There is lots of research that the teaching of nonsense words helps with progress in phonics. In a nutshell, when you read a short nonsense word, you are reading a syllable. These syllables, even though they mean nothing, often appear in longer words.
Therefore, if you get into the habit of reading smaller sections, you have a better chance of successfully reading longer words. There are many companies available that provide the best decoding nonsense words assessment services.
Let's take a look at some fun ways to jazz up the teaching of meaningless words:
1. Use phoneme frames
Phoneme frames are one of the best ways for children to read words as they begin. The phoneme frame is just a grid of three squares. A box where you can place sounds to form words. This is a great structured way to teach kids how to form words.
2. Use of the phonic cube
This is another beautiful natural resource. You only need three dice to play the game. If you don't have wood or don't want to cut it, another large cube can be used. For example, you can take a cube with a large transparent pocket which is great for this activity.
3. Making noise on screws and teeth
It's great for fine motor skills and, in general, fantastic for kids who enjoy doing things.
4. Create aliens
So many children have very positive reactions to space and aliens, so introducing phonetics to inspire them is a great topic.
This is a very easy and inexpensive setup activity too. All you need is some modeling clay or play dough and some craft sticks.