We’ve even added additional activities to support more focused teaching of specific phonemes to support learning of letters and sounds.
Below are some of our favourites for you to see and try, but you can see the rest in the New Content area when you log in.
Please note that the content listed below is arranged according to the National Curriculum in England.
Ant Attack: #33511 – Recognise what the letter ‘a’ looks like and learn the /a/ sound.
Bath Time Bubbles: #34477 – Recognise what the letter ‘b’ looks like and learn the /b/ sound.
Buzzy Bee: #34695 – ‘zz’ – Reading and sounding out the grapheme with the /z/ sound.
Carted Off: #34565 – Identify phonemes for short vowels and consonants.
Cheeping Chicks: #34615 – Learn the consonant digraph ‘ch’ and the /ch/ sound.
Curly Caterpillar: #34403 – Learn the letter c and the /k/ sound spelled ‘c’.
Dancing Dinosaurs: #34394 – Recognise what the letter ‘d’ looks like and learn the /d/ sound.
Elephant Escape: #34410 – Recognise what the letter ‘e’ looks like and learn the /e/ sound.
Fear the Beard: #34387 – Learn the /ear/ sound spelled ‘ear’.
Flying Fun: #34488 – Recognise what the letter ‘f’ looks like and learn the /f/ sound.
Foxes in Boxes: #34579 – Recognise what the letter ‘x’ looks like and learn the /x/ sound.
Fright in the Night: #34614 – Learn the long ‘i’ sound spelled ‘igh’.
Goat Load: #34666 – Learn the long /o/ sound spelled ‘oa’.
Grumpy Goats: #34400 – Recognise what the letter ‘g’ looks like and learn the /g/ sound.
Happy Horses: #34462 – Recognise what the letter ‘h’ looks like and learn the /h/ sound.
I Cart Believe It: #34564 – Identify phonemes for short vowels and consonants.
In the Igloo: #34295 – Recognise what the letter ‘i’ looks like and learn the short ‘i’ sound.
Jeff’s Stuff: #34491 – Match the phoneme /f/ with the grapheme –ff.
Kit Kite: #34409 – Learn the letter ‘k’ and the /k/ sound.
Main Train: #34664 – Learn the long ‘a’ sound spelled ‘ai’.
Key Stage 1
A Treat by the Sea: #33504 – Identify the words with the long /e/ sound spelled ‘ea’. Contains phase 4 and 5 words.
Autumn Launch: #34865 – Read words with the grapheme ‘au’. Contains phase 4 and 5 words.
Chief Olaf’s Shield: #33442 – Recognise the sound/grapheme for vowel digraph and spelling rule for ‘ie’ words.
Clicky Business: #34331 – Identify phonemes for short vowels and consonants.
Damp Tent: #33465 – CVCC words using letter sets 1-7. (Letter sets 1-7 being: s, a, t, p, i, n, m, d, g, o, c, k, ck, e, u, r, h, b, f, ff, l, ll, ss, j, v, w, x, y, z, zz, qu.)
Dolphin Photo: #34862 – Read words with the grapheme ‘ph’. Contains phase 4 and 5 words.
Foes and Heroes: #34880 – Read words with the grapheme ‘oe’.
Granny’s Move: #34761 – The ‘v’ sound at the end of words, with the letter ‘e’ added after the ‘v’ (have, live, give).
Kate’s Cake Shop: #33484 – Reading and sounding out words with the split digraph: a – e.
Leisure Pleasure: #33477 – Learn the /zh/ sound spelled ‘s’.
Luke the Duke: #34762 – Reading and sounding out words with the split digraph: u-e (e.g. June, duke, tube).
Toy Joy: #34874 – Read words with the grapheme ‘oy’.
Lower Key Stage 2
Ahead of the Game: #34845 – Use commas after fronted adverbials.
In Character: #34808 – Read fictional passages. Identify sentences and phrases that suggest character traits, motivations and feelings.
Upper Key Stage 2
Mystery of the Missing Teacher: #34751 – Asking and answering questions about a story, to improve comprehension and understanding.
Troy Story: #33002 – Understand that synonyms are words or phrases that have the same or similar meaning.
Key Stage 1
A Day by the Bay: #34956 – Identify words with the long /a/ sound spelled ‘ay’. Contains phase 4 and 5 words.
A Glint in the Night: #34954 – Explore and practise CCVCC, CCCVC and CCCVCC words.
Think Chimp: #34900 – Explore and practise CVCC using phase 3 graphemes.
Lower Key Stage 2
A Rumble in that Jungle: #35006 – Look at what a determiner is, and identify the different types.
Take Me to Your Reader: #34943 – Help Meg and Stig improve their writing by evaluating and editing their own and each other’s story about an alien’s visit to Earth.
The Proof is Out There: #34942 – Help Meg and Stig to proof read Meg’s story about an alien’s visit to Earth. This is the second Learn Screen focusing on proof-reading for spelling and punctuation errors in a narrative.
Upper Key Stage 2
Grammar Adventure 1: #34989 – How active and passive verbs are used within sentences.
Make sure you take a look at the rest of the Grammar Adventure series!
The Writing Process 1: #34851 – Understand each of the five steps of the writing process. Planning, drafting, evaluating and editing, proof-reading, publishing or performance.
Don’t forget to try out the rest of The Writing Process series too!
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