Updated: Jul 18, 2020
Children learn best when they are having fun and Phonics is best learned through short but daily regular practice which makes Phonics Play an extremely important resource for distance learning. Depending on their age and Phase, children can practise sound (letter) recognition, blending and segmenting and recognising real and pseudo words.
Check with your teacher if you are not sure which Phonics Phase your child is currently learning.
Phonics Play is more mobile and tablet friendly than ever with it's newly designed website and the games are excellent. I use Phonics Play games with my class at school as well as part of the current distance learning.
Type new.phonicsplay.co.uk into the address bar in the browser on a device or click on the link to try Phonics Play now.