Before you start make sure you watch the mission video with the children. This gives an overview of the objectives of the games and also talks through the navigation of the site.
Share information about the program with parents and send home their login details using this letter. Simply complete the details in the yellow. Spanish translation.
Print off this poster for your classroom door to remind parents to spend little and often on Phonics Hero.
You’ll likely be running a parent’s evening to explain to parents how phonics is taught in your school. Here is our Playing with Sounds Order – PowerPoint and our Letters & Sounds Order – PowerPoint explaining how Phonics Hero works from a parent’s perspective. (Click on the link, then download to your computer so you can view and edit accordingly. You’ll also then be able to access our notes to guide you through the presentation)
How to Videos
Playing the Games
Adding, Editing or Deleting a Teacher Account
Adding a New Class
Quick Tip: Rather than just having all of your students setup within one class, why not setup several classes and split your children up into their phonics groups? This will help you in the day-to-day management of the accounts, while you assign levels, schedule homework and track the groups’
Creating Name Cards
Setting a Schedule
Your Teacher Account gives you the functionality to stop your students progressing past a particular level and/or skill which means you can set class activities and homework without the worry that children will progress too quickly.
Understanding the Reports
Assigning Students to a New Level
Updating a Child’s Account Details
Transferring an Account Between Students
If one student leaves the school and no longer needs an account, and a new one begins, simply transfer the account – there’s no need to purchase a new one!
Accessing the Child Accounts Through Your Teacher Account