Teaching Phonics

Soft C words – Phonics Poster


Another FREE PRINTABLE phonics sound poster which focuses on auditory discrimination for the beginning sound Soft C.


soft c words

Words with the soft c sound 
soft c words
Soft c Sound Words with Pictures

(a Soft C sounds phonics poster for you to DOWNLOAD and PRINT)

Soft C Word List


How to Download Your Soft c words Phonics Poster:

  1. Add the soft c sound poster to your Cart using the ‘Add to Cart’ Button. NB You can only get the resources 2 at a time. #longstory
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One Way to Use this Poster:

  1. Students sit in pairs.
  2. Teacher introduces the soft c sound poster on the website and models the onset and rime.
  3. Teacher models giving clues for the students to guess e.g. ‘More than one mouse _______ ‘, ‘To do something 2 times _______’. 
  4. Students guess the word and spell it to their partner. 

Another Possible to Use this Poster:

  1. Complete a running record or a student.
  2. If the soft c sound sound appears to be a sound the student needs knowledge on, go to and find & print the soft c words poster.
  3. Explore the poster together.
  4. Practice decoding the words with the soft c sound.
  5. Place the poster in a loose leaf folder to create a book or personal sounds the student needs to work on. 

Yet Another Way You Might Like to Use this Poster

  • Recorded reading – students record themselves reading the word lists (phone, tablet, PC) and listen to themselves reading the words back. Ask them to identify words they need to practice and what they perceive to be the problem. How will we fix that problem?

Where to Next?

How about some FREE Lowercase Letters Posters or a CVC Phonics Game

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