Long I Phonics Story
Learning to spell Long I words is fun and interesting with this engaging phonics story full of words showing how the Long I vowel sound can be spelled in 11 different ways. The story contains 92 Long I words, with the Long I letters printed in contrasting green for easy decoding.
The storybook also includes differentiated word family lists, a reading comprehension quiz, homonyms, high frequency sight words, play based and cross curricular activities and a colouring page. Your students will easily develop phonemic awareness, learn to decode sounds in words and build knowledge of letter sound correspondence.
In this engaging story, ‘Diamonds in the Sky’, Tyson Pirate is looking forward to a quiet night and a giant apple pie, but something is happening outside. Children will love reading about his adventures and have fun learning to spell at the same time.
Our unique approach to phonics combines systematic spelling with story based learning to bring spelling to life and provides the context for phonics to make sense. Re-energize your students and make spelling time a happy and successful time for all!
In This Resource:
- engaging 19 page full color phonics picture book story
- 92 Long I spelling words to learn 11 different ways the Long I sound can be spelled: ‘eigh’, ‘eye’, ‘i’, ‘ia’, ‘ie’, ‘ig’, ‘igh’, ‘i_e’, ‘uy’, ‘y’ and ‘y_e’
- word family list
- tricky words
- reading comprehension
- grapheme chart
- story on one page
- coloring page
- spelling activity ideas
- cross curricula story based learning activities
Print or View
- PDF format to print as booklet or single pages, or view on any screen in single or double page format to suit
Note: 2 versions are included to accommodate differences in US and UK/Australian spelling. The following different spellings occur in the story and accompanying activity pages.
US/UK: neighbors/neighbours, coloring/colouring
Please note: these are to decodable readers for whole . This phonics story book focuses on decoding a focus Long I letters are printed in green to scaffold students learning of letter sound correspondence.
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