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Medial Sound - a

May 24th 2007 09:55
I have posted a booklet, ‘Brat the Rat’, which emphasises the medial sound 'a'.
This booklet (written for emerging readers) can be found at the end of all the lessons and certificates for Phonic Pack 1.
Printing off and making this booklet with your child would be most beneficial at the end of the Lessons for medial sound 'a'.
Give your child as much help as needed to enjoy and successfully complete the booklet.




Medial sound - a - page 1
Medial Sound - a - (page 1)



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Printing Instructions


Medial Sound - a - page 1.


Medial sound ‘a’:
1. Look at these words. Read them.
(Tutor Note: your child may be able to read the words without sounding them out. This is good. If she/he cannot read a word without sounding it out, ask her/him to sound it out and then blend it into a word.)

cat rat mat fat bat hat

2. Circle the ‘a’ sound in each word. Notice it is the middle sound.

3. Sound out each word, listening for the ‘a’ sound.

4. Read this sentence.
Tutor Note: This is the process to follow when your child is reading sentences during the next few sessions.
• Your child reads as much of the sentence as he/she can, sounding out any unknown words which can be sounded out.
• Help your child with the look-say words. (e.g. The, the)
• If your child needed help or had to sound out words, ask him/her to read the sentence again, as fluently as possible, pointing to the words as she/he reads. This makes her/him look at the words, so he/she is reading them rather than saying them off by heart.
• Now that your child can read words it is important to string them together into sentences. This is how we read. Reading sentences and understanding what we read is also helping to develop reading comprehension skills. Drawing a picture about the sentence is a simple comprehension exercise.

Read and draw: The cat and the rat sat on the mat.




You can choose Foundation Print or Victorian Modern Cursive Print for this worksheet.

medial sound a page 1
Medial Sound - a - (page 2) - Foundation Print


Print above image and complete the lesson.

Printing Instructions


Medial Sound - a - page 2.


1. Look at these words. Read them.

(Tutor Note: instructions page 76)

ran man can van fan Dan pan

2. Circle the ‘a’ in each word.

3. Sound out each word, listening for the ‘a’ sound.

4. Read this sentence.

(Tutor Note: instructions page 76)


Read and draw: The man ran to the van.

Trace over each word and then write it neatly on the line.

Remember to hold your pencil correctly.

cat bat .

man tan .

jam ram

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Medial sound - a - teaching phonics
Medial Sound - a - (page 2) - Victorian Modern Cursive Print

Print above image and complete the lesson.

Printing Instructions










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