This is the Spelfabet Workbook 3 version 3 teaching sequence, both the parent/aide (print up to 5 copies) and teacher clinician (print up to 30 copies) editions. The Phonic Books Split Vowel Spelling books provide reading practice of ‘split’ vowel spellings, and are suitable for children aged 4-7. The printable Phonics With Feeling books now available from this website also include books targeting these sounds/spellings, especially books in sets 2, 3 and 4. I am searching for similar books for older learners, so please tell me if you find some!

Sounds/spellings, word structures and prefixes/suffixes introduced:High frequency words
(tricky bits are in bold)
Introducing a…e as in case, safe, laneate, cake, came, cave, gave, late, made, make, name, plane, snake, take
Introducing a as in races, raced, racing, racer or racy (dropping e before vowel suffix) – see column 1
Introducing a as in able, baby, fatal, major, vacant – see column 2table
Introducing c as in cent, race, iceonce, place, princess, race, racing
Introducing g as in gem, page, magicmagic
Contrasting a and a…e as in cap/cape, man/mane, tap/tape (column 1)having
Doubling consonants after a as in matter – see column 1
Introducing ee as in see, tree, green
Introducing e as in be, demon, secret
Introducing e…e as in these, concrete, athlete
Doubling consonants after e as in better – see column 2better
Contrasting e and e…e as in them/theme – see column 2
Introducing prefixes be, de, pre and re – see column 2
Introducing prefixes en and ex – see column 6
Introducing i…e as in hide, wide, smilebike, fire, five, hide, like, nice, ride, slide, time, tired, while, white
Introducing i as in find – see column 3climb, find
Introducing i as in giant, climate, silent – see column 4lion, riding
Doubling consonants after i as in bigger- see column 3bigger, dinner
Contrasting i and i…e as in fin/fine, pip/pipe, win/wine (column 3)sometimes
Introducing words starting with prefixes ‘dis’ and ‘in’ – see column 6decide, excite, inside
Introducing y as in my, cry, relybutterfly, buy, by, cry, fly, guy, why
Changing y to i before suffix ‘es’ – see column 6
Introducing o…e as in broke, rope, strokebroke, clothes, drove, whole, woke
Introducing o as in closed-closing-closes-closer-closest – see column 1
Introducing o as in both, hippo, ponchoghost, o’clock, open, over
Doubling consonants after o as in hotter – see column 4soccer
Contrasting o and o…e as in hop/hope, not/note, rod/rode (column 4)because
Introducing words starting with prefix ‘con’ – see column 6
Introducing words starting with prefix ‘over’ – see column 5person, paper, later, after
Introducing o as in dozen, front, wonder (sounds like /u/)brother, coming
Introducing u…e as in cute and tune (“you” sound)cute, use
Introducing u as in emu, student, tunacomputer
Introducing u…e as in flute and June (“ooh” sound) 
Introducing u as in fluid, scuba, tofu
Doubling consonants after u as in butter – see column 5
Contrasting u and u…e as in cub/cube or run/rune (column 5)under, versus
Introducing u as in push, full, bushyput
Introducing oo as in look, good, foot
Introducing oo as in soon, food, boot
Adding adjectival suffix ‘y’ to words ending in le, like twinkle-twinkly – see column 2baby, buddy, family, funny, happy, city, only, puppy, twenty, very, yummy,
Adding adverbial suffix ‘ly’ to words ending in ‘y’, like cranky-crankily – see column 1happily, quickly, suddenly
Introducing suffix ‘ify’ as in simple-simplify – see column 3
Changing y to i before suffix ‘ed or ‘es’, as in copies-copied – see column 3.tried
Changing y to i before suffix ‘ed or ‘es’, as in relies-relied, see column 2.
Introducing y…e as in type, and ye as in bye (not very common, but follow the same patterns)buy, guy, guys