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If you are really, really into split digraphs – this is for you!

When is a split digraph truly a split digraph? John Walker of Sounds-Write explains. http://literacyblog.blogspot.co.uk/2015/10/why-split-spelling-cracks-me-up.html

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The importance of alternative spellings

One of the most difficult aspects of the English Alphabetic Code is that a sound in a word (phoneme) can be spelled in different ways. In ‘transparent’ alphabetic codes, a sound is consistently spelled the same way. Children learning to […]

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Do we really need more phonic games?

Phonic Books Ltd has collaborated with TTS to create 5 new packs of reading games.  But who needs more phonic games?  Educational catalogues are packed with phonic games!  What is different about these new games?

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