Speedy Sounds



At the Supply Teachers’ Literacy Training last week, we were delivering some of the Phonic games which had been rolled out on the original HLP phased training and the Probationer Training. A popular game from this training was Speedy Sounds, and we suggested sharing the resources to a wider audience on the blog. Speedy Sounds  Known sounds are written on a sheet/whiteboard. Children work with a partner to point and read the sounds quickly. This could also be an everyday exercise, adding more sounds as they are taught. Progression could be to write the sounds. A copy could be sent home to parents to play together to reinforce the sounds learnt. CLICK HERE for twenty different Speedy Sounds template boards that you can use when teaching/revisiting phonic patterns.

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