What are the Phase 3 sounds?

What are the Phase 3 sounds?

Phase 3 introduces children to the remaining, more difficult and/or less commonly used phonemes. There are around 25 of these, depending on which scheme is followed, mainly made up of two letters such as /ch/, /ar/, /ow/ and /ee/.

When should phase 3 phonics be taught?

around 12 weeks
Phase 3 takes most children around 12 weeks. By the end, they should be able to say the sound made by most, or all, Phase 2 and 3 graphemes, blend and read CVC words made from these graphemes, read 12 new tricky words and write letters correctly when given an example to copy.

What are the Phase 4 phonics sounds?

Phase 4 phonics letter examples

  • Sk, lt, lp, if, and pt.
  • Scr, shr, thr, nch and str.
  • Fr, nl, fl, gl and pl.
  • Cl, sl, sp, st and tw.
  • Sm, pr, sc, sk and sn.

What are the phases in letters and sounds?

Activities are divided into seven aspects, including environmental sounds, instrumental sounds, body sounds, rhythm and rhyme, alliteration, voice sounds and finally oral blending and segmenting. Learning 19 letters of the alphabet and one sound for each.

What is phase 3 letters and sounds?

In Phase 3, children will learn: j, v, w, x, y, z, zz, qu. Consonant digraphs – ch, sh, th, ng. Vowel digraphs and trigraphs – ai, ee, igh, oa, oo, ar, or, ur, ow, oi, ear, air, ure, er.

How many sets are there in Phase 3?

Phase 3 Teaching Overview

Set 6 j / v / w / x
Set 7 y / z, zz / qu

What is taught in Phase 4 Letters and sounds?

When children start Phase 4 of the Letters and Sounds phonics programme, they will know a grapheme for each of the 42 phonemes. They will be able to blend phonemes to read CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words, and segment in order to spell them.

What is Phase 5 phonics?

Phase 5 Phonics Phase 5 is the fifth stage of the Letters and Sounds programme. In level 5 phonics, pupils will learn to read and spell some polysyllabic (more than one syllable) words and some with adjacent consonants (eg. where). They will also be introduced to more advanced phonemes and graphemes such as ‘ea’.

How do you teach sounds?

5 Fun And Easy Ways To Teach Letter Sounds

  1. 1) Touch And Feel Letters. Humans are tactile creatures, and we depend on touch to tell us a lot about the world around us.
  2. 2) Connect Letter Sounds To Familiar Symbols.
  3. 3) Repetition, Repetition, Repetition.
  4. 4) Digital Letters In The 21st Century.
  5. 5) Bingo.

What is the difference between letters and sounds?

Letters are written, and sounds are spoken. It is important that these functions are not confused. When we write in normal spelling, we are using letters to convey sounds. In English this relationship is only ever a rough guide to pronunciation, and it is certainly not reliable.

What order do you teach phonic sounds?

The order of teaching these phonemes can vary between schools and teaching schemes, but the most common phonemes are usually taught first – such as /t/, /a/, /s/, /n/, /p/ and /i/. Try our ‘s’ lesson pack, to see a range of wonderful Level 2 activities, including a PowerPoint and some games!