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Teaching alternate pronounciations- phase 5

Discussion in 'Primary' started by sara2323, Feb 11, 2011.

  1. sara2323

    sara2323 New commenter

    Hi, I'm teaching phase 5 alternate pronounciations next week. I've never taught this before and struggling to come up with exciting games/activities. We have about 20-25 minutes and I am looking for activities children can do on IWB and other interactive activities which are more interactive.
    I have got the graphemes and words its just the activities that I am struggling with!

  2. Msz

    Msz Established commenter

  3. sara2323

    sara2323 New commenter

    Thanks Mrsz- I did have a look at the website, however the alternative pronounciation games require a subscription.
  4. The word is alternative.
    Alternate means something quite different, and is not an alternative to "alternative."
  5. sara2323

    sara2323 New commenter

    Sorry- it was a typing error! I do mean alternative pronounciations- as you can see in above post :)
  6. Thanks for your nice reply. :)
  7. vannie

    vannie Star commenter

    The subscription really isn't that expensive! £10 I think.
    I'm doing phase 5 as well and my kids love the phonics play activities.
    The 'phoneme spotter' stuff is really good and saves me hours.
    Well worth it I reckon.
  8. vannie

    vannie Star commenter

    The subscription isn't that expensive.
    £10 a year I think.
    Lots of activities on the site and my kids love it. Saves me hours I reckon.
    The phoneme spotter stuff is particularly good and they have sentences for blending for all the
    alternative phonemes. Don't work for them BTW.

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