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In England you can try Jolly Phonics, or books by Ruth Miskin.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Jolly-Phonics-Activity-Books-1-7/dp...

Ruth Miskin (Amazon haven't arranged this page well) https://www.amazon.co.uk/Ruth-Miskin/e/B0034N7454




I used Jolly Phonics with my 2 kids (in Scotland) - they both enjoyed it, and it allowed them to learn all the phonics surprisingly quickly.

I think the major feature of Jolly Phonics is that each phonic is accompanied by an action, which not only makes it fun, but also helps distinguish between similar phonics.

For example, for 'd' you make a drumming motion; for 't', you move your head from side-to-side as if watching a tennis volley.

Can't recommend it enough!




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