Pop each page into an A4 display book for whole-class reference as you cover each sound. I have reduced the printing size to fit 2 to a page and popped them into a display book for reference with my boys’ homework or when they ask how to spell a word! – We clap out the syllables – listen for the sounds within each syllable – write the grapheme for each sound using the display book as a reference if needed. For example, this morning my 8-year-old wanted to confirm how to spell the word ‘high’ – ok – ‘high’ is 1 syllable 2 sounds – /h/ sound is easy – the /ie/ sound has many options – we quickly looked at the /ie/ chart and decided that ‘igh’ was the best.. this all happens quite quickly after the children practise the flow of this process regularly…)
Print them off and place on a coloured backing card – keep as A4 size, enlarge to A5, or reduce the size as small as like and make a booklet (ideal for take-home reference)
These are terrific for use during writing editing and for spelling/word study reference. Ideal for display and reference during writing sessions, word study, spelling, shared reading, and general wordplay and literacy activities.
Go on a ‘word hunt’ to find words around the room in readers, in library books, in newspapers, magazines, with certain phonic groups and sounds.