Phonics at Home: Help your child with letters and sounds
The word ‘phonics’ is often used by teachers (and children) without so much as a second thought. But what is phonics and how does it work? ‘Phonics at Home’ gives parents all the tools needed to understand phonics and how it’s taught in primary schools, and then presents a wealth of fun, multi-sensory games and activities to help any child develop their phonics skills. Kate Robinson uses her wealth of experience as a teacher and teacher trainer to demystify phonics with clear explanations of related terminology and step-by-step instructions to help parents and children make the most of every activity.
Chosen as one of the best homeschooling books to educate kids during lockdown by The Independent.The perfect guide for helping your child with phonics, containing over 40 fun, multi-sensory games and activities to bring phonics to life in the home environment. Phonics at Home helps parents get to grips with letters and sounds and complements any phonics scheme already used in primary schools. Whether you are home schooling or simply looking for fun activities to keep your child engaged in learning, this is the number one resource for teaching reading, writing and spelling at home.Kate Robinson uses her wealth of experience as a teacher and trainer to demystify phonics with clear explanations of related terminology and step-by-step instructions to help parents and children make the most of every activity. What’s more, the easy-to-play games work with any phonics scheme – it doesn’t matter which scheme the school is using – and use items found around the house.Aimed at Key Stage 1 and early Key Stage 2 children, this practical book is ideal for all parents keen to support their child’s reading and spelling development at home.