Phonics activities for kids


Boost your children's phonic skills by simply encouraging them to play with and describe various household items! Try to use words and describe objects based on their size, shape, and overall appearance throughout these activities. Some activities included here to teach your children understading alphabets and basic of reading.

Simple actions such as telling names of items based on their sounds and differences between consonants, and vowels will help develop a solid foundation for primary children to learn better reading concepts such as alphabets, words, spellings, as well sentences and little poems.

By classifying things based on color names, shape and then discussing each object's real name and their phonic sound and spelling with your child. It will expand their vocabulary skills.

What You Need:
1. Miscellaneous objects found around such as toys, school things, and things in your bedroom, living room and kitchen.
2. Some colorful cards.
3. Cards of alphabets.

Easy Activities:
1. Encourage your child to help you put away the things in a school bag. Ask them to name each item in terms of its basic phonic sound or starting alphabets of everything.

2. Let your child help arrange the cupboard. Ask them name and color of clothes. Tell them to count the quantity of their own clothes and ask them a phonic sound of numbers like, one, two, three and four.

3. Give your child purse, camera, buttons, or any other small objects and containers in the kitchen. Tell them to sort the items based on size, color, and then to count the objects in each group.
Make a little poem with small words that are easy to understand. Let them sing this poem as many times.

Learning through fun

Make some dark-colored cartoon character cards. You can give this card to your child and ask them to name the character and first alphabets of their names and encourage them to spell about that character.

Always tell them names of items you see around the house. You can tell them names of animals, birds and trees or flowers, phonic sounds that come with each name, first alphabets of every word and their spellings.

The activities included here some colorful cards with alphabets Ato Z. Your child can read letters with these cards. You can cut these cards and can make different activities with it.


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