Improve your students' phonics skills.

Phonics is a method of teaching reading through letter-sound recognition. It involves developing phonemic awareness, which is understanding single sound units called phonemes and the letters or letter groups of our writing system that represent them. To learn more about how LiteracyPlanet can improve your students' phonics skills, click here for an obligation-free demonstration.

Key phonics features

  • Hundreds of exercises to develop phonics skills.
  • Incorporates both synthetic and analytic phonics approaches.
  • Follows the key steps to reading acquisition.
  • New letter sound correspondence is introduced via a tutorial.
  • Interactive exercises to test understanding and application.

Tested and proven

"Scientific studies show that learning depends on attention, repetition and immediate feedback. LiteracyPlanet provides this in a highly entertaining and rewarding environment that motivates children."

Professor Genevieve McArthur, Macquarie University.

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How to teach phonics with LiteracyPlanet

Phonics teaches reading through letter-sound recognition. It involves developing phonemic awareness, which is understanding single sound units called phonemes and the letters or letter groups of our writing system that represent them.

LiteracyPlanet teaches phonics in a fun, interactive way that keeps young minds engaged while they learn. Based on the concept of gamification, where game-related principles are applied in non-game contexts, our huge range of fun activities will provide students with a solid foundation for reading.

Key features include:

  • Hundreds of exercises to develop phonics skills.
  • Follows the key steps to reading acquisition.
  • Incorporates both synthetic and analytic phonics approaches.
  • Introduces new letter-sound correspondence via a tutorial.
  • Includes interactive exercises to test understanding and application.
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Phonics games with LiteracyPlanet

LiteracyPlanet’s interactive activities and exercises are not only fun, they’re also aligned with key learning outcomes and focus on reading acquisition and ensuring that knowledge gaps are filled.

They are also focused on meeting syllabus requirements and students’ progress can be easily monitored and tracked using LiteracyPlanet software.

Studies by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and Macquarie University have both found that LiteracyPlanet exercises produce noticeable improvements in literacy performance, so if you’d like to find out more about improving your students' phonics skills, click here for an obligation-free demonstration.

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