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Phonics Tutorials

Have a look at some of these videos to help guide you at home to help your child learn their sounds and how to blend sounds into words.

Read Write Inc. Phonics: Teaching a Set 1 Sound One-to-one

In this clip, watch Tracy at Palmerston Primary School teach Sam the sound 'j' in a one-to-one Speed Sounds lesson. She draws the image of a 'jack in the box', which Sam recognises from the flashcards he's seen in group Speed Sounds lessons. - - - Did you like this video?

Information for Parents: How to say the sounds

You can find an updated version of this video here: https://youtu.be/KFn8TEQeBaA Confused about how to pronounce the sounds found in Read Write Inc. Phonics? Worry not - 5-year-old Sylvie is here to show you how! Use this guide to support your child when practising the sounds at home.

Read Write Inc. Phonics: Year 1 learn to read a split grapheme

Catherine explains to her Year 1 class how, in the split grapheme 'o-e', the two letters do not sit next to each other anymore because they were too chatty! This is a Set 3 Speed Sound Lesson. - - - Did you like this video?

Read Write Inc. Phonics: Year 1 learn to read a Set 3 Sound

In this clip, Sian introduces the Set 3 Sound 'ew' to her Year 1 class! She uses a variety of techniques to help fix the sound in their memory. - - - Did you like this video?

Read Write Inc. Phonics: Year 1 learn to read the syllables 'cious' and 'tious'

Watch Cassey teach the syllables 'cious' and 'tious' to her Year 1 class. Scrumptious, delicious! - - - Did you like this video?

Read Write Inc. Phonics: Two Letters, One Sound

Watch our trainer Ruth show delegates how to teach the sound 'ay' on a recent free Screening Check Prep session. Love a bit of audience participation! - - - Did you like this video?

Read Write Inc. Phonics: Learning to blend

In this clip from Palmerston Primary School, Tracy teaches her Reception class how to blend sounds together to read words. She ensures that all the children can read the word before they read it independently on their magnetic boards. - - - Did you like this video?

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