How do you encourage reading after the phonetic object box? Phonetic Cards! Here's the big picture:
- Phonetic object box
- Phonetic 3-part reading cards
- Phonetic word cards (see below)
- Phonetic activity cards (see below)
Around the same time that children are moving ahead with all of this phonetic reading work, they are also tucking into reading phonograms.
- Phonogram object box
- Phonogram 3-part reading cards
- Phonogram Lists: Traditional Phonograms (see below)
- Phonogram Lists: Common Phonograms (see below)
If you'd like more information on this approach to literacy, read Muriel Dwyer's A Path for the Exploration of Any Language.