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Is ‘what’ a phonic exception?

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by Cherabell56, Sep 22, 2018.

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  1. Cherabell56

    Cherabell56 New commenter

    Random question but is ‘what’ a phonic exception and if so what year is it taught in? I tried googling it but putting ‘what’ into google isn’t helpful! Thanks
     
  2. lizdot

    lizdot New commenter

    Hi Cherabell, 'what' is a tricky word taught in phase 4, so late Foundation Stage normally. I like to joke with my class and read it as 'w-hat'. They laugh and realise how silly that is. Google 'phonics tricky words' and you will find lists for each phase.
     
  3. Cherabell56

    Cherabell56 New commenter

    Many thanks!
     

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