To complement the Froggy Match-it app we have also developed additional resources. These resources are to be used alongside the app in order to further improve reading and writing. Don’t forget you can get a FREE app with the intro level and level 1.
FREE writing sheetsView resources
At each level of Froggy Match-it there are ten free writing sheets to download. These free writing sheets are based specifically on the type of phonic words covered in the related level of the reading game, and the first pages relate directly to the interactive activities. Just as the phonics games in Froggy Match-it are... Read more
FREE dictation sentencesView resources
For each of the levels 1 to 11 of the Froggy Match-it game, there are free dictation sentences for teachers and parents/carers to access. These can be used to further reinforce the spelling rules learnt by using the game. The dictation sentences sheet for each level is appended to the 10 writing sheets for that... Read more
FREE certificatesView resources
There are free downloadable certificates to give an extra reward for children who complete the Froggy Match-it phonics levels. You can download individual certificates from within the app, when you complete each level. You can download a pdf with all certificates here. Fill one in for your child now! Download Certificates
More FREE stuffView resources
Here are some more worksheets, with different interesting styles, to give another slant to learning reading and spelling. They can be used on their own, but do complement different levels of the Froggy Match-it app. Each month we are bringing out a new set: to find out first, follow us on twitter or Facebook.
e-reading books (almost free)View resources
Once a child has completed a level of the phonics interactive game, what could be better than a story to read that focuses on the phonics words he/she has been learning? The National Curriculum recommends that at Key Stage 1 children ‘read books consistent with their developing phonic knowledge and skill’ and the Department for... Read more
Free activities and tips to help with the Phonics Screening CheckView resources
In the week commencing Monday 12 June 2017, as you probably know, Year 1 children in England will be taking part in the phonics screening check, so that schools can check each pupil’s phonic knowledge and progress. How can you help your child in the days leading up to the test, and with reading and... Read more