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Letters and Sounds Introduction & Guidance

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This document provides an overview of the letters and sounds programme. It includes definitions of common terms like ‘phonemes’ ‘graphemes’, ‘decoding’, segmenting’ as well as a breakdown of each phase of the letters and sounds synthetic phonics programme. It’s ideal for parents or teachers who are new to the programme and would like to know a bit more about how it is taught.

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  1. Noman

    V nice site

  2. joanne

    cant wait to get started

  3. bohally

    nice

  4. Noelia Medina

    Excellent material!

  5. Kerin

    Teacher looking for ideas to teach letter sound

  6. Paola Barclay

    I am interested in the Letters and Sounds as I am going to be teaching at an Infant School.

  7. Zamzam Elmi

    Thank you

  8. hanzemonimobi

    Worthy investment!

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