There are lots of phonics resources available for practitioners now. Some of these are on line and some can be purchased via catalogues. However, they are not all produced by synthetic phonics specialists and can be technically incorrect or have very little educational value. I have set up this part of the website to save practitioners spending time wading through unsuitable resources in order to find the good ones. The resources I have linked to would be worth looking at to see if they would meet the needs of the children you work with.
I have provided links to other websites and online catalogues for specific individual resources that I think are well worth considering. Just because I have linked to one particular resource on another site, does not mean I would do so for any others on the same site. Therefore, please just look at the resource that each link relates to.
I have chosen to organise the links to resources on other sites below in Letters and Sounds phases, but many resources are equally useful for practitioners using other synthetic phonics schemes. You can also access these resources via the green 'resources on other websites' buttons in each Letters and Sounds phase.