These lovely display posters are based on the Jolly Phonics programme, with pictures linked to the Jolly Phonics songs where possible, although they can easily be used with any other phonics program as well. With these posters, children will easily learn to discriminate between vowels and consonants, as vowels are in red and consonants are in blue. This easy visual signal will help your children remember which letters are vowels - an important early reading skill, as it's (almost) always the vowels that are the tricky letters when we come to a more challenging word.
For those of you using a non-Jolly Phonics program, I have included alternative letter posters for a number of the letters. I've done this where a different picture might be a better choice if you are using a different program.
I used these posters to introduce each new letter, and they remain displayed on our phonics wall throughout the year.
I hope you find these useful in your own teaching. Please check back, as I'll be uploading a variety of other alphabet-related products, all linking in with and coordinating with these Alphabet Display Posters.
I also have a blog: , where I post about the different resources I make (including lots of freebies!) and how I use them in my own class. I'd love for you to check it out!