Visual and Linguistic Phonics
Resources and activities developed by The Reading Whisperer 'Miss Emma' BEd Hons. (EY Specialism) MA Special Educational Needs (Dyslexia) Doctoral Student
Enhance and extend Communication, Language and Literacy activities
All in One Place
There is a 'phoneme' Monster for every English speech sound. So think of each as being an alternative to a phonetic symbol from the IPA. They enable children to work out how to pronounce the graphemes without help from adults (Teacherless Teaching Tools) This is fantastic for parents who speak little English, or who cannot read in English.
Children can learn phonics at a much greater pace, and also the phoneme to grapheme mapping of high frequency words that include at least one grapheme not covered within the systematic phonics 'levels'.