics Spelling Dictionary is packed with words ordered by phonic sound to help young children learn how to spell. Enter our competition to win a free copy.
The phonics screening check is an informal way for schools to assess your child's progress in reading. Sarah Loader shares tips for supporting your child's development at home.
Find out what phonics is, learn how to say the sounds, and get expert advice on the best ways to help your child learn to read with phonics.
One of the most valuable skills we can give our children is the ability to communicate well. Read top tips on how to develop communication skills.
Answers to the Oxford Phonics Spelling Dictionary activity sheets.
Children age 5–6 will have a growing knowledge of phonics and will be building up a range of reading skills. Find out how you can support them at home.
Synthetic phonics is a way of teaching reading. The letter 'm' sounds like 'mmmm' when we say it. Children can then start to read words by blending (synthesising) the sounds together to make a word.