Synthetic Phonics Flip Book – Stage 2, 3 & 4

Code: SP3
Year Level: Years 3 to 6
$64.90 (inc. $5.90 GST)

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Following on from our bestselling series Synthetic Phonics 1 & 2, comes Synthetic Phonics 3 in 2020. Synthetic phonics is a way of teaching children to read and spell. It has been identified as the most successful approach to establishing early literacy skills. The ‘synthetic’ component relates to the ‘synthesising’ or blending of phonemes (or individual speech sounds) and the ‘phonic’ component relates to written symbols (graphemes) being linked to the individual speech sounds (phonemes).

  • When learning to read a child links letters to speech sounds and then blends them together to form words.
  • When learning to spell a child separates or segments a word into the individual speech sounds within the word while linking the sounds to letters.

This handy flip book resource is intended to provide important synthetic phonic concepts in a practical format that will assist when teaching the whole class or small groups of students. At Stage 3 children will be moving to syllabic spelling, which is chunking words by syllables while still paying attention to phonics.

This resource is part of the Synthetic Phonics Flip Book range, view the other levels below:

Generous discounts apply for bulk orders

  • 5 to 9 copies – 15% discount applies
  • 10+ copies – 20% discount applies
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    Year 3, 4, 5 & 6 Assessment Schedule

    The following Year 3, 4, 5 & 6 assessment schedule and scope and sequence outlines have been provided as a general term-by-term guide from which schools can adapt their scheduling. While some students will progress faster and some slower, these plans should be considered for the bulk of students. Screening and tracking is an essential […]

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    Assessments for students experiencing difficulty within Stage 1 – Target 1,2,3

    If students are experiencing difficulty at a stage 1 level (and as a consequence are not progressing at a rate that is pleasing) PLD recommends the presentation of the relevant short investigation to determine the basis of the difficulties.

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    PLD’s 2020 Whole School Literacy Plan

    The document outlines how to implement PLD’s literacy, Movement and Motor and Oral Language resources during the Early Years, Foundation, Year 1 & 2 and across Years 3 to 6. Each page provides suggested time frames and implementation recommendations.

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Weight.48 kg
Dimensions22 × 15 × 1.5 cm

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