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Why EduNique for Phonics Classes?

EduNique Phonics Course is a systematic synthetic phonics programme designed to help children write and read words with fun, multi-sensory way. The program teaches children the 42 letters in the English language instead of the alphabet. Phonics helps children become successful and independent writers and readers in the early years. There are 7 levels of EduNique Phonics program, In these levels a child will learn the following:-

    • 42 letters and sounds
    • Letter formation
    • Blending
    • Segmenting
    • Tricky words (The complexities of words)
    • Alternative spellings for vowel sounds
    • Spelling rules


We provide interactive worksheets along with the flash cards, motivational badges, stickers and story books. Below is enclosed samples of each.

How teachers at EduNique prepare a phonics lesson for children?

Integrate phonics and vocabulary by introducing words like ‘cat’ through multisensory activities and stories. This establishes context for letter-sound relationships (‘at’ in rhyme family). Encourage word pronunciation using chants or games. Progress to phonological awareness, focusing on sound units (syllables, onsets, rhymes, phonemes). Adapt tasks based on age: for 3-year-olds, count syllables (e.g., ‘Car-ol’); for 4-year-olds, highlight onsets and rhymes (‘c-at’ for ‘cat’); for 5-year-olds, visually break words (‘cat = c + at’). This foundation eases associating sounds with letters, aiding children’s reading abilities.

Can phonics be included as a small part of each lesson?

Because practice makes perfect, it is ideal if a teacher can integrate phonics into every English lesson.

Teachers can do this by encouraging children to apply the phonics skills they have learned to words they encounter in stories and nursery rhymes. For example, in a story session, teachers can count with the children the number of syllables in target words, and also encourage the children to think whether the key words contain onsets, rhyme families and letters that they have learnt previously.

How can parents help their children with phonics?

Parents play a crucial role in fostering children’s reading development. It helps if parents recycle the words that their children have learnt from school in their daily conversations. It also helps if parents read with their children stories that have been encountered in school.

Parents can reinforce their children’s knowledge of letter-sound relationships by asking questions such as, ‘What is the beginning letter in this word? What sound does it make? What is the last letter in the word? What sound does it make?’

Key features of EduNique Phonics Classes

Give your child the gift of fluent reading and writing with EduNique Phonics Course! Our systematic synthetic phonics programme teaches children to confidently read and write words through fun, multi-sensory exercises. With our innovative approach, your child will learn all 42 letters in English while having a blast! Give them the education they deserve with EduNique Phonics Course – start their journey today!

Letter-Sound Recognition

EduNique focuses on teaching the relationship between letters and their sounds, helping students recognize and associate letter sounds accurately.

Phonemic Awareness

Classes develop phonemic awareness skills, which involve identifying and manipulating individual sounds in words. This helps students improve their reading and spelling abilities.

Blending and Segmenting

EduNique teaches students how to blend individual sounds together to form words and segment words into their component sounds. These skills support reading and writing proficiency.

Sight Word Recognition

The classes help students learn high-frequency sight words, which are essential for reading fluency. Students practice recognizing and reading these words quickly and accurately.

Vocabulary Development

EduNique Phonics Classes emphasize vocabulary expansion, introducing new words and their meanings. This enriches students' language skills and comprehension abilities.

Reading Fluency

The classes focus on developing reading fluency by practicing phonics skills in context. Students engage in guided reading activities to improve their accuracy, speed, and expression while reading.

Parents whose first language is not English

Parents who are not native-level speakers of English might be concerned about the influence of their English on their children’s pronunciation skills. However, provided that children have regular access to a variety of speakers (even through videos), their English pronunciation can improve. Parents can encourage their children to listen to nursery rhyme recordings and sing along. Singing allows children to practise using their articulators (speech organs), and to compare their articulation of words with a good model. Another strategy is for the parents to look up the English translation for words from the first language on their mobile phones, play the pronunciation, and ask their children to repeat the words back to them.

Besides worrying about their own English pronunciation, parents might wonder whether their children are at a disadvantage compared to monolingual English-speaking children because their home language does not use the Latin alphabet. This concern is unwarranted because, in the early years, no child is able to read on his or her own; all children are learning the Latin alphabet from scratch.

However, children learning English as a second or additional language tend to have a much smaller oral vocabulary size. When they attempt to sound a word out, they might not be able to make sense of what they have just sounded out. A strong focus on vocabulary instruction is therefore crucial for these children.

Frequently asked questions

As mentioned earlier, phonics instruction should be integrated with vocabulary instruction, because the ultimate goal is to help children make sense of what they have ‘sounded out’ from a text. This can be done by first introducing words (e.g., cat, hat, rat, fat) using multi-sensory activities and stories.

The vocabulary provides the context for highlighting the target letter-sound relationships (the words in the above example all contain the rhyme family ‘at’), whereas the stories help children understand how the words are used.

Next, teachers should encourage the children to say the target words aloud. This is done by embedding the words in chants, nursery rhymes or games.

Once the children are able to say the whole words, the next step is to use activities to teach phonological awareness by directing the children’s attention to the sound units within words (e.g., syllables, onsets, rhymes, phonemes) and encouraging the children to manipulate these sound units (e.g., blending and segmenting).

Teachers vary the type of phonological awareness tasks in line with the age of children.

For three-year-old children, the teachers can count with them the number of syllables within the target words (e.g., clapping hands twice for the word Carol to indicate that this word has two syllables).

For four-year-old children, teachers focus on the rhyme families and onsets within words. For example, teachers can say ‘cat, c-at, cat’ to highlight the onset c and the rhyme ‘at’ for the word ‘cat’, and then encourage children to blend the onset c and rhyme ‘at’ to form the word ‘cat’.

For five-year-old children, teachers can add in visual cues to show how to break a word down into its onset and rhyme (e.g., cat = c + at).

With this foundation of phonological awareness, associating sounds with letters will be much easier for children.

Because practice makes perfect, it is ideal if a teacher can integrate phonics into every English lesson.

Teachers can do this by encouraging children to apply the phonics skills they have learned to words they encounter in stories and nursery rhymes. For example, in a story session, teachers can count with the children the number of syllables in target words, and also encourage the children to think whether the key words contain onsets, rhyme families and letters that they have learnt previously.

EduNique Phonics Course is a comprehensive, multi-sensory program that teaches children the 42 letters and sounds of the English language. The program uses fun and interactive activities such as online games and videos to help children learn to read and write words in a fun, engaging way. With each lesson building on the last, it helps build confidence in reading and writing skills. It's designed to give students the strong foundation in phonics they need for successful reading and writing.

Our EduNique programme helps your child develop a range of skills such as spelling, reading and writing. We use multisensory activities and games to make learning fun and engaging. We also focus on the blending of letters to form words, as well as giving children the opportunity to practise pronouncing and reading the words. With our method, children will learn how to read and write with confidence.

Yes, the EduNique Phonics Course is suitable for children of all ages. It is designed to be fun and engaging for young learners, yet challenging and rewarding enough to keep kids engaged even as they progress through primary school. With our unique approach to teaching phonics, your child will develop the skills needed to read and write words with confidence.

Parents play a crucial role in fostering children’s reading development. It helps if parents recycle the words that their children have learnt from school in their daily conversations. It also helps if parents read with their children stories that have been encountered in school.

Parents can reinforce their children’s knowledge of letter-sound relationships by asking questions such as, ‘What is the beginning letter in this word? What sound does it make? What is the last letter in the word? What sound does it make?’

Yes! We provide additional materials and resources with the EduNique Phonics Course to help parents and tutors practice the phonics. This includes flashcards, spelling lists, brain games, word searches, handwriting worksheets and more. You can also find extra activities on our website so that your child can continue learning even after they finish the course.

Absolutely! We want to ensure your child is making progress in the program. That's why we give you the ability to track their learning journey with detailed reports and feedback from their activities in the program. You can see both what they've learned and how they are progressing in real time, allowing you to provide extra help when needed.

Absolutely! We have many parents who have used the EduNique Phonics Course and seen amazing results. We have testimonials on our website from families who have experienced positive changes in their children's reading, writing, and spelling ability. For more stories of success, check out what other parents are saying about our program on social media.

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