Phonics - Graphemes (2, 3 and 4-letter)
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Phonics - Graphemes (2, 3 and 4-letter)

This quiz covers 2, 3 and 4-letter graphemes. It consolidates all the phonics quizzes and asks children at the KS1 level to identify sounds within words. In doing so, this will not only improve their understanding of literacy and English, but will help them in reading and writing.

There are 42 phonic sounds. Memorizing these sounds will help you read and write. Test your knowledge on the phonics sounds.

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  1. Which of these is not a sound?
    By learning the phonics sounds, you will be able to break a word up into segments and sound it out.
  2. You must not chuck a cricket ball. What is the last sound in 'chuck'?
    Often, if there is a 'k' sound at the end of a word, it will be written like this: 'ck'.
  3. They are jumping. What is the first sound in the word 'jumping'?
    The word should be broken up like this: j + u + m + p + i + ng.
  4. Her wings are beautiful. What is the third sound in the word 'wings'?
    The word wings should be broken up into these sounds: w + i + ng + s.
  5. Ducks go quack. What is the first sound in the word 'quack'?
    Q and u are always written next to each other.
  6. Which of these is not a sound?
    Although it's not a sound, there is a word that has 'uo' in it: duo. Duo means two of something.
  7. She has lovely hair. How many phonics sounds are there in the word 'hair'?
    The word hair is broken up like this: h + air.
  8. He said stop. What is the second sound in the word 'said'?
    The word said should be broke up like this: s + ai + d.
  9. The girl has a hearing aid. How many phonics sounds are there in the word 'hearing'?
    The word should be broken up like this: h + ear + i + ng.
  10. Which of these is not a sound?
    Because you pronounce the 's' and the 't' - we consider them to be two different sounds.

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