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Curriculum content descriptions

Write consonant-vowel-consonant (CVC) words by representing some sounds with the appropriate letters, and blend sounds associated with letters when reading CVC words (ACELA1820)

Elaborations
  • listening to hear that children use letters/sounds (when necessary) to help them read CVC words and hear and record appropriate sounds associated with letters when writing CVC words, for example ‘kat’ for ‘cat’
General capabilities
  • Literacy Literacy
ScOT terms

Vowels,  Consonants

Interactive Resource

Spell Block Academy

A spatial-movement, word, puzzle game that has most value for early-primary learners. It has a dictionary that reinforces familiarity with common word families and high-frequency words. The game also has a dictionary editor, which allows teachers and parents to create custom dictionaries that can be used to support classroom/homework ...

Collection

Explore letters, words and text

This collection of 16 interactive learning objects supports early years learners to recognise upper- and lower-case letters, words and sentences and to create and sequence multimodal texts. The selected items in the collection are representative of others in their series, and they provide strong visual and audio support ...

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Alphaboy's big adventure

Join Alphaboy as he boards his blue bicycle in search of words beginning with B.

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Nnnn! Noodles sound nice

The letter N is at the start of some very neat words. Watch and listen as the two characters in this clip from Sesame Street make plans to nibble some noodles.

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The letter A is where it's at

Do you know the letter A? Can you think of words that start with A? Listen to this very soulful song from Sesame Street and see how many A words you can find.

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It's hip to add to an H

What letters can you add to the letter H to make new words? Listen as a very hip soul singer from Sesame Street makes some very happening H words.

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So O! It's cool for OK

It's time for the letter O.<br /><br />Groove along with this soul clip from Sesame Street. See how many O words you can name.