Navigation
Home Page

Phase Six

Phase Six

 

Children should know most of the common grapheme- phoneme correspondences. They should be able to read hundreds of words, doing this in three ways:

 

  • Reading the words automatically if they are very familiar;
  •  Decoding them quickly and silently because their sounding and blending routine is now well established.
  • Decoding them aloud.
  •  Introduce past tense
  • Adding suffixes
  • Supporting the application of spelling in children’s own writing.

Top