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10 Great Phonics Activities for a Rainy Day

Mon 15th October 2018
Rainy days can be a nightmare with littles ones! Take a look at our top 10 rainy day phonics activities, in no particular order: 1. https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/378232068677581075/   2. 

How do I reinforce phonics at home?

Mon 1st October 2018
How do I reinforce phonics at home?
Read with Phonics- When phonics doesn't work

What happens when phonics doesn't work?

Tue 25th September 2018
The fact is that phonics doesn't work for everyone! Writing this as a teacher and the founder of a company that positively promotes phonics, I can see both sides of the fence. Phonics can be the building...

How can I teach phonics at home?

Thu 20th September 2018
If your parent there is a good chance you will have heard about phonics being used at school, as your child starts to learn to read. Before you start teaching or reinforcing phonics at home there are some...

Top 3 Physical Phonics Games for Children

Tue 28th August 2018
Learning phonics through physical games can be great for children's gross motor skills and can contribute to their overall wellbeing. We have created a list of physical phonics games that can combine...

Top 5 Best Books to Inspire Your Child to Read

Mon 27th August 2018
Is there a battle to read? At night before bed, after school, before tea, in the mornings? Do not dispair! We have collected a list of the top 5 children's books of 2018 to get your children inspired to...

What is phonemic awareness?

Mon 27th August 2018
Have you ever heard the term phonemic awareness? Have you ever wondered what it REALLY ment? When your child first starts their educational journey, one the most important stepping stones in their...

Is there a benefit to having a gamification culture in the classroom?

Sun 18th February 2018
The question you are probably asking is what is gamification?   

BLOG: Why doesn't my child want to read?

Sun 14th January 2018
Have you ever heard the words, ‘I don't want to read'. It is probably a phrase that more than half of you reading this have heard at one point or another.