This Jolly Phonics video shows each single letter (grapheme) and corresponding sound (phoneme) from Phase 2 and the beginning of Phase 3. Each letter has a catchy song and an action which helps cement the relationship between the grapheme and the phoneme.
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Songs and actions for single graphemes.
Phase 3 Phonics
In Phase 3, we carry on the concept of Jolly Phonics by giving each new phoneme a separate action so that the children can cement their grapheme-phoneme correspondence and differentiate between different sounds when spelling words.
Take some money out of your hand and pay the shopkeeper.
Hands start above the head and fingers wiggle as the arms come down to simulate rain.
Put one hand over your eyes. What can you see?
Drink a cup of tea.
Turn the key
Straighten your tie.
Throw the snow.
Put your fingers either side of your head to resemble the horns of a goat.
Hold your nose from the poo in the zoo.
Open a book
Give us a clue. Make a magnifying glass with your thumb and index finger.
Strum the guitar.
Shut the door.
Put your hand over your mouth as if you were yawning.
Put one hand out and then the other. Sure it's pure.
Mix the bowl with a mixer.
Whirl and twirl your fingers.
Put your hands together, turn them to the left and then right.
Put you hand to your ear. Can you hear?
Move your arms like a toy robot.
Show the coin by making a circle with your thumb and index finger.