#The display boards for phonics
To help students make better use of phonics skills, we have placed several organized display boards in our classroom. If we keep telling the sounds to the students every day, they will remember them. When we need to read or write unknown words, we can use the display board to help students remember the phonics rules.
In grade 2 phonics class, we like to stick to the same routine so that students know all the instructions very well. If we have enough time, we do some phonics activities or games to make it fun for the students. Our favorite phonics activities include guessing games, puzzles, letter changing games, bingo games, rhyming or alliteration words, quick response games, card games, spelling contests, tic-tac-toe, etc.
Students were having the phonics lesson.
#Use phonics in reading
Reading and phonics promote each other. Reading can improve students' phonics skills, while phonics makes reading easier and better. Our students gradually train their phonic skills and expand their vocabulary by persistently reading materials appropriate for them before becoming free readers.