By Small Talk Speech Pathology

Monday, 4 March 2013

DIY Phonic Flip Book- Learn to Read

"What you will need to make your own phonics flip chart:
  • Wirebound Index Card Book
  • Scissors
  • Tape
  • Marker
Divide your flip chart into 3 sections for 3 letter words or 4 sections to work on consonant blends.
After you cut the number of sections that you want, label each card with a letter (a-z).  You could try adding several common blends on the ends or at the start (ex: ch, sh, th, gr, cl, sp, st, fr etc.)." - Kids Activity Blog
Label your middle section with short vowels (a, e, i, o, u, oo)
If your child is grade 1 or older you can also include long vowels
(ay/ai, or/aw/au, er/ir/ur, oo/ue/ui/ew, oy/oi, ar, ie/y, ee/ea, oe/oa, ou/ow)
This can be used as a spelling or reading tool for real words and for non words.
make up some silly non words and have your child sound them out e.g. cr/oa/sk = croask, or even dictate a real or made up word to your child and have them spell it using the flip book.
Alternatively you could use the same concept to work on Word Families.

Check out all the details on Rachel's


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