Phonics lays a foundation for fluent reading, spelling and understanding word structures. A firm grasp of phonics lays a strong foundation and ensures that children do not struggle when reading.
We begin with beginning sounds for letters or alphabets and move on to blending those sounds to form words. In this post, we will be covering the next step which is reading sentences.
Before attempting this pack, I suggest you try these fun secret sentence worksheets which are simpler and can be attempted by preschoolers too.
In this ‘phonics reading’ Pack there are five worksheets for word family an, en, in, og and un. These sentences are decodable and will provide ample reading practice for children.
Above is phonics reading sentences for word family an worksheet. These worksheets will give our kindergarteners reading as well as writing practice and is perfect to attempt once the child can read -an family words.
The above worksheet is for phonics reading sentences for word family og. Start from the beginning and read highlighting the ‘og’ words. By the time, the children reach the end, they will begin to understand a pattern and will be reading much quicker because of repetition.
I start these phonics reading sentences worksheets once the children get the hang of word families. It helps with sight words too and prepares the children for reading small passages.
The next is phonics reading sentence worksheet for word family in. Once the children have finished reading the sentence, have them write the -in words.
I have used at least five words from the same word family for good practice. These sentences may not be very meaningful but they will give the child good practice for reading and that was my aim behind designing these worksheets.
After the children have written the -en words, they can complete the simple sentences. This is important since it lets me know if the child has understood the sentence.
I have designed these worksheets for almost all the word families. It does quicken the process of reading and builds a confidence in children when it comes to reading.