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  • What do I spy with my little eye ?

    *Say only *To model oral segmenting, a sub-skill of spelling, say the whole picture-word aloud slowly and

    the separate sounds of each picture-word (e.g. “ /a/ /n/ /t/ ”) to develop the ability to ‘hear’, or discern, the word. This is oral blending and it is a sub-skill of reading. then

    *To read, or decode, the printed words, see the letters from left to right, say the sounds and blend them to discover the words. After that, match the printed words with their pictures. break it up into its separate component sounds (e.g. “ ant, /a/ /n/ /t/ ”).

    Copyright Phonics International Ltd 2011 1 of 10

  • What do I spy with my little eye ?

    *Say only *To model oral segmenting, a sub-skill of spelling, say the whole picture-word aloud slowly and

    the separate sounds of the picture-word (e.g. “ /f/ /a/ /n/ ”) to develop the ability to ‘hear’, or discern, the word. This is oral blending and it is a sub-skill of reading. then

    *To read, or decode, the printed words, see the letters from left to right, say the sounds and blend them to discover the words. After that, match the printed words with their pictures. break it up into its separate component sounds (e.g. “ fan, /f/ /a/ /n/ ”).

    Copyright Phonics International Ltd 2011 2 of 10

  • What do I spy with my little eye ?

    *Say only *To model oral segmenting, a sub-skill of spelling, say the whole picture-word aloud slowly and

    the separate sounds of the picture-word (e.g. “ /m/ /i/ /l/ /k/ ”) to develop the ability to ‘hear’, or discern, the word. This is oral blending and it is a sub-skill of reading. then

    *To read, or decode, the printed words, see the letters from left to right, say the sounds and blend them to discover the words. After that, match the printed words with their pictures. break it up into its separate component sounds (e.g.“milk, /m/ /i/ /l/ /k/”).

    Copyright Phonics International Ltd 2011 3 of 10

  • What do I spy with my little eye ?

    *Say only *To model oral segmenting, a sub-skill of spelling, say the whole picture-word aloud slowly and

    the separate sounds of the picture-word (e.g. “ /p/ /i/ /n/ /s/ ”) to develop the ability to ‘hear’, or discern, the word. This is oral blending and it is a sub-skill of reading. then

    *To read, or decode, the printed words, see the letters from left to right, say the sounds and blend them to discover the words. After that, match the printed words with their pictures. break it up into its separate component sounds (e.g.“pins, /p/ /i/ /n/ /s/”).

    Copyright Phonics International Ltd 2011 4 of 10

  • What do I spy with my little eye ?

    *Say only *To model oral segmenting, a sub-skill of spelling, say the whole picture-word aloud slowly and

    the separate sounds of the picture-word (e.g. “ /k/ /r/ /a/ /b/ ”) to develop the ability to ‘hear’, or discern, the word. This is oral blending and it is a sub-skill of reading. then

    *To read, or decode, the printed words, see the letters from left to right, say the sounds and blend them to discover the words. After that, match the printed words with their pictures. break it up into its separate component sounds (e.g.“crab, /k/ /r/ /a/ /b/”).

    Copyright Phonics International Ltd 2011 5 of 10

  • What do I spy with my little eye ?

    *Say only *To model oral segmenting, a sub-skill of spelling, say the whole picture-word aloud slowly and

    the separate sounds of the picture-word (e.g. “ /g/ /o/ /l/ /f/ ”) to develop the ability to ‘hear’, or discern, the word. This is oral blending and it is a sub-skill of reading. then

    *To read, or decode, the printed words, see the letters from left to right, say the sounds and blend them to discover the words. After that, match the printed words with their pictures. break it up into its separate component sounds (e.g.“golf, /g/ /o/ /l/ /f/”).

    Copyright Phonics International Ltd 2011 6 of 10

  • What do I spy with my little eye ?

    *Say only *To model oral segmenting, a sub-skill of spelling, say the whole picture-word aloud slowly and

    the separate sounds of the picture-word (e.g. “ /l/ /a/ /m/ /p/ ”) to develop the ability to ‘hear’, or discern, the word. This is oral blending and it is a sub-skill of reading. then

    *To read, or decode, the printed words, see the letters from left to right, say the sounds and blend them to discover the words. After that, match the printed words with their pictures. break it up into its separate component sounds (e.g.“ lamp, /l/ /a/ /m/ /p/ ”).

    Copyright Phonics International Ltd 2011 7 of 10

  • What do I spy with my little eye ?

    *Say only *To model oral segmenting, a sub-skill of spelling, say the whole picture-word aloud slowly and

    the separate sounds of the picture-word (e.g. “ /y/ /a/ /k/ ”) to develop the ability to ‘hear’, or discern, the word. This is oral blending and it is a sub-skill of reading. then

    *To read, or decode, the printed words, see the letters from left to right, say the sounds and blend them to discover the words. After that, match the printed words with their pictures. break it up into its separate component sounds (e.g.“ yak, /y/ /a/ /k/ ”).

    Copyright Phonics International Ltd 2011 8 of 10

  • What do I spy with my little eye ?

    *Say only *To model oral segmenting, a sub-skill of spelling, say the whole picture-word aloud slowly and

    the separate sounds of the picture-word (e.g. “ /kw/ /i/ /l/ /t/ ”) to develop the ability to ‘hear’, or discern, the word. This is oral blending and it is a sub-skill of reading. then

    *To read, or decode, the printed words, see the letters from left to right, say the sounds and blend them to discover the words. After that, match the printed words with their pictures. break it up into its separate component sounds (e.g.“ quilt, /kw/ /i/ /l/ /t/ ”).

    Copyright Phonics International Ltd 2011 9 of 10

  • What do I spy with my little eye ?

    *Say only *To model oral segmenting, a sub-skill of spelling, say the whole picture-word aloud slowly and

    the separate sounds of the picture-word (e.g. “ /r/ /a/ /b/ /i/ /t/ ”) to develop the ability to ‘hear’, or discern, the word. This is oral blending and it is a sub-skill of reading. then

    *To read, or decode, the printed words, see the letters from left to right, say the sounds and blend them to discover the words. After that, match the printed words with their pictures. break it up into its separate component sounds (e.g.“ rabbit, /r/ /a/ /b/ /i/ /t/ ”).

    Copyright Phonics International Ltd 2011 10 of 10

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