This set of sound button cards contains words that you can make with Phase Two's Set 1 and Set 2 phonemes.
Helping children learn to sound out phonemes and blend them to make words can be easier in the early stages with the help of sound buttons. This set of sound button word cards contains the 7 words you can make with Set 1 letters s, a, t and p.
There are approximately 170 word cards in this zip file, divided up by Set for ease of use. The pack comprises many (but not all) of the words you can form with the phonemes and digraphs introduced in Phase Two, and which are pronounced phonetically. There are 4 cards on each page.
When you add in the letters and digraphs in Set 5 - h, b, f, ff, l, ll and ss - children will be able to sound out a large number of one and two syllable words and really gain confidence in their reading.
As always available in UK or US font styles, this pack of word cards includes the additional Phase Two Set 4 phonemes and digraphs ck, e, u and r and allows the children to read another big batch of words, including some really exciting 2-syllable words for the first time, like ticket, pocket, su
When you add in the Set 3 letters (hard) g, o, (hard) c and k to your child's alphabet, an extra 28 words can be added to their reading list - and here they are!
These word cards build on to the letters and words used in Set 1, but add in new letters i, n, m and d. When these words have been introduced, your children will be able to read over 30 words, including some simple names, and they will be able to read a variety of simple sentences.
Here are the 5 true phonics words that you can make with Phase Two Set 1 letters - at, sat, pat, tap and sap - as well as the words "a" and "as".
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