Your student must start with the speech sound grid which is not 26 alphabet letters but is 46 speech sounds. Without using all 46 speech sounds and their multiple letter patterns it is like asking your child to learn maths, not teaching them the numbers 3, 11, and 19 and being surprised why they can’t add up. It is surprising to see how many literacy teaching programs are not equipping children with basic building blocks for them to read and spell.
So where do you start…
You MUST have the Phonic All Star Level 1 FLASHCARDS.
To join us in the program and learn all our characters, their story and their special hand signal that is essential to the program click on the link to meet us become “educated on the wacky world that is the Phonic All Stars!”
The speech sounds are summarised in these A4 and A3 sized posters or folder guides for students that are designed to teach student the fundamental “metaphonic knowledge” about speech sounds, the literacy sound grid and are used as links to higher stages in the program. The front includes the 24 Consonant phonemes whilst the back includes the 22 vowels phonemes.
The alphabet letters are summarised in their own A4 and A3 posters or folderguides for students. This enables students to compare and see how these sounds are different, learn alphabetical order and understand relationships between short and long vowels to assist with spelling rules later in the program. On the back are the Upper and lower case letters without the Phonic All Star Picture support for students who who stretching their wings and ready to fly independently.
For learning about the Phonic All Star Program to ensure that your student is achieving their optimal teaching support follow the link to our teaching program how to fix reading and how to fix spelling.
Now I am ready to go on…where to next… The Chunks program.