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Step 2.

Aim: To learn the letter sounds: c,k,ck,e,h,r,m,d, and to decode words that contain these letters along with

letters also learnt in step 1

s, a, t, i, n, p

Contents:

c, k, ck, e, h, r, m, d, introducing z, th, introducing z, th,

Word Listn, p Contents: c, k, ck, e, h, r, m, d, introducing z, th, Teacher Notes

Teacher Notesc, k, ck, e, h, r, m, d, introducing z, th, Word List Work Sheets 1

Work Sheets 1 & 2e, h, r, m, d, introducing z, th, Word List Teacher Notes Handwriting Practice Sheets Certificate

Handwriting Practice Sheetsz, th, Word List Teacher Notes Work Sheets 1 & 2 Certificate of Achievement Sound Book

Certificate of AchievementNotes Work Sheets 1 & 2 Handwriting Practice Sheets Sound Book Suggested lesson plan Decodable text

Sound Book2 Handwriting Practice Sheets Certificate of Achievement Suggested lesson plan Decodable text Silly Sentences

Suggested lesson planPractice Sheets Certificate of Achievement Sound Book Decodable text Silly Sentences Suggested lesson plan &

Decodable textCertificate of Achievement Sound Book Suggested lesson plan Silly Sentences Suggested lesson plan & Extension Lesson

Silly SentencesAchievement Sound Book Suggested lesson plan Decodable text Suggested lesson plan & Extension Lesson Ideas Matching

Suggested lesson plan & Extension Lesson IdeasBook Suggested lesson plan Decodable text Silly Sentences Matching Pairs Flash Cards Word Box Letter Game

Matching Pairs

Flash Cards

Word Box

Extension Lesson Ideas Matching Pairs Flash Cards Word Box Letter Game Other step by step lessons

Letter Game

Other step by step lessons include:

Step 1.

s, a, t, i, n, p, Free from www.atozphonics.com

Step 3.

g, o, u, l, f, b

Step 4.

ai, j, oa, ie, ee, or

Step 5.

z, w, ng, nk, v, short oo, long oo

Step 6.

y (4 sounds), x, ch, sh, voiced th, unvoiced th

Step 7. - qu, ou, oi, ue, er, ar

I refer to the lessons as steps because that is what they are. Each, little step builds on previous knowledge and sounds learnt in previous lessons. By teaching the steps in the order given, you can be confident that you are covering all the necessary phonics sounds to build confident readers.

A lesson plan is included. I suggest spending 5

guide. Please progress at a pace that is comfortable for you both. If it takes two or even three weeks

doesn t matter! Let your child guide the pace you take. Remember to make it fun!

15 minutes a day with your child. However this is just a

it

This is not intended to be a full phonics programme, but as a supplement to be used with other resources. Please see www.atozphonics.com for recommended reading resources.

The order of letter sounds being learnt at any one time, come recommended by Jolly Phonics.

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Two sounds: thumb, that Flash Cards print on card, cut out and laminate for durability
Two sounds: thumb, that
Flash Cards
print on card, cut out and laminate for durability

Word List: s,a,t, i, n, p, c, k, ck, e, h, r, m, d, z

1.

c

at

cat

k

at

kat

d

at

dat

h

at

hat

r

at

rat

m

at

mat

2.

c

ap

cap

z

ap

zap

m

ap

map

3.

k

id

kid

h

id

hid

S

id

Sid

t

ed

ted

r

ed

red

N

ed

Ned

4

K

en

Ken

h

en

hen

t

en

ten

d

en

den

5

h

it

hit

m

it

mit

k

it

kit

r

it

rit

d

it

dit

z

it

zit

Word list cont:

6

 

r

ip

rip

z

ip

zip

h

ip

hip

d

ip

dip

k

ip

kip

7

 

r

im

rim

h

im

him

d

im

dim

T

im

Tim

K

im

Kim

8

 

a

m

am

r

am

ram

h

am

ham

d

am

dam

T

am

Tam

S

am

Sam

9

 

r

an

ran

m

an

man

D

an

Dan

c

an

can

an

d

and

Word list cont:

10

 

m

et

met

p

et

pet

n

et

net

s

et

set

11

 

m

ad

mad

p

ad

pad

s

ad

sad

h

ad

had

12

 

See teacher notes

 

i

ss

iss

h

iss

hiss

m

iss

miss

k

iss

kiss

13

 

See teacher notes like /z/.

/s/ sounds

 

i

s

is

h

is

his

a

s

as

h

as

has

Word list cont:

14

 

c,ck,k

See teacher notes

 

i

ck

ick

r

ick

Rick

s

ick

sick

t

ick

tick

h

ick

hick

k

ick

kick

p

ick

pick

m

ick

Mick

n

ick

nick

15

 

a

ck

ack

p

ack

pack

r

ack

rack

s

ack

sack

t

ack

tack

h

ack

hack

m

ack

mack

d

ack

dack

n

ack

nack

16

 

e

ck

eck

p

eck

peck

n

eck

neck

d

eck

deck

17

th

/th/as

in fourth

th

/th/as in with

See teacher notes

the

Teacher Notes: Reading Tips:

1. The sound /c/ has 1 sound but 3 spellings. c,k,ck. Eg

2. Names begin with a capital letter.

3. The s sometimes makes a /z/ sound - eg is, has, his,

4. Sound out double consonants as one sound only

5. To make reading more interesting, I have introduced the word the . Introduce the two /th/ sounds.

kick, cat,

kiss

Say something like:

hard /th/ as in that and soft /th/ as in thumb .

progress

can be learnt as a sight word for now. Saying words like fourth and with will help you isolate

but for now, introduce the word the and model the correct /th/ sound. The word the

word the and model the correct / th / sound. The word the The letters th
word the and model the correct / th / sound. The word the The letters th

The letters th make two sounds. One hard sound and one soft sound. The

th make two sounds. One hard sound and one soft sound. The More time will be
th make two sounds. One hard sound and one soft sound. The More time will be
th make two sounds. One hard sound and one soft sound. The More time will be
th make two sounds. One hard sound and one soft sound. The More time will be

More time will be spent on the /th/ sounds as we

sound. The More time will be spent on the /th/ sounds as we the correct /th/

the correct /th/ sound. At this level, I would say something like:

and the /e/ is silent. The word says the .

something like: and the /e/ is silent. The word says the . This word has a
something like: and the /e/ is silent. The word says the . This word has a
something like: and the /e/ is silent. The word says the . This word has a
something like: and the /e/ is silent. The word says the . This word has a

This word has a hard /th/ sound

Remember to teach the letter sounds and not the names: c, k, ck, e, h, r, m, d,

c, k, ck

e - egg

h - huh

r

m-

d

dad

tar

mum

king, cat, pick

in this lesson we are also introducing the following sounds:

z

buzz

th

hard /th/ as in that or with

th

soft /th/ as in thumb or fourth

They will be studied at depth in a later lesson. Simply introduce the sounds and move on.

A good way to isolate a consonant sound is to listen to the sound it makes at the end of a word. This helps you avoid putting an /uh/ at the end of sounds.

Help your child to pronounce the sounds as purely as possible. Model them clearly.

Worksheet 1:

m s

m

s

m s
n c

n

c

n c
n c
h m

h

m

h m
h m
h s

h

s

h s
h s
n p

n

p

n p
n p
c h

c

h

c h
c h
r p

r

p

r p
r p

Circle the letter to make the word. Look at the picture to give you a clue!

Worksheet 2:

m s

m

s

m s
n c

n

c

n c
n c
r s

r

s

r s
p t

p

t

p t
n p

n

p

n p
n p
c h

c

h

c h
c h
m k

m

k

m k
m k

Circle the letter to make the word. Look at the picture to give you a clue!

Handwriting Practice

Handwriting Practice Name: Date:
Handwriting Practice Name: Date:
Handwriting Practice Name: Date:
Handwriting Practice Name: Date:
Handwriting Practice Name: Date:
Handwriting Practice Name: Date:
Handwriting Practice Name: Date:

Name:

Date:

Congratulations!

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You have completed Step 2 in learning to read.

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soft

soft

hard

hard

Decodable Text: High Frequency Words include: a, I, is, has, an, at, it, in, his, and, am, the, had, him, ran, can, ten, him

I

am ten.

An ant.

Can Rick kick? Rick can kick.

A hen.

Pat the hen.

has a sick hip.

hen.

A cat.

The hen is sad.

Pat him.

The hen

The cat ran at the

A rat is in the sack.

I

hid him.

The cat is

in the sack.

is

mad.

Cat met rat in the sack.

Rat

Rat is

sad.

Rat is sad cat is in the sack.

Nip!

Nip!

The cat ran and ran.

Ken met Ned in the den.

in the den.

Ken and Ned sat

Ken had a map in his sack.

Silly Sentences. Print words and put into a Silly Sentence Box

As more words are put in here, more silly sentences can be created! Great fun! Words in red are high frequency words

this could be an old shoe box or similar.

Put these words in the Silly Sentence Box.

hat

mat

zap

kid

cat

rat

cap

map

hid

Sid

ted

red

Ned

Ken

hen

ten

den

hit

mit

rip

zip

hip

dip

rim

him

Tim

Kim

am

ram

ham

Sam

ran

man

Dan

can

met

pet

net

set

mad

sad

had

hiss

miss

kiss

is

his

as

has

Rick

sick

kick

pick

Mick

pack

rack

sack

peck

neck

deck

the

the

the

has

has

is

is

and

and

Suggested Lesson Plan: Remember go at your child s pace. It can take 1 week or 1 month

matter! When the word lists & decodable text can be read confidently you know you can move on to step 3.

it doesn t

Step 2:1

Revise letters learnt in lesson 1

s, a, t, i, n, p. Show all 8 flashcards: c, k, ck, e, h, r,

m, d, and model how they are pronounced. Refer to Teacher Notes for help in

isolating the sounds. I usually say something like:

isolating the sounds. I usually say something like:
This is the letter d it makes the

This is the letter d it makes the

This is the letter d it makes the
This is the letter d it makes the

/d/ sound

What sound does it make?

Point out that the letters c, k, ck all make the

same sound. If you think your child is ready, introduce them to the sounds, /z/ and /th/ as in the . Simply introduce the sounds and move on. We will cover them in

more depth at a later stage.

 

Play Matching Pairs

Step 2:2

Flashcards

c, k, ck, e, h, r, m, d, (and z , th ) if you think your child is ready

Print a copy of Matching Pairs and glue the pictures into the Sound Book making sure the picture corresponds to the correct letter sound . They will be using their Sound Book to record all letters sounds taught. You may put other pictures and words into the sound book as you come across them during the week.

Step 2:3

Flashcards

c, k, ck, e, h, r, m, d, (and

z ,

th )

Begin reading the wordlists. Stop when your child has had enough. I suggest 5 15minutes a day.

Play Matching Pairs

 

Step 2:4

Flashcards

c, k, ck, e, h, r, m, d, (and

z ,

th )

Continue reading the wordlists. Go at your child s pace. Point out that names begin with a capital letter, eg Nan

Play Matching Pairs

 

Step 2:5

Flashcards

c, k, ck, e, h, r, m, d, (and

z ,

th )

Continue reading the wordlists. For wordlist 12 & 13 - See Teacher Notes.

When the Wordlists are finished - read the decodable text. Remember to go at your child s pace.

Complete Worksheets 1 & 2

 

Step 2:6

Lesson Extension

optional:

 

If you are teaching handwriting alongside learning how to read, get your child to copy some of the Word Cards into their Sound Books

Dictate words: cat, hat, mat, sat, etc and ask your child to attempt to spell them. Put them in the Sound Book.

Put Word Cards into the Silly Sentence Box and make up a short silly sentence.

Glue word cards into the sound book. Match the initial letter to the correct sound.

Letter Game

Matching Pairs:

*
*

Print out on card and laminate for durability. Cut to make 12 tiles.

Matching Pairs: - The aim of the game is to match the correct pictures to the correct initial letter sounds. Eg /d/ and the picture of the dog

Place 12 tiles face down

Place 12 tiles face down

Take turns to turn over two tiles

Take turns to turn over two tiles

Encourage players to sound out the letter sounds

Encourage players to sound out the letter sounds

If a picture and letter sound match, then the player keeps the cards and has

If a picture and letter sound match, then the player keeps the cards and has another go

If they do not match, the tiles are turned back over

If they do not match, the tiles are turned back over

The winner is the player with the most tiles

The

winner is the player with the most tiles

Matching sounds/pictures:

catc

c

eggse

e

hath

h

rainbowr

r

manm

m

dogd

d

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