Phase 4 Phonics
The main aim of this phase is to consolidate the children's knowledge. This phase helps children to blend and segment words with adjacent consonants for example, 'truck' and 'help'. These adjacent consonant phonemes can both be heard when you say the word which makes them different from a digraph, where there are two letters that make just one sound. Children are introduced to multi-syllabic words such as 'starfish' and learn another set of 'tricky words'.
Phase 4 Tricky Words
Join in with Miss Halliday and read the 'tricky words'.
Blending to Read
Below are some videos you can join in with to practise blending to read words.
Phase 4 Blending to Read
Phase 4 Blending to Read - Multi-Syllabic Words
Yes or No Questions
Read the questions and decide if the answer is 'yes' or 'no'.
Blend the phonemes (sounds) to read the words.
Help Phonics Frog find some treasure by reading the real words.
Who Said it?
Read the sentences before your time runs out and decide 'Who said it?'
Segmenting to Spell
Below are some activities to help you practise segmenting words to spell them. You will need something to write with and write on and, your phoneme fingers or Spider-Man arms to help you segment words.
Silly Soup - Sentences
Phonics Frog has been getting up to mischief, find out what he has put in his silly soup and let's write some sentences together.
Magic Bag - Word Writing
Join in with magic bag and have a go at writing the words.