Phonics Charts to Teach Phonemes & Alphabet
Phonics charts are essential tool for teaching phonemes. You should stick them on walls to create a learning environment that keeps children reminded of the letters and sounds.
Phonics Alphabet Chart 1
Phonics Alphabet Chart 2
Consonant Blends & Digraphs
Phonics charts are essential tool for teaching phonemes. You should stick them on walls to create a learning environment that keeps children reminded of the letters and sounds. That way, they combine visual learning with auditory learning for maximum effect. KizPhonics offers these high quality phonics charts and phonics wallpapers which can be printed in any size without loss of quality for use in classrooms or learning environments.
Free Printable Phonics Charts
If you are looking for printable phonics charts, you have come to the right place. There are many sites that offer a variety of phonics charts to download and print. Some are limited while others are more extensive. Kiz Phonics offers high quality, print-ready phonics charts to adorn the walls of your phonics classrooms. Phonics charts are great tools for your classroom. You can use them in phonics centers, or as anchor charts or writing practice for students. They can also be used at home and hung on your child's bedroom walls.
These phonics charts are great for introducing the sounds of a syllable in a systematic manner. They also help raise phonemic and print awareness by keeping letter sound combinations always within view. You can use phonics charts with both vowel and consonant sounds, as well as special vowels. We offer all on Kiz Phonics!
Our charts are also a great reference resource for helping children spell and read new words. We offer charts that also help kids identify the difference between the r-controlled and uncontrolled syllables. By constantly viewing the charts, you strengthen a child's memory of particular letter sound combinations. Also, because our charts include familiar words, children can easily see where a sound fits with a familiar word. That way they not only learn to read, but spell words and build vocabulary.
Since most of us are visual learners, phonics charts are an excellent way to help kids associate letters with sounds and remember them.