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Phonetics: the sounds of American english

You can see the animation to pronounce well the sound

 the video…

and some examples.

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Write phonetics using English alphabet then search the web or post to social networks by clicking the appropriate button.

You can type directly on your physical keyboard or on the virtual on-screen keyboard using a suitable input device such as mouse or touch screen device.

You can change the keyboard symbols by selecting another layout from the listbox located above the virtual keyboard.

You can save typed phonetics as an MS-Word file by clicking the Save button, copy them to clipboard using the Copy button, or post them to Twitter, Facebook, etc by clicking the desired button.

You can save typed phonetics as a PNG image to insert in a presentation or share on a medium that does not support a proper phonetic font.

 

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PHOTRANSEDIT

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PHONETIZER

phonetizer

Phonetizer is a lightweight software application built specifically for helping you generate the phonetic transcription for English texts.

Even if the software is no free you can use the online version by free

You can use Phonetizer without installing it on your computer.Add phonetic English transcription online.

Of course, then you can copy your transcription anywhere. This version is more limited but I consider that it is useful for many occasions.

HOW DOES IT WORK So easy!!! you write or copy your test cilck on transcribe and….that’s all

ATTENTION!! Sometimes, it doesn’t work properly

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turtle diary phonics

turtle diaryIn turtle diary.com  you will find  animated videos for kindergarten to lay a strong educational foundation for kids. The catchy video presentations make learning easy, engaging, and fun. Simplified concepts further help in a better grasp, thereby making kids understand concepts better.

There are not only phonics, but also games, worksheets and quizzes. But as this site is the place for phonics, I will leave videos based on phonics.

There three kind of accounts: totally free, premium or entreprise but it iturtle diary members not neccessary to log in. Of course, depending on your account you will have more access to many other resources.

Anyway, there is a quite good colection of free resources that is recommendable. 

Here, the videos related with phonics thanks to turtle diary 

 

a for ant

 

a

au aw

e

ee

i

i for ice

o for otter

o for old

oo long

oo short

oi oy

ow ou

u for uncle

u

b

c

ch

d

g

h

j

k

l

m

n

p

q

r

s

sh

t

th

th for thick

v

w

x

y

z

And here they come three interesting games about phonics!

Don’t miss them!!!!!

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game 2

game 3

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TONGUE TWISTERS

One of the best and most enjoyable ways to improve yor pronuntiation is by practising tongue twisters. They are powerful tools for warming up your muscles used for speech. If you know that there is certain sound that causes you difficulty find the tongue twister that can help you to practice it.Here you have some of them.

For some of them I have added the videos from you tube.

These ones below are from DLTK’s growing together

tongue twister DLK1 a tidy tigerA tidy tiger tied a tighter tie to tidy her tiny tail.

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tongue twister DLK4  groundhogHow much ground would a groundhog grind if a groundhog could grind ground ?

A groundhog would grind all the ground if a groundhog could grind ground.

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tongue twister DLK6 coffeeI want coffee in a proper copper coffee pot.

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tongue twister DLK8 peter piperPeter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.

If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers, how many pickled peppers did Peter Piper pick?

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tongue twister DLK9 busy beaverThe busy, bold beaver bit bitter brown bark.

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tongue twister DLK3 firefliesFriendly fleas and fire flies.

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tongue twister DLK7 woodchuckHow much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?

A woodchuck would chuck all the wood if a woodchuck could chuck wood.

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tongue twister DLK2 beesBusy buzzing bumblebees.

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tongue twister DLK5 she sellsShe sells seashells by the seashore.

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These ones below are made by myself. If you click on the picture you can download the pdf.

Attention! I have always used  ” labeled for reuse” images. (At least, this was what internet said. If there is any mistake, please let me know!) 

If two witches were watching two watches, which witch would watch which watch?two witches

 

 

 

I thought a thought.
But the thought I thought
wasn’t the thought I
thought I thought.
If the thought I thought I
thought had been the
thought I thought, I
wouldn’t have thought so
much.I thought a thought

 

 

 

Rubber baby buggy.Bumpers, rubber baby baggy.Bumpers, rubber baby baggy.Bumpers, rubber baby baggy.Bumpers, rubber baby baggy.Bumpers

buggy bumpers

 

Crip crusts cruckle cruchinly.crip crusts

 

 

 

Fuzzy wuzzy was a bear. Fuzzy Wuzzy had no hair. Fuzzy Wuzzy wasn’t very fuzzy, was he?fuzzy wuzzy bear

 

Each Easter Eddie eats eighty Easter eggs.eddie eats easter eggs

 

 

 

 

I am thinking of 3,333 things.i am thinking

 

 

 

One-one was a race horse. Two-two was one too.One-one woan a race. Two-two won one too.race horses

 

 

 

 

I slit the sheet, the sheet I slitt and on the slitted sheet I sit.I slit the sheet

 

 

Red lorry, yellow lorry.red lorry yellow lorry

Roberta ran rings around the roman ruins.roberta ran rings

 

 

 

The octopus and Oliver went to the opera in October.the octopus and oliver

 

 

 

Betty bought a bit of bitter butter.betty bought butter

 

 

 

 

Any noise annoys an oyster but a noisy noise annoys an oyster more.a noise annoys an oyster

 

 

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Phase 2 Tricky words

Not much to be said about this excellent game for learning.

See if you can match the tricky words and put them on the bus or just listen to the word and see if you can find it. A word game with tricky words from Phase 2 of Letters and Sounds.

A simple drag and drop activity to improve ‘tricky word’ recognition.

Use the first mode to enable simple word-to-word matching. Drag the word onto the vehicle. Use the harder mode to really focus on reading, listening to the word and searching for it in the list before dragging.

tricky word bus

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READING BEAR- phonetics for young learners

1211What age level is Reading Bear for?


Reading Bear is aimed mainly at children learning to read at the traditional ages of 4-7. The concepts, vocabulary, and length of the presentations were designed especially with these ages in mind. But even younger children do enjoy and get something out of Reading Bear.

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EXCELLENT VIDEOS ABOUT PHONICS WITH DIFFERENT EXERSICES:

sound it slowly or quickly,audio and silent flashcards,audio and silent sentences…

How is Reading Bear supposed to work?

Reading Bear combines carefully-matched text and audio with pictures and videos, to show the student precisely how each letter is sounded out and what words mean. This will, we hope, “unlock the mystery” of reading for young students both in terms of phonics and comprehension.

The student can systematically begin with a very easy presentation type?”Sound It Out Slowly”?and even have all the words demonstrated in advance, with no participation required. For the next step, the student hears the words blended slowly and is asked only to blend it quickly. By the third step, the student has heard the words two or more times apiece and has very likely begun to internalize sounds being taught. So the student is ready to start blending the word with only a quick sounding-out of the word as a prompt. In the last step, the student both sounds out and blends the words with only the text as a clue.
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starfall

speakbooks7This page was opened in September of 2002 as a free public service to teach children to read with phonics. Their systematic phonics approach, in conjunction with phonemic awareness practice, is perfect for preschool, kindergarten, first grade, second grade, special education, homeschool, and English language development (ELD, ELL, ESL). Starfall is an educational alternative to other entertainment choices for children.

It is divided into 4 sections that I presents below

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 Starfall’s ABC section teaches letter-sound that focuses on each letter of the alphabet. This explicit instruction is most effective in kindergarten and for ESL and special education students when it is combined with exercises in phonemic awareness.
 

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With 15 useful books to start reading with phonemes plus other activities where children will have lots of fun:
Zac the Rat
Peg the Hen
The Big Hit
Mox’s Shop
Gus the Duck
Jake’s Tale
Pete’s Sheep
Sky Ride
Robot and Mr. Mole
Dune Buggy
Soap Boat
Car Race
My Horse Glory
Surfer Girl
My Family
 

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It’s next step to the previous one: “Learn to read” Here you will have interactive games at the same time your children learn

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As you see is next step to previous one: this section is divided into 6 more. But if you clich on each one you will find more than 40 titles, all of them with audio and images.

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