*Based on a survey of 115 parent users conducted in October 2017.
Your child learns a group of sounds and matches the sound with a letter.
Your child learns to blend (or glue) these sounds together to read unknown words.
Tricky words, such as ‘the’ and ‘was’ are harder to read, but are essential because they occur so often in children’s books and writing.
Next, your child learns to spell these tricky words so they can move onto writing sentences.