Do your children forget spellings from one week to the next?
Many teachers issue spelling lists each week only to find that a week or two down the road the children have already forgotten them.
At Phonic Books we believe that teaching children the first 300 high-frequency words in a way that links up with phonics is a sure-fire way for children to build both their reading and spelling skills in tandem. Children need to get into the habit of segmenting new words and understanding how each part works as early as possible.
With this in mind, we’ve produced a Phonic High Frequency Word chart which allows teachers to take a group of words with common spellings and use them for a spelling list, dictation or other spelling activities.
We find that students who have been taught phonically will automatically implement their knowledge to help with reading and spelling when they come across a word they don’t know.
We’re giving away 50 of these useful charts via our Facebook page. Head over now and like both our page and the pinned post to be in with a chance of getting one! If you can’t wait to get your hands on it, it is also available as a pdf here.
*Offer closes 23rd March 2018