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Electronic Phonics

Publisher : Hope Education

SKU : 5547BK

$169.00
SKU
5547BK
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Age: 4+ years

Once you get Electronic Phonics from Hope Education, you won't want to live without it. This innovative resource encourages pupils to work on developing their phonics knowledge independently, whilst engaging them in fun phonics games and practice.

Pupils can load up Electronic Phonics with the digraph, trigraph and letter tiles and press the button for them to be read out. A bank of 842 words can be fully blended by Electronic Phonics. In segment mode, a word is read out and pupils then use the tiles to spell out the word. All the approaches available using Electronic Phonics help pupils to sound and blend unfamiliar printed words and increases their speed to do so.

Games built into Electronic Phonics will excite pupils about phonics by adding a competitive edge. Pupils are given points for correctly spelt words and differentiation is easy by setting Electronic Phonics to an appropriate difficulty level. Pupils can even record their own blended version with up to 10 seconds of audio to see if their pronunciation matches the word in the Electronic Phonics bank.

  • Use Electronic Phonics to encourage independence and hone skills in phonics.
  • Help pupils with gaps in their knowledge by using as part of intervention or catch-up group sessions.
  • Excite those pupils who are less enthused with reading and phonics through the use of differentiation and games on Electronic Phonics.
  • Provide your pupils with a tactile and multi-sensory approach to phonics, getting them to blend using the tiles provided.
  • Improve your pupils' spelling ability using the tiles and recorded bank of 823 words.
  • Download our free guide packed full of activities linked to Letters and Sounds.

What's in the box?

  • 1 x Electronic Phonics board
  • 80 x letter, digraph, trigraph, split digraph tiles

Learning Outcomes

  • Provide opportunities for pupils to practise the speedy working out of the pronunciation of unfamiliar and familiar printed words.
  • Help children understand that the letters on a page represent the sounds in spoken words.
  • Assist those in year 1 who have not learned to decode and spell with a rigorous and systematic phonics programme, helping them to catch up rapidly.
  • Provide opportunities for pupils to sound and blend unfamiliar printed words quickly and accurately.
  • Continue the teaching of new grapheme-phoneme correspondences and revise and consolidate those already learned.