Supersonic phonics (introductory pack)
Supersonic Phonics is a resource packed full of lively, engaging and active phonic activities to help develop early literacy skills in young children.
Supersonic Phonics ‘easy to use’ activity cards promote a range of activities to enable practitioners to structure active phonic sessions. The cards are based on elements of the ‘letters and sounds’ phased developmental approach to teaching phonics.
In addition to the phonic activity cards are the planning formats. These are for practitioners to use and adapt to support the delivery of high quality phonic teaching in the Early Years.
This introductory pack contains 6 activity cards to support the phased delivery of active phonics sessions and a range of planning documents to support with the delivery of phonics activities.
This is a digital download product. The activity cards can be printed and laminated for use by practitioners.
Available as part of the PA Plus subscription package to subscribers.
A short video can be viewed that will inspire practitioners. It also provides samples of each of the activities from the first set of activity cards.
Supersonic Phonics - Active Phonics video
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