44 vowel and consonant CONDENSED charts displaying each of the 44 sound (phonemes) and related letter patterns (graphemes).
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Consonant List (Sample)
Vowel Charts Condensed - Zaner-Bloser
Vowel Charts Condensed - D'Nealian
Vowel List (Sample)
63 VOWEL Phonics Charts
Vowel Phonics Matching Words
64 CONSONANTS Phonics Charts
Consonant Phonics Matching Words
Condensed Vowel Phonics Charts
Condensed Consonant Phonics Charts
Consonant Desktop Chart
Vowel Desktop Chart
Initial Consonant Blends Charts
Initial Consonant Blends Matching Words
Final Consonant Blends Charts
Final Consonant Blends
I love your 24 Consonant Sounds (Phonemes) and Related Graphemes cards. I have them all beautifully set up in my classroom to help my Year 2 students learn some tricky spelling patterns. I was wondering though, should you add some other common spelling patterns to the /h/ /x/ /y/ card such as /ks/ as in socks and /wh/ as in who? I find these are words that get used in my classroom a bit and my students cannot find the proper spelling patterns.
Otherwise, keep up the great work. I love the convenience of your website!!! 🙂
Comment by Archived Message on February 28, 2013 at 9:35 am Log in to Reply
Thanks for your comments.
It is always tricky to know how far to go as the english language has so many exceptions etc. We have tried to just put up the most used ones so as not to have too many which can confuse the kiddies
Many teachers make up another ”extras” chart to add other sounds to as they need.
The ks one – I find is really a plural of ”ck” – and I tell the kiddies that socks is s o ck s – to me anyway – you can hear the 2 sounds as ck and s . Just my view though – I find sometimes we can get too caught up on the different sounds that we forget some of the rules such as add an s to make it plural, soft c / g before a vowel and doubling a consonant before adding ing etc etc (we will do these rules up soon)
I hope that makes sense Nicky – and we appreciate your input.
Please comment if you feel this is incorrect…..
Comment by Archived Message on May 30, 2013 at 7:45 am Log in to Reply
Hi, I love these new posters and have them up on my wall. The children are always referring to them 🙂 Would it be possible to have x and y on separate charts please – to maintain the consistency of one chart for one sound. Regards
Comment by Archived Message on June 11, 2013 at 6:34 am Log in to Reply
This is a fantastic resource! It is more comprehensive than the Thrass charts, and has a lovely, clear layout. Thank you 🙂
Comment by Archived Message on January 20, 2014 at 12:31 pm Log in to Reply
I’ve just tried to download the vowel and consonant phonics updated posters, but when I download the consonant posters, they are actually the vowels ones. Could you please check this?
Comment by Melissa on September 22, 2015 at 5:08 am Log in to Reply
Should be all good now Melissa…..
Comment by Donna Cox on September 22, 2015 at 6:27 am
I am trying to down load the final consonant blends chart and matching words but every time I click on it it just takes me to the initial consonant blends chart? Am I missing something?!
Comment by Kate Somoff on January 28, 2018 at 1:24 am Log in to Reply
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