sc Consonant Blend Sound Phonics Song – New – Only on Silly School Education TV!


sc Consonant Blend Sound Phonics Song | KS1 This is a song to help you learn & understand the short sc consonant blend using phonics.

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sc Consonant Blend Phonics Song 

Phonics songs are a great way of teaching children how to read and write. Teaching using phonics helps children Identify, hear and understand how to use different sounds that distinguish one word from another.

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Some useful links to help you teach phonics.

National Literacy Trust

The National Literary Trust is a charity that is devoted to raising literacy levels across the UK. Click here to visit their website where you can find lots of useful information about phonics.

This is how they describe what they do.

“We are dedicated to raising literacy levels across the UK.

We work to improve the reading, writing, speaking and listening skills in the UK’s most disadvantaged communities, where one in three people have low levels of literacy.

Our research shows that during the initial school closures in 2020, 3 in 5 children and young people said that reading made them feel better. 3 in 10 said that reading helped them when they feel sad because they cannot see their family and friends.

Because low literacy is intergenerational, we focus our work on families, young people and children.”

The Children’s Literacy Charity.

The Children’s Literacy Charity is another fantastic organisation were you can find lots of useful information about phonics. They even provide some free downloads to help you.

Here’s how they describe themselves.

“There are many organisations which support the drive for better literacy, whether through widely-regarded local volunteer-led reading programmes or high level campaigning work. We differ because we employ specialist tutors who help children to catch up across the entire range of literacy skills (reading, comprehension, writing, speaking and listening).

We work closely with schools and communities in London and Manchester to identify the children who have the greatest need and who will benefit most from our expertise. In 2017/18, 91% of the children we supported were either eligible for Pupil Premium, or had a Special Educational Need (SEN), or spoke English as an Additional Language (EAL) (which can be a barrier to learning when coupled with economic disadvantage).

In schools, our support is provided through our one-to-one and one-to-three literacy interventions which take place in our Literacy Labs. These interventions are delivered by trained tutors using a systematic phonics-based programme tailored to meet the individual child’s needs. We place a strong emphasis on creating a nurturing, safe environment which allows children to tackle new challenges and ultimately to catch up with their literacy.

Validation work by the University of Sheffield identified our intervention as offering a ‘gold standard in the provision of theoretically-informed phonics instruction’ delivered with ‘reliability and efficiency’.

In addition to our work in schools, we provide support through our Community Literacy Labs – an out of school service where we partner with schools and local community organisations to reach children struggling with literacy challenges.

We also have a Reader Leader peer reading programme.

In addition, we provide high quality training and consultancy to education professionals working in the field of children’s literacy, including training and resources for parents.”

The Education Endowment Foundation

The Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) is an independent charity dedicated to breaking the link between family income and educational achievement.

Whilst not specifically related to just phonics the EEF have some excellent information available in relation to the subject.

Click on the title to find out more about what the EEF does.

sc Consonant Blend Phonics Song! Only available at Silly School Education TV.

Learn how to pronounce the sc consonant blend using phonics and some of the words that use the sc consonant blend with the sc Consonant Blend Phonics Song!



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