The best way for children to learn and confidently apply their phonic skills is by practicing little and often. All of these games are games I have played with my own child in the previous lock down. They are easy to prepare and most importantly fun!
Enjoy, Mrs. Jacombs-Clarke
This game can be played with red words, green words or sounds. Maybe start with a few key ones and build up rather than using all of them in one go. Once you've finished playing the High-Five game, you can use your hand print cut outs and put them on the doors around your house- each time you go into a room you can give it a high-five and say the words/sounds. Or you can get a grown up to hide them around your house- take a piece of paper round and write down the words as you find them!
This game can be used for practicing red words, green words or sounds. You just need a baking tray and either flour/ icing sugar/ talc/ glitter. If you don't mind getting really messy, then shaving foam also works! If you want a totally mess free version, use a whiteboard and pen or a chalkboard. This can be done as just a reading task i.e. just read the word and don't write it.