Here's a question. What's a fun and easy way to learn letter blend sounds? Try Go Phonic 3! And if you want to go back and practise earlier more easy sounds and letter blends there is Go Phonic and Go Phonic 2 as well! These games are great for learning and recalling the sounds of letters and their different combinations.
- A3 size double-sided laminated boardgame
- Dice, counters and playing instructions
- 2-4 players
- Suitable for dyslexic learners
- Ages 8 upwards
- Essential part of the National Curriculum
- Key stages 2 & 3
- Game 1: Further blends. Practise more complex blends such as â€˜spr-â€™ spring, â€˜ch-â€™ chemistry etc. A mix of initial, vowel, and final blends that are bit more difficult than those in the previous Go Phonic games
- Game 2: More Further blends. Practise blends such as â€˜-gueâ€™ catalogue, â€˜-ageâ€™ luggage, â€˜-tionâ€™ fraction. You know how they sound, but sometimes forget how they are spelt. This game is a useful reminder!