I hope that you found yesterday’s post useful on why we teach initial sounds first and enjoyed the game reinforcement game.
How about playing Monkey Match, a concentration game, today? Your child will be challenged to match the object to its initial sound.
Familiarity with initial sounds will benefit both reading and spelling. Concentration is great for, you guessed it, building up your child’s concentration and memory!
Our cool Hawaiian monkey friend gives clear explanations on how to play. The initial sounds are pronounced very clearly. The pictures are of everyday objects and animals, nothing too tricky.
Once you have successfully cleared your coconuts you are invited to play another round. The next round will contain different letters and sounds.
The lack of a timer makes the game user friendly for little ones just learning. They can take as long as necessary to play and win!
If you are playing this with an older child for revision you could set a timer on your phone. Children love to try and beat a timer!!!
I would love to hear your comments on this and yesterday’s game. Did your child enjoy them? Any concerns or queries about sounds and phonics homework? I would be only thrilled to help!
Miss Mernagh 🙂