Reading with Phonics Book 2
Reading with Phonics - Phonics in context
Reading with Phonics is a blackline master series designed to reinforce students’ phonemic awareness. The books present a focus sound(s) in the context of a narrative, rather than in isolation, allowing students to practise identifying and using the sound(s) while reading and comprehending.
The phonic sounds are presented individually in the first two books of the series. In the third book, sound families (such as a-e, ay, ai) are treated together. The sounds are presented in two narratives, a simple text followed by a more difficult one, based around the same theme. Both texts are followed by corresponding supporting worksheets with varied and interesting activities that consolidate and reinforce the focus sound. The variety ensures that the sound can be reinforced repeatedly without creating boredom.
texts and worksheets display varying degrees of difficulty, allowing
teachers to provide students of differing abilities opportunities to
read texts and engage in worksheets at their different developmental
levels. The books can be used for whole-group, small-group or individual
- worksheets to consolidate the learning of phonic sounds
- written for lower primary students or students requiring remedial phonics instruction
- worksheets develop comprehension, sequencing, rhyme, grammar and sentence structure
- different levels of difficulty indicated on worksheets
- easy-to-follow format
- curriculum linked.