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The individual sounds are called 'phonemes' and the way they look when they are written down (the letter or groups of letters that we use to spell the sound) are called 'graphemes'.

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Conjunctions

Conjunctions are words that join ideas together. We use them to link two phrases in a sentence.

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Punctuation for primary

We'll start with the basics which kids are exposed to in reception and year 1, and then move on through the years to the trickier elements that children are expected to tackle towards the end of primary school.

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Prefixes are groups of letters that we add to the start of a word to make a new word.

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Plurals

Your child's first encounter with plurals will come as an introduction to the concept of there being one of something, or more than one of something. This comes with the associated word difference, and for most words we just add an 's' to the end.

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All about suffixes

A suffix is a letter or group of letters that can be added to the end of a word to change its meaning and make a new word.

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6 ideas for parents to help children with dyslexia

Generally, children with dyslexia have difficulties recognising the individual sounds (phonemes) that make up words. The brain differences created by dyslexia mean that children tend to see words as whole entities, and struggle to identify and manipulate the smaller sounds within each word.

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