www.letters-and-sounds.com - Free resources for Letters and Sounds
Phase 4 Games
These free online games are all aimed at Phase Four of the Letters and Sounds phonics programme. Click on a
picture to play - all games open in a new window.
First print off the bingo cards which are available in PDF format. Then for Phase Four you can
choose whether you want CVCC words or CCVC words. Every time you click the "pull" button you will
get a new word to blend. ICT Games.
At the start of the game you can choose which letter sets to work with, or you can even enter
your own word list. You have to give the eggs with real words on to the green dragon and those wit
made up words to the red dragon. Here are some useful teaching ideas for the game from Phonics Play.
Poop Deck Pirates
You can choose the Phase 4 options at the bottom of the first screen. Choose CVCC or CCVC words.
Blend the sounds together to make a word, then click the tick if it's a real word or the cross if
it's a fake word. Kent Ed.
Choose a sentence from the list provided. The words will be displayed across the screen with
some alternatives at the bottom. Once the children have read the sentence they can try out
alternative words and see whether the sentence still makes sense. There are teaching ideas for this game from Phonics Play.
Blending Sound Buttons
Click to choose the sounds and drag them to the display. Click the red buttons to hear the
sounds. This is a useful activity for practising CVCC and CCVC words from Kent Ed.
Sound out and blend the word on the coin. If it's a real word, drag it into the treasure chest.
If it's nonsense then drag it to the bin. Click for teaching ideas and printable resources to accompany this game from Phonics
You can rotate the dial on the right hand side by clicking the arrow, which will let you see
more phonemes. Click any letters to shoot them out of the cannon, then they can be dragged into
place to make a word on the water. Kent Ed.
Picnic on Pluto
There are plenty of options so that you can play the game with whichever words the children are
ready to practise with. Sound out the words and feed the fake ones to Obb and the real ones to Bob.
You can get some useful teaching ideas for the game from Phonics Play.