2017 BETT Award Finalist Monster Phonics helps all children to learn how to read and spell. It is truly multi-sensory, active and so much more engaging. The scheme supports all learners to understand phonics and spell more accurately. It follows the new 2014 primary curriculum.
Printable lesson plans, multisensory activities, songs, videos and downloadable PowerPoint presentations are available for each grapheme. Monster Phonics is a breathe of fresh air for dyslexic learners. Finally a scheme exists that plays to dyslexic visuo-spatial strengths rather than weaknesses. With Monster Phonics, English as a Second Language learners benefit from pronunciation support through colour-coding. Colour-coding for sound and linking this to monster characters has given us a tool to explain the grapheme-phoneme relationship to children. Children love the monsters but they are really sound cues!
Let’s support our 1 in 5 dyslexic children and our 1 in 6 EAL learners in whole-class phonics lessons. We all agree that multisensory teaching is the best for all children and that no child should get left behind. Our feedback has been excellent, so why not take a free trial for your school.
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