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Table of Contents
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- Phonics derives from the Greek word “phono”, which means sound or voice. Therefore, phonics is teaching students about the relationship between the sound of a letter (also known as a phoneme), and the letter or groups of letters of a written language that represent it (these are called graphemes).
- Phonics can be taught by learning individual sounds and their corresponding letters, or by learning the sounds of groups of letters.
- Learning groups of letters involves rimes (which are vowel and consonant pairs like “at” or “ed”), and consonant clusters, which are pairs of consonants like “bl” or “sh”.
- Once these groups are established, syllables, or groups of groups can be taught to blend, such as ch + op = chop
Phonics AG Worksheets
This phonics pack forms part of a larger series on the English language and encompasses the Roman alphabet letters AG. When using this worksheet pack, students will be able to match the sounds with individual letters or groups of letters.
Complete List Of Included Worksheets
- Color in Page
- Match the Picture
- Choose the Right Word
- Cut and Paste
- AG Puzzle
- Finish the Sentence
- Phonic AG Find the Words
- Write a sentence
- Draw a Picture
- Practice Time
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Use With Any Curriculum
These worksheets have been specifically designed for use with any international curriculum. You can use these worksheets as-is, or edit them using Google Slides to make them more specific to your own student ability levels and curriculum standards.