Hello Parents, K Learning Kids’ exercise is to learn and apply the letters to peruse or spell phonic words in English. In numerous schools start phonics sounds in kindergarten at 3 years old years.
Phonic English words have names, and letters have sounds.
The children are gradually being introduced to the sounds that letters make through Phonics. By relating the English letters to their Hindi counterparts, the children can easily learn and become familiar with the sounds and start reading simple 2 or 3-letter words from their books.
Your child can learn phonics sounds using Hindi sounds
Parents can teach their kids reading with phonics using a combination of English and Hindi. Here are a few ways they can do this:
Start by teaching the English alphabet and corresponding sounds to the child in Hindi. For example, they can teach the child that “a” makes the “aa” sound, and “b” makes the “ब” sound.
Use visual aids such as flashcards with pictures of objects that begin with the corresponding sound. This will help the child associate the sound with the letter and the object.
Practice blending sounds together to form simple words. Begin with two-letter words and slowly progress to more complex words.
Use Hindi words with the same sound to reinforce the English sounds. For example, when teaching the sound of “a”, the parent can use Hindi words such as “आम” (mango) to help the child understand the sound.
Encourage the child to read simple English words and sentences using the sounds they have learned.
Make reading fun by encouraging the child to read out loud and rewarding them for their progress.
Practice regularly and be patient, as learning to read takes time and practice.
It’s worth mentioning that it’s important to use a proper and well-designed phonics curriculum, and if needed, seek help from experts such as teachers or tutors.
|'a' sound as in cat or apple (not in ape or name)
|'e' sound as in bed or set ( not in feed or meet)
|'i' as in big or sit and ink (not in ice cream)
|'o' as in not or God (not in open)
|'u' as in but or fun (not in uniform)
|The sound of 'b' as in bib.
|The sound of 'c' as in cat(k) (not the sound of 'c' as in see)
|The sound of 'd' as in bad.
|the sound of 'f' as in bluff (place the upper teeth lightly on the lower lip and at the same time force your breath in a steady stream)
|The sound of 'g' as in girl or bag.
|The sound of 'h' as in hat.
|The sound of 'j' as in Raj or jelly.
|The sound of 'k' as in back.
|The sound of 'l' as in ball.
|The sound of 'm' as in dam.
|The sound of 'n' in fun.
|The sound of 'p' as in pup (Close your lips tightly, below them apart with little puffs of breath)
|The sound of 'q' as in queen.
|The sound of 'r' as in rat.
|The sound fo 's' as in yes (make the hissing sound sss...)
|The sound of 't' as on bot.
|The final sound of 'v' as in give or five (bite of your lower lip when pronouncing)
|The of 'w' as in way (make a circle of the lips to pronounce the first sound)
|The sound of 'x' as in six (A combined sound fo k and s)
|The first sound of 'y' as in yes
|The find sound of 'z' as in jazz.
Download phonics printable take a print & past it in front of kids study table.
Focus on Lesson
- Children learn and identify the letter sound.
- They can easily associate letter sound with beginning word sound
Age Group :
- Kindergarten to 1st grade
- 3years to 5years
You can take a printout of the phonics sheet & paste it in front of children.