Sound: Phase 3 phonemes

Week 4

In this fourth week of Phase 4, children will continue to revise phase 2 and 3 phonemes and graphemes, as well as recognising, saying and reading and writing words with adjacent consonants. Children will also have a go at reading sentences with polysyllabic words.

Week 3

In this third week of Phase 4, children will continue revising phase 3 graphemes and phonemes and will start reading words with adjacent consonants. Children will work on the tricky words: were, there, little, one, they, all and are. They will also work on reading and making simple sentences.

Monday

Letters and Sounds aligned phase 4 phonics planning & phonics scheme following the order of teaching of L and S framework | Time for Phonics

Friday

Letters and Sounds aligned phase 4 phonics planning & phonics scheme following the order of teaching of L and S framework | Time for Phonics

Tuesday

Letters and Sounds aligned phase 4 phonics planning & phonics scheme following the order of teaching of L and S framework | Time for Phonics

Phase 4

Children entering phase 4 will know the 44 phonemes, and be able to blend phonemes to read CVC words and segment CVC words for spelling. They will have some experience in reading two-syllable words and captions. They will know letter names and be able to read and spell some tricky words.

The purpose of phase 4 is to consolidate children’s knowledge of graphemes in reading and spelling words containing adjacent consonants and polysyllabic words.

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