Jolly Toddlers is a practical-based course that has been designed to precede the formal Jolly Phonics programme. It has been specifically adapted in order to be able to introduce early reading and writing skills in a natural
Music is one of the most powerful tools available to us, benefitting and stimulating all aspects of child development right from birth. Exposing young children to music from the earliest stages promotes: – language learning development (ESL
Jolly Music is a fun and multi-sensory music programme which provides a structured and very well planned music curriculum for pre-school and primary children. It is a wonderful tool for educators, that supports English language acquisition through
Jolly Grammar – Introducing the Alternative Sounds Through Poems. Split Digraphs or Magic “e”. A Kite: <i_e> spelling of the /ie/ sound. (20-40 minutes) Revision: Revise some of the spelling patterns and letter sound sounds covered so
Fun Phonics Pre-reading Framework CPD Training (For Very Young Leaners: 3-5 year olds) With Independent Synthetic Phonics Trainer & Literacy Consultant Beki Wilson Saturday 18th June from 9:30 to 13:30 at the Work&Wifi, Calle Princesa. Madrid. The
Actualmente la mayor parte de los centros educativos están llevando acabo diferentes tipos de programas bilingües o de potenciación de la lengua inglesa. La música es una de las áreas que se está impartiendo en inglés, puesto
Dear Parents and Teachers, Fun Phonics Spain would like to wish you all a very happy and productive New Year whilst taking the opportunity to share some exciting training news and events that will be coming up in 2016.
Training: This term, Fun Phonics Spain has been busy organizing Jolly Phonics & Grammar Training events all over Spain and locations include: Madrid, Alicante, Zaragoza, Murcia, Valencia, Bilbao and Logroño.
What about training? Jolly Phonics & Grammar is a Systematic Synthetic Phonics programme that has been specifically designed for home or school use and in any educational setting, including learners who are learning English as a second