Thursday, June 21, 2012

Phonic Sounds a to z

Here is the long-awaited phonics video that many parents have requested. Please excuse my tired face after a long day at school and the drilling noise in the background.

Hope this Clover video helps you to understand how each alphabet is sounded so that you can aid your child in reading and blending phonetic words. Start with three-letter-words like bat, cat, dog, lip, net, pan, etc. Caution that “boy” is a phonogram word (“oy” is a phonogram pronounced as “oi”).

I will post up videos on how to blend words in the pink (three-letter –words), blue (initial and final blend) and green series (phonogram) using phonics in future posts.

This video shows how Vowels a, e, i, o, u are sounded in phonics. Take note of the difference in the shape of the mouth when sounding “a” and “e”.

This video show how to sound the Consonants in phonics.

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