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Reading with Accuracy 1

In this worksheet, students are encouraged to read aloud words that are consistent with their developing phonic knowledge.

'Reading with Accuracy 1' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:   Reading: Word Reading

Curriculum subtopic:   Read Aloud

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

You have learned a lot about sounds so far.

Look at this picture. 

Which word is correct? Read the words out loud:

 

bug dog

 

 

This is a bug, not a dog. 

 

In this worksheet you will need to read carefully to work out the clues.

Look at this picture.

spider

 

Tick the name.

spider

sausage

Look at this picture.

Cat
  

Tick the name.

cow

cat

Look at this picture.


 

Tick the name.

sock

slug

Look at this picture.


 

Tick the name.

shell

snail

Look at this picture.


 

Tick the name.

frog

fish

Look at this picture.


 

Tick the name.

bee

slug

Look at this picture.


 

Tick the name.

frog

fox

Look at this picture.

 


 

Tick the name.

earing

earwig

Look at this picture.


 

Tick the name.

garden

grasshopper

Look at this picture.


 

Tick the name.

ask

ant

  • Question 1

Look at this picture.

spider

 

Tick the name.

CORRECT ANSWER
spider
EDDIE SAYS
Looks a bit scary on the screen doesn't it! This is a spider. The trick here is to first look at the picture and decide it is. Then say the word out loud to yourself. Say it slowly so you can break the words down to hear each individual sound. 'S-p-i-d-er' has 5 phonemes. Then you can look at the words to decide which one matches the word you are saying.
  • Question 2

Look at this picture.

Cat
  

Tick the name.

CORRECT ANSWER
cat
EDDIE SAYS
How did you get on? This is a 'cat'. You can break the word down into 3 phonemes 'c-a-t'. It can help to hear the phonemes if you clap each sound as as you say them. Give the next question a try.
  • Question 3

Look at this picture.


 

Tick the name.

CORRECT ANSWER
slug
EDDIE SAYS
Remember phonemes are the sounds within a word. It is your job to look at the image and sound out the name of the object or animal in the picture. The graphemes (letters) that make up those sounds should be one of the options below. You just have to pick the correct one! Keep it up super star!
  • Question 4

Look at this picture.


 

Tick the name.

CORRECT ANSWER
snail
EDDIE SAYS
Are you starting to get the hang of this? Try and imagine sound buttons below each word. Read each option and then look at the image and decide which word matches the animal in the picture. Remember say each word slowly to break down the word into phonemes. You can do this!
  • Question 5

Look at this picture.


 

Tick the name.

CORRECT ANSWER
fish
EDDIE SAYS
This is a 'fish'. The word 'f-i-sh' has 3 phonemes. This word has the digraph 'sh' at the end of the word. A digraph is two letters that make one sound. The rule is that if you have to change the shape of you mouth, you are saying a new phoneme (sound).
  • Question 6

Look at this picture.


 

Tick the name.

CORRECT ANSWER
bee
EDDIE SAYS
Great effort! Remember just keep using your phonics. You can do this! Make sure if you are stuck, sound each word out slowly. The word 'bee' only has 2 phonemes, 'b-ee'.
  • Question 7

Look at this picture.


 

Tick the name.

CORRECT ANSWER
fox
EDDIE SAYS
Have you got the hang of this now? Read each word and look at the picture. Make sure you are sounding out each word correctly. 'F-o-x' has 3 phonemes. You have got this! Give the next question a go.
  • Question 8

Look at this picture.

 


 

Tick the name.

CORRECT ANSWER
earwig
EDDIE SAYS
Did you get it correct? This is a tricky one as the word 'earwig' is broken down into, 'ear-w-ig'. The trigraph 'ear' is 3 letters that make one sound. Remember it can really help to say the word aloud and clap for each sound you can hear. Think about the shape of your mouth, as soon as you have to move your mouth or tongue you are saying a new phoneme.
  • Question 9

Look at this picture.


 

Tick the name.

CORRECT ANSWER
grasshopper
EDDIE SAYS
This is a long word! But the same rules still apply. If you are stuck blending all the sounds once you have sounded them out, try saying them quickly out loud. Is it a word that you recognise? We segment 'grasshopper' into 'g-r-a-ss-h-o-p-p-er' One more question to go!
  • Question 10

Look at this picture.


 

Tick the name.

CORRECT ANSWER
ant
EDDIE SAYS
High five for effort! The word 'ant' has 3 phonemes 'a-n-t'. Keep saying the word out loud so you can hear the sounds you are saying. Remember if you are struggling to blend the sounds, try saying them quicker and keep repeating them. Great work!
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