Stage 2 continues the students’ use of blending and segmenting techniques to help them decode and read simple 3, 4 and 5 letter phonetic words.
This course uses the harder sounds from the alphabet and introduces the use of digraphs (one sound represented by two letters such as ‘sh’ as in fish)
Throughout the second half of this course children build on their sound knowledge and increase their vocabulary and comprehension skills by reading decodable phonics books by Oxford Reading Tree.
Writing skills are developed and children are taught to write most sounds cursively.
Why this course:
Structured activities to develop reading, writing, listening and speaking skills.
Focus on the more difficult alphabet sounds and introducing diagraphs.
Floppy Phonics is used by more than 80% of schools in the U.K.
Each class is small with a dedicated teacher to give the individual attention each student needs.