Phonics Worksheets

What is Phonics?

Phonics instruction is a well-received method and series of techniques to teach you how read and write. The focus on learning the connections between sounds and spellings. The ultimate goal is to be able to come across unfamiliar words and sound them out. It begins with decoding words by applying letter-sound relationships this helps us learn to also pronounce words that are new to us. Once students begin to get a handle on letters and the sounds that they make, we pivot to making those sounds aloud and make them part of speech. Through the process students learn how to manipulate individual sounds and make the transition to writing. Once we are able to properly sound out and write words, we learn that words and sounds do not correlate with meaning. This is where we move on to other language arts skills that help us to share and take in information in high volumes.

Add and Subtract Phonemes

A helpful section to help you learn how to convert words to the spoken word.

Beginning Sounds

This is the way to start off your adventure with these skills.

Consonant Digraphs

Students begin to understand the use of digraphs.


We begin to explore the letters of the alphabet that obstruct our breath.

Consonant Blends

When groups of consonants are packed together to make unique sounds.

Letter Recognition

We help students learn how to attach letters to words and objects.

Letter Sounds

We associate sounds with a series of letters.

Long Vowels

The vowels that have the same pronunciation as the letters name.

Phoneme Blending

We connect sounds to a series of letter blends.

Phoneme Isolation

We find unique sounds that are laser guided within words.

Phoneme Segmenting

We begin to separate sounds found within words.

Phoneme Substitution

We learn how to replace known sounds found within words.

R-controlled words

We focus on words that are driven by the letter "r".

Rhyming Pairs

We look at how groups of words naturally rhyme.

Short Vowels

These are vowels found in words that emit a different sounds than the letters naturally are named.

Vowel Digraphs

Students learn how to use these pieces in an appropriate manner.

Vowel Diphthongs

we learn to spot noticeable pitch or sound changes with a fixed syllable.

Word Families

These words have a common set pattern to them.