Can you say the sounds made by the letters below?
n p s t i a m
Click on the link below to practice your letter recognition. When the page loads, please select set 1 (s a t p) or set 2 ( i n m d) sounds.
Today we will learn the d sound. This is a short, bouncy sound, made by putting the tongue up to the roof of the mouth.
Can you practice saying the sound d d d d d d d d d d?
Watch the video below as Geraldine Giraffe learns all about the letter d.
Watch the video above showing how to correctly form the letter d. Use your magic finger to write the d letter in the air, on the table and on the palm of your hand. Can you have a go at writing it in your exercise book?
Now we would like you to have a go at using your robot arms to orally segment some words. Your grown up will tell you the words that you are going to super segment and brilliant blend. Remember to segment and say each sound before blending the whole word, e.g. p-a-n pan. If you want you can write the words in your exercise book as well; the skill we want you to focus on the most though is being able to orally segment a cvc word.
Please ask your child to segment the sounds in the following words: