A pronunciation guide to the blends and clusters in phase 4.
Phase 5 Phonemes
A pronunciation guide to phase 5 phonemes.
Oxford Owl Sounds GuideFor further pronunciation support, listen to each of the sounds that make up the english language here.
Odd and BobClick the play button and choose a grapheme set then select a grapheme from the list. You will see Odd, the green alien, on the left and Bob on the right. A spaceship drops a sweet. Read the word written on the sweet wrapper. If it sounds like a real word, drag the sweet down to the right to give it to Bob. If it sounds like a fake word, drag the sweet down to the left to give it to Odd.
Phonics FrogCan you help phonics frog make it home? Tap the screen or click the mouse to jump across the road without getting hit by traffic. Cross the river by jumping onto lily pads, alligators and floating logs. Alligator tails are safe, but not their mouths. Read the writing on the side of the logs. Be careful. If the word on the log is real the log is safe, but if the word is not real you will fall into the river.
Spooky SoundsChoose a set of sounds to practise. Then listen for the target sound. Drag the correct bubbles into the cauldron. Every 10 correct answers will make a potion to change the frog.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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