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Jolly Phonics is a thorough foundation for reading and writing It uses. the synthetic phonics method of teaching the letter sounds in a way. that is fun and multi sensory Children learn how to use the letter sounds. to read and write words, This guide provides advice for parents and teachers It explains the. principles behind Jolly Phonics so that your understanding of the. teaching and your ability to help a child is much greater. All the material is suitable for use in school Much of it is also well. suited to use at home those items have been marked with a The. items can be used together or individually, Jolly Phonics includes learning the irregular or tricky words such. as said was and the Together with these materials you should also. use storybooks, Parental support is important to all children as they benefit from. plenty of praise and encouragement whilst learning You should be. guided by the pace at which your child wants to go If interest is being. lost leave the teaching for a while and then come back to it later. Not all children find it easy to learn and blend sounds Extra practice. will lead to fluency in reading and help your child manage at school. The five basic skills for reading and writing are,1 Learning the letter sounds. 2 Learning letter formation,3 Blending,4 Identifying sounds in words.
5 Spelling the tricky words,Although the skills are covered separately. 2 in this guide they will be taught together,1 Learning the letter sounds. In Jolly Phonics the 42 main sounds of English are taught not just. the alphabet The sounds are in seven groups Some sounds are written. with two letters such as ee and or These are called digraphs oo and. th can each make two different sounds as in book and moon that. and three To distinguish between these two sounds the digraph is. represented in two forms This is shown below,1 s a t i p n. 2 c k e h r m d,3 g o u l f b,4 ai j oa ie ee or,5 z w ng v oo oo. 6 y x ch sh th th,7 qu ou oi ue er ar, Each sound has an action which helps children remember the.
letter s that represent it As a child progresses you can point to. the letters and see how quickly that can do the action and say the. sound One letter sound can be taught each day As a child becomes. more confident the actions are no longer necessary There is a list. of all of the letter sounds and their corresponding actions on page 8. of this guide, Children should learn each letter by its sound not its name For. example the letter a should be called a as in ant not ai as in aim. Similarly the letter n should be nn as in net not en This will help. in blending The names of each letter can follow later. The letters have not been introduced in alphabetical order The first. group s a t i p n has been chosen because they make more simple. three letter words than any other six letters The letters b and d are. introduced in different groups to avoid confusion,Sounds that have more than one way of being. written are initially taught in one form only,For example the sound ai rain is taught first. and then alternatives a e gate and ay day,follow later Examples can be found in the. Jolly Phonics Word Book 3,2 Learning letter formation.
It is very important that a child holds their pencil in the correct way. The grip is the same for,both left and right handed. The pencil should be held in the tripod grip between the thumb and. first two fingers If a child s hold starts incorrectly it is very difficult. to correct later on, A child needs to form each letter the correct way The letter c. is introduced in the early stages as this forms the basic shape of. some other letters such as d Particular problems to look for are. the o the pencil stroke must be anticlockwise not clockwise. d the pencil starts in the middle not the top, there must be an initial downstroke on letters such as m and n. The Jolly Phonics DVD Jolly Stories and Finger Phonics books show the. correct formation of each letter A good guide is to remember that. no letter starts on the baseline, In time a child will need to learn joined up cursive writing It helps. the fluency of writing and improves spelling When words are written in. one movement it is easier to remember the spelling correctly Jolly. Phonics uses the Sassoon Infant typeface which is designed for children. learning to read and write Many of the letters such as d and n. have an exit stroke at the end to make it easier to transfer into. joined up writing, Check your school s policy as many schools do not teach joined up.
writing early on,3 Blending,Blending is the process of. saying the individual sounds,in a word and then running. them together to make the word, For example sounding out d o g and making dog It is a technique. every child will need to learn and it improves with practice To start. with you should sound out the word and see if a child can hear it. giving the answer if necessary Some children take longer than. others to hear this The sounds must be said quickly to hear the word. It is easier if the first sound is said slightly louder Try little and. often with words like b u s t o p c a t and h e n There are lists. of suitable words in The Phonics Handbook and the Jolly Phonics. Remember that some sounds digraphs are represented by two let. ters such as sh Children should sound out the digraph sh not. the individual letters s h With practice they will be able to blend. the digraph as one sound in a word So a word like rain should be. sounded out r ai n and feet as f ee t This is difficult to begin with. and takes practice The Jolly Phonics Regular Word, Blending Cards can be used in class to improve this. You will find it helpful to be able to distinguish between a blend. such as st and a digraph such as sh In a blend the two sounds s. and t can each be heard In a digraph this is not so Compare mishap. where both the s and h are sounded and midship which has the. quite separate sh sound When sounding out a blend encourage. children to say the two sounds as one unit so fl a g not f l a g This. will lead to greater fluency when reading, Some words in English have an irregular spelling and cannot be.
read by blending such as said was and one,Unfortunately many of these are. common words The irregular,parts have to be remembered. These are called the,tricky words,4 Identifying sounds in words. The easiest way to know how to spell a word is to,listen for the sounds in that word Even with the. tricky words an understanding of the letter sounds. Start by having your child listen for the first sound in a word Games. like I Spy are ideal for this Next try listening for the end sounds as. the middle sound of a word is the hardest to hear, Begin with simple three letter words such as cat or hot A good idea.
is to say a word and tap out the sounds Three taps means three. sounds Say each sound as you tap Take care with digraphs The. word fish for example has four letters but only three sounds f i sh. Rhyming games poems and the Jolly Songs also help tune the ears. to the sounds in words Other games to play are, a Add a sound what do I get if I add a p to the beginning of ink. Answer pink Other examples are m ice b us etc, b Take away a sound what do I get if I take away p from pink An. swer ink Other examples as above and f lap s lip c rib d rag p ant. m end s top b end s t rip etc,5 Spelling the tricky words. There are different ways of learning tricky spellings. 1 Look Cover Write and Check Look at the word to see which bit. is tricky Ask the child to try writing the word in the air saying the. letters Cover the word over and see if the child can write it correctly. Check to make sure, 2 Say it as it sounds Say the word so each sound is heard For. example the word was is said as wass to rhyme with mass the. word Monday is said as M on day, 3 Mnemonics The initial letter of each word in a saying gives the.
correct spelling of a word For example laugh Laugh At Ugly. Goat s Hair, 4 Using joined up cursive writing also improves spelling. Storybooks,A child will benefit greatly from a love of. reading for pleasure This can come from being read to. Once a child has begun to learn the letter sounds they will be able. to pick them out in words They should then move on to working out. whole words through blending As a result it is easier if reading begins. with storybooks that use simple words The Jolly Readers can be. used to provide this progression, Once there is fluency in reading the most important skills for a. child will be comprehension and the understanding of more. words This can be developed by asking a child questions about a. story they have just read,About Jolly Phonics, Jolly Phonics has been developed by Sue Lloyd and Sara Wernham. who were primary elementary school teachers at Woods Loke Primary. School in Lowestoft England, Independent studies find that after one year s teaching children.
taught with Jolly Phonics have an average reading age around. 12 months ahead of their actual age Their spelling age is usually. slightly further ahead Boys typically do as well as girls. Jolly Phonics is multisensory and has,been developed so the adult can use it. confidently and easily even at the end of,an exhausting day. Jolly Learning Ltd is an independent,British publisher founded in 1987. The Actions, s Weave hand in an s shape like a snake and say ssssss. a Wiggle fingers above elbow as if ants crawling on you and say a a a. 1 Turn head from side to side as if watching tennis and say t t t. Pretend to be a mouse by wriggling fingers at end of nose and squeak i i i. Pretend to puff out candles and say p p p, n Make a noise as if you are a plane hold arms out and say nnnnnn.
ck Raise hands and snap fingers as if playing castanets and say ck ck ck. e Pretend to tap an egg on the side of a pan and crack it into the pan saying eh eh eh. 2 Hold hand in front of mouth panting as if you are out of breath and say h h h. Pretend to be a puppy holding a piece of rag shaking head from side to side and say rrrrrr. Rub tummy as if seeing tasty food and say mmmmmm, d Beat hands up and down as if playing a drum and say d d d. g Spiral hand down as if water going down the drain and say g g g. o Pretend to turn light switch on and off and say o o o o. 3 Pretend to be putting up an umbrella and say u u u. Pretend to be a lollipop and say llllll, Let hands gently come together as if toy fish deflating and say ffffff. b Pretend to hit a ball with a bat and say b b b,ai Cup hand over ear and say ai ai ai. j Pretend to wobble on a plate and say j j j, 4 Bring hand over mouth as if you have done something wrong and say oh. Stand to attention and salute saying ie ie, Put hands on head as if ears on a donkey and say eeyore eeyore.
z Put arms out at sides and pretend to be a bee saying zzzzzz. w Blow on to open hand as if you are the wind and say wh wh wh. 5 Imagine you are a weightlifter and pretend to lift a heavy weight above your head saying ng. Pretend to be holding the steering wheel of a van and say vvvvvv. Move head back and forth as if it is the cuckoo in a cuckoo clock saying u oo u oo Little. and long oo,y Pretend to be eating a yoghurt and say y y y. x Pretend to take an x ray of someone with a camera and say ks ks ks. 6 Move arms at sides as if you are a train and say ch ch ch. Place index finger over lips and say shshsh, Pretend to be naughty clowns and stick out tongue a little for the th and further for the th. sound this and thumb, qu Make a duck s beak with your hands and say qu qu qu. ou Pretend your finger is a needle and prick thumb saying ou ou ou. 7 Cup hands around mouth and shout to another boat saying oi ship ahoy. Point to people around you and say you you you, Roll hands over each other like a mixer and say ererer. ar Open mouth wide and say ah British English, 8 Flap hands as if a seal and say ar ar ar Nth Am English.
Resources for the home Suitable for use at home,My Jolly Phonics. The My Jolly Phonics kit is an extensive range of Jolly Phonics materials. that have been carefully developed to be used at home and in particular. with children who are at the early stages of reading and writing The kit. is packed full of multi sensory resources enabling the child to explore. and learn in a fun and enjoyable way All items are contained within a. bright canvas case which the child is able to carry. Also included in the kit is a product guide for,parents which provides background information. on Jolly Phonics and how the products can be,used in the home. Items included in the kit,Jolly Phonics Activity Books 1 7. Jolly Phonics DVD,Jolly Phonics Games CD Single User.
Jolly Songs,Jolly Stories,Jolly Phonics Letter Sound Poster. Plus FREE triangular grip pencils red yellow blue,graphite and an eraser 9. Jolly Phonics Activity Books 1 7, Let your child discover the letter sounds with Inky Mouse and her. friends through 7 fun filled activity books These 36 full colour page A4. books including 2 pages of stickers cover all of the 42 letter sounds. There is a story for each of the letter sounds as well as the letter sound. In addition each book contains a range of engaging activities including. Colouring Handwriting practice Puzzles Mazes Games Craft

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