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Week Beginning 13.7.20 - Phase 1 Phonics

Phase 1 Phonics Letter Sounds This Phase 1 video was created to help introduce letter sounds, usually as initial sounds, and new vocabulary. Each video intro...

Watch the video above and listen to the sounds in the words. 

These words have the following sounds at the beginning of them:

 

 

y

z

q

 

Can you find any other objects in your house or outside that have one of these sounds in them?

 

Can you draw a picture of something that has each of these sounds?

You could set out your paper like this:

Can you have a go at writing each of these letters?

 

Week Beginning - 6.7.20 - Phase 1 - Alliteration

 

Click on the link - https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources/phase/1/super-smoothie

Use the Phonics Play Username and Password at the top of this page. 

 

This is a great resource for exploring alliteration.

Children will need to drag the words that start with the same sound into the smoothie blender. 

Choose a word to begin and then drag all the words that start with the same sound into the blender. 

There are different words to match to. 

Week Beginning 6.7.20 - Phase 1 Phonics

Phase 1 Phonics Letter Sounds This Phase 1 video was created to help introduce letter sounds, usually as initial sounds, and new vocabulary. Each video intro...

Watch the video above and listen to the sounds in the words. 

These words have the following sounds in them:

 

 

j

v

w

x

 

Can you find any other objects in your house or outside that have one of these sounds in them?

 

Can you draw a picture of something that has each of these sounds?

You could set out your paper like this:

Can you have a go at writing each of these letters?

Week Beginning 29.6.20 - Alliteration - Phase 1 Phonics

 

What sound can you hear at the beginning of the word bee?

 

Can you say the words below and decide whether they have the same sound as the bee (b) at the beginning of them or whether they have a different sound at the beginning? 

 

Say the words out loud and think about what sound you can hear at the beginning. 

Sort the sounds into words that do begin with 'b' and words that do not begin with 'b'

 

Parents model this for your children by saying the initial sounds clearly.

 

           

 

Can you think of any more words that begin with 'b'?

Week Beginning 29.6.20 - Phase 1 Phonics

Phase 1 Phonics Letter Sounds This Phase 1 video was created to help introduce letter sounds, usually as initial sounds, and new vocabulary. Each video intro...

Watch the video above and listen to the sounds in the words. 

These words have the following sounds in them:

 

 

h

b

f

l

 

Can you find any other objects in your house or outside that have one of these sounds at the beginning of them?

 

Can you draw a picture of something beginning with each of these sounds?

You could set out your paper like this:

Can you have a go at writing each of these letters?

Week Beginning 22.6.20 - Rhyme and Rhythm - F1

 

Odd One Out 

         orange                            hat                              cat

 

Click the PDF file below and you will find the Odd One Out rhyming game.

Each row has two words that sound the same (rhyme) and one word that does not. This is the odd one out. 

In the example above, 'cat' and 'hat' rhyme and 'orange' is the odd one out, this does not rhyme. 

Can you think of any other words that rhyme with the following words:

 

cat 

dog

box

goat

Week Beginning 22.6.20 - Phase 1 Phonics

Watch the video above and listen to the sounds in the words. 

These words have the following sounds in them:

 

ck

e

u

r

 

Can you find any other objects in your house or outside that have one of these sounds in them?

 

Can you draw a picture of something beginning with each of these sounds?

You could set out your paper like this:

Can you have a go at writing each of these letters?

Week Beginning 15.6.20 - Segmenting and Blending - F1

 

Segment: Breaking words down into individual sounds, for example sun would be broken into s-u-n.

Blend:  Pulling together the individual sounds within words, recognizing the sounds s-u-n would make the word sun. 

 

Children need to hear the individual sounds in words. So it is important that we segment the sounds for them such as 'box' being b-o-x. As they become familiar with the sounds your children should then be able to blend the sounds together and select the correct picture/ word. 

 

Challenge 1: 

Parents using the objects below can you segment the words and ask your children to blend the word and point to the correct object. For example 'Point to the t-i-n' Children should then copy those sounds t-i-n = tin. Repeat these sounds to support children with this. 

 

The words are:

fox, red, jam, tin, bag

map, socks, hat, duck, bat

tap, pan, sad, dog, bed

sun, six, pig, box, cat

 

 

Challenge 2:

Children can you choose an object?

What sound can you hear at the beginning of this word? For example bat = b, b, bat

Can you segment the sounds in the object you have chosen? b-a-t

Parents support children with this and encourage them to say each sound clearly. 

 

Challenge 3:

Find some objects, toys etc in your house or outside.

Can you say what sound is at the beginning of these words? 

Can you try and segment the words? For example, doll = d-o-ll, cup =c-u-p, ball =b-a-ll

 

Week Beginning 15.6.20 - Phase 1 Phonics

Phase 1 Phonics Letter Sounds This Phase 1 video was created to help introduce letter sounds, usually as initial sounds, and new vocabulary. Each video intro...

Watch the video above and listen to the initial sounds in the words. 

These words have the following sounds at the beginning:

 

g

o

c

k

 

Can you find any other objects in your house or outside that have one of these sounds at the beginning?

 

Can you draw a picture of something beginning with each of these sounds?

You could set out your paper like this:

Can you have a go at writing each of these letters?

Week Beginning 8.6.20 - Phase 1 Phonics - I Spy - Alliteration 

 

Collect a variety of different objects and place them on a tray. Try and find objects that have different sounds at the beginning of their names.

 

Alliteration - Challenge 1:

Parents:
Choose an object and say the phrase "I spy with my little eye something beginning with d" = doll

Can your child find the object with the matching initial sound?

Once children are familiar with the initial sounds let them choose an object for you to find. 

It is important that children begin to hear and say the initial sound in words.

 

Rhythm - Challenge 2:

Use the same objects on the tray.

Can you clap the syllables in the different objects?

For example, pen = pen, baby = ba-by, dinosaur = di-no-saur

Listen to the rhythm in each word and exaggerate the sounds.

 

Can you clap the syllables in your name?  

Week Beginning 8.6.20 - Phase 1 Phonics - Alliteration

Phase 1 Phonics Letter Sounds This Phase 1 video was created to help introduce letter sounds and new vocabulary. Each video introduces sounds in the same ord...

Watch the video above and listen to the initial sounds in the words. 

These words have the following sounds at the beginning:

 

i

n

m

d

 

Can you find any other objects in your house or outside that have one of these sounds at the beginning?

 

Can you draw a picture of something beginning with each of these sounds?

You could set out your paper like this:

Can you have a go at writing each of these letters?

5.6.20 - Phase 1 Phonics - Alliteration

Phase 1 Phonics Letter Sounds This Phase 1 video was created to help introduce letter sounds, usually as initial sounds, and new vocabulary. Each video intro...

Watch the video above and listen to the initial sounds in the words. 

These words have the following sounds at the beginning:

 

s

a

t

p

 

Can you find any other objects in your house or outside that have one of these sounds at the beginning?

 

Can you draw a picture of something beginning with each of these sounds?

You could set out your paper like this:

Can you have a go at writing each of these letters?

 

29.5.20 - F2

 

Mrs Pownall's Phonics Group

Can you practise recognising the phoneme -  y

 

Read the words:

yes   yet   yap   yin   yob


Can you read this sentence?

The dog will yap.

 

Can you write a ‘y’ word in your yellow home learning book?

 

 

 

Miss Smith's Phonics Group

Can you practise reading these CVC words, then adding a sound to read the CVCC words:

 

ten ——> tent

ben ——> bend

dam ——> damp

men ——> mend

lum ——> lump

 

 

Can you read the sentence?

It is damp in my tent.


Can you write the CVCC words in your yellow home learning book?

25.5.20 - F2

 

Mrs Pownall's Phonics Group

Can you practise recognising the phoneme -  x (making a ‘cks’ sound)

 

Read the words:

fox   box   Max   Rex   six


Can you read this sentence?

Max and Rex had six boxes.

 

Can you write a ‘x’ word in your yellow home learning book?

 

 

 

Miss Smith's Phonics Group

Can you practise recognising the tricky words:

 

was    they    my

 

 

Can you read these sentences?

Was it good?

Are they my sweets?


Can you write the tricky words in your yellow home learning book?

21.5.20 - Phase 1 - Rhyming Bingo - F1

 

Do you recognise all of the pictures on the bingo card below?

 

Can you find a word on the board that rhymes with these words below: (Parents can you read the words out below and ask your child to point to a word that sounds the same on the bingo board)
 

cone

car

blue

duck

bun 

coat

bite

dent

dig

bat 

hair

drain

log

rake

funny

fox

shower

racket

yarn

glow 

fly

house

tea

draw

 

 

Can you think of any other words that rhyme?

For example cat, hat, bat, sat, mat, chat, fat, rat

 

19.5.20 - Phase 1 Phonics - Cake Bake Rhyming Game - F1

 

Click on the link - https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/Phase1Menu.htm# 

Use the Phonics Play Username and Password at the top of this page. 

 

This is a great resource for exploring rhyme.

Children will need to drag the rhyming words into the bowl. 

Put all three rhyming words in the bowl to bake the cake. 

 

18.5.20 - F2

 

Mrs Pownall's Phonics Group

Can you practise recognising the phoneme -  w

 

Read the words:

wet   wag   wig   win   well


Can you read this sentence?

Is it wet?

 

Can you write a ‘w' word in your yellow home learning book?

 

 

 

Miss Smith's Phonics Group

Can you practise recognising the tricky words:

 

all    are    her

 

 

Can you read these sentences?

Are you good?

They are all her dolls.


Can you write the tricky words in your yellow home learning book?

15.5.20 - F2

 

Write a letter to your teacher!

Can you write a letter to your teacher to tell them what you are enjoying about being home and what you are missing about school?

Don't forget to use the graphemes that you have learnt in phonics! Try to use finger spaces in between your words.

 

Mrs Pownall’s phonics group - you may want to draw a picture instead and label it with key words e.g. “sun” “lego”. Don’t forget to write your name on it!

 

Phase 1 Phonics - Segmenting and Blending activity -  F1 - 14.5.20

 

Segment: Breaking words down into individual sounds, for example dog would be broken into d-o-g 

Blend:  Pulling together the individual sounds within words, recognizing the sounds d-o-g would make the word dog. 

 

 

Children need to hear the individual sounds in words. So it is important that we segment the sounds for them such as 'cat' being c-a-t. As they become familiar with the sounds your children should then be able to blend the sounds together and select the correct picture/ word. 

Parents can you please read the following sentences to your children:

 

Can you point to the g-oa-t?

Can you point to the b-u-s?

Can you point to the j-u-g?

Can you point to the c-u-p?

Can you point to the b-u-n?

Can you point to the f-i-sh?

Can you point to the c-a-t?

Can you point to the b-oo-k?

 

 

      

 

Parents can you now point to an object and ask your child to have a go at segmenting the word?
Start with the initial sound (sound at the beginning of the word) and then encourage your child to think about the sound at the end of the word and then the sound in the middle.

13.5.20 - F2

 

Mrs Pownall's Phonics Group

Can you practise recognising the phoneme -  v

 

Read the words:

van   vet   Vic   Val   vid


Can you read this sentence?

Vic and Val had a van.

 

Can you write a ‘v' word in your yellow home learning book?

 

 

 

Miss Smith's Phonics Group

Can you practise recognising the tricky words:

 

he    be    you

 

 

Can you read these sentences?

You will be good.

Can he go with me?


Can you write the tricky words in your yellow home learning book?

12.5.20 - F2

 

Mrs Pownall's Phonics Group

Can you practise recognising the phoneme -  j

 

Read the words:

jug   jet   Jack   job   Jim


Can you read this sentence?

Jack and Jim had a job.

 

Can you write a ‘j' word in your yellow home learning book?

 

 

 

Miss Smith's Phonics Group

Can you practise recognising the tricky words:

 

she    we    me

 

 

Can you read these sentences?

She had a dog.

Can we go to the shop?

Can you hear me?


Can you write the tricky words in your yellow home learning book?

12.5.20 - Phase 1 - Segmenting and Blending - F1

 

 
Hi,
 

I'm Metal Mike. I like to separate words into the separate sounds that makes them. For example when I say the word 'dog', I would say 'd-o-g', and a word like 'shape', I would say 'sh-ai-p'. 

Parents can you model speaking like a robot for your child by separating the sounds in the words? Can your child blend the sounds to say the whole word? Once your child is familiar with this let them have a go at separating the sounds in a word for you to guess. 

You will need to choose a word to separate, but don't tell your child which word you have chosen. They need to begin to hear the sounds in words and begin to blend them. 

 

Have fun.

Metal Mike 

 

Click the PDF below to see a variety of suitable words for this activity.

7.5.20 - Phase 1 Phonics - Alliteration - F1

 

Can you play the Odd One Out initial sound game?

In each picture there are four objects. Three of the objects start with the same sound, one of them is different, this is the odd one out. 

 

What objects can you see? What sound is at the beginning of each object? 
Which object is the odd one out? What sound is at the beginning of that object?

 

What objects can you see? What sound is at the beginning of each object? 
Which object is the odd one out? What sound is at the beginning of that object?

 

 

What objects can you see? What sound is at the beginning of each object? 
Which object is the odd one out? What sound is at the beginning of that object?

 

What objects can you see? What sound is at the beginning of each object? 
Which object is the odd one out? What sound is at the beginning of that object?

 

What objects can you see? What sound is at the beginning of each object? 
Which object is the odd one out? What sound is at the beginning of that object?

 

What objects can you see? What sound is at the beginning of each object? 
Which object is the odd one out? What sound is at the beginning of that object?

6.5.20 - F2

 

Giggling Graphemes

 

Use the link above to go onto the Phonics Play website and login.

Play the game “Giggling Graphemes” to practise your recognition of the phonemes that you have been practising. Choose the phoneme that your hear.

 

Mrs Pownall’s phonics group = Phase 2

Miss Smith’s phonics group = Phase 3


5.5.20 - F1 - Phase 1 Phonics - Alliteration 

 

Hearing sounds in words is an early reading skill, children in F1 need to hear the initial sound in words. 

 

I Spy Activity

 

1. Children choose something on the picture below and say what it is, can they then say what sound is at the beginning of this word?

2. Parents can you model I Spy game "I spy with my little eye something beginning with a" Can your child find a word beginning with a? (apple)

3. As children become familiar with the initial sound in words, they can choose something for a parent or sibling to find "I spy with my little eye something beginning with b" (bus)

 

4.5.20 - F2

 

Splat!

Can you use the sounds that you have been practising to play splat?

Write the sounds that you have been practising on pieces of paper and cut them out, then either stick them onto a wall, door or window or you can lay them out on the floor. Get a grown up or a sibling to say a sound at a time and you have to splat the correct phoneme with your hand - or even a nerf gun if you have one!

 

Alternatively, you can play this outside using chalk to write the phonemes and a water gun to splat!

 

Mrs Pownall’s phonics group:

Miss Smith’s phonics group:

 

1.5.20 - F2

Bingo!

Use the sound mats below containing the sounds that you have been practising to play bingo!

 

Draw a bingo grid with 6 spaces - 3 along the top and 3 along the bottom.

 

Choose 6 of the sounds to put into your bingo boxes. Get an adult or a sibling to call out some of the sounds so you can cross off yours when they have been called. When you get all 3 in a line, don't forget to shout BINGO!

 

You could play this with siblings too, or your grown ups! Perhaps they could make a bingo gris and you could call out some sounds! If you have prizes it would be even more fun!

 

Mrs Pownall's phonics group:

Miss Smith's phonics group:

Phase 1 Phonics - Blending activity -  F1 - 30.4.20 

 

Segment: Breaking words down into individual sounds, for example dog would be broken into d-o-g 

Blend:  Pulling together the individual sounds within words, recognizing the sounds d-o-g would make the word dog. 

 

 

Children need to hear the individual sounds in words. So it is important that we segment the sounds for them such as n-e-t. As they become familiar with the sounds your children should then be able to blend the sounds together and select the correct picture/ word. 

Parents can you please read the following sentences to your children:

 

Can you point to the l-i-p?

Can you point to the c-o-b?

Can you point to the c-a-t?

Can you point to the n-e-t?

Can you point to the b-u-s?

Can you point to the r-i-b?

Can you point to the b-o-x?

Can you point to the r-u-g?

Can you point to the b-a-g?

 

Now let your child have a go at segmenting the words. Point to one of the pictures and ask your child to have a go at saying the sounds in that word. Start with the sound at the beginning and then work from there. 

29.4.20 - F2

 

Mrs Pownall's Phonics Group

Can you practise recognising all of these sounds? Keep practising any that you are not confident with.

 


 

Miss Smith's Phonics Group

Can you practise recognising all of these sounds? Keep practising any that you are not confident with.

 

28.4.20 Phase 1 Phonics - Rhyme and Rhythm 

 

Rhyme and rhythm play an important role in developing early reading. In F1 it is important that we develop our listening and speaking skills. Children must be able to discriminate between the different sounds in words and rhyming patterns in an audible way.

 

Odd One Out Challenge

 

Do you recognise the different pictures in each strip?

Say the words carefully and choose which word does not rhyme? (Which word does not sound the same?


3 of the words rhyme and 1 of them does not!

1.


2.


3.

 


4.


5.


6.

 

Could you find the odd one out in each strip?

Can you think of any more words that rhyme with these pictures?

Can you think of any words that rhyme with the odd one out picture?

 

Sing nursery rhymes everyday and join in with any rhyming words in your favourite stories!

 

24.4.20 - F2

 

Mrs Pownall's Phonics Group

Can you practise recognising the tricky words: 

no      to


Can you read the sentences?

I tell him no.

The cat had to jump.

I went to the top.

 

Can you write these tricky words in your yellow home learning book?

 

 

 

Miss Smith's Phonics Group

Can you practise recognising the trigraph -  ure (pronounced your)

Read the words:

sure   pure  cured  figure  picture

 

Can you read the sentences?

I am sure that the picture is good.

I play vets and get a cure for my dog figure.


Can you write some sentences using ‘ure’ words in your yellow home learning book?

F1 - Phase One Phonics – 23.4.20


Segment: Breaking words down into individual sounds, for example dog would be broken into d-o-g 

Blend:  Pulling together the individual sounds within words, recognizing the sounds d-o-g would make the word dog. 

Initial sound – The sound that can be heard at the beginning of a word, for example d,d dog.

 

Challenge

Do you recognise the pictures?

What sound can you hear at the beginning of these words?

Can you use your robot voice to break down the sounds in these words?

 

Parents – You may need to model this with a few, encourage children to copy the sounds you are making. For example, you say d-o-g, dog and encourage your child to say the same d-o-g, dog.

As children hear this more they will develop an awareness of sounds that make up different words, they should then become more confident in saying the sounds on their own.

 

             s - u - n                             p - e - g

 

            d - o - g                             l - o - g

 

              h - a - t                              b - u - s

 

 

             m - a - p                              l - e - g

 

              n - e - t                            c - a - t

 

            n - e - ck                             p - e - n

 

22.4.20 - F2

 

Mrs Pownall's Phonics Group

Can you practise recognising the tricky words: 

the      I


Can you read the sentences?

I am big.

The cat is fast.

I went on the bus.

 

Can you write these tricky words in your yellow home learning book?

 

 

 

Miss Smith's Phonics Group

Can you practise recognising the trigraph -  air

Read the words:

air   hair  chair   fair   pair

 

Can you read the sentences?

I see a pair of chairs.

Do not pull my hair, it is not fair.


Can you write some sentences using ‘air’ words in your yellow home learning book?

Phase 1 Phonics - F1 - 21.4.20
 

In Early Years we enjoy singing nursery rhymes daily. This helps our children develop an understanding of rhyme and rhythm. Rhyme and rhythm helps children hear the sounds and syllables in words and this then helps children learn how to read. 

 

Which nursery rhyme is your favourite?

Can you sing louder?

Can you sing quieter?

Can you sing them in a different voice? Such as a robot, tiger, mouse, princess and others you can think of. (Think of the different voices we practice when we say the date)
Can you add actions as you sing the nursery rhymes?

 

Click on the nursery rhymes below.

20.4.20 - F2

 

Mrs Pownall's Phonics Group

Can you practise recognising the phoneme -  ss

 

Read the words:

pass   mess   miss   loss   less

 

Do you notice that ‘ss’ tends to come at the end of a word?
Can you read this sentence?

pass the pen to Miss

 

Can you write a 'ss' word in your yellow home learning book?

 

 

 

Miss Smith's Phonics Group

Can you practise recognising the trigraph -  ear

Read the words:

hear   tear   fear   dear   near

 

Can you also practise reading this tricky word?   are

 

Can you read this sentence?

Can you hear a tear if you are near?


Can you write some sentences using ‘ear’ words in your yellow home learning book?

16.4.20 - F2

 

Mrs Pownall's Phonics Group

Can you practise recognising the phoneme -  ll

 

Read the words:

doll   bell   fell   pull   fill

 

Do you notice that ‘ll’ tends to come at the end of a word?
Can you read this sentence?

pull the bell

 

Can you write a 'll' word in your yellow home learning book?

 

 

 

Miss Smith's Phonics Group

Can you practise recognising the digraph -  oi

Read the words:

join   oil   foil   boil   soil

 

Can you also practise reading this tricky word?   they

 

Can you read this sentence?

They join in to dig in the soil.


Can you write some sentences using ‘oi’ words in your yellow home learning book?

Easter I Spy - Phonics Activity

 

Game 1: Choose an object you can see, for example 'egg' once you have chosen this tell your grown ups what sound you can hear at the beginning of this word. "I can see an egg, it begins with e"

 

Game 2: Choose and object and think about the sound at the beginning of its name, for example h for hen. Once you have chosen an object play the game "I spy with my little eye something beginning with h" 

 

Parents - Please take turns with your children giving them the opportunity to say the initial sound and hear it being said, it is really important that children can hear and say the initial sound in words. This helps as they develop an understanding of reading. 

 

 

Easter I Spy

3.4.20 - F2

 

Mrs Pownall's Phonics Group

Can you practise recognising the phoneme -  l

 

Read the words:

log    lap    leg    lid    lit

 

Can you read this sentence?

I hit my leg on a log.

 

Can you write a 'l' word in your yellow home learning book?

 

 

 

Miss Smith's Phonics Group

Can you practise recognising the digraph -  ow (as in ‘cow’)

Read the words:

cow   down   town   howl   owl

 

Can you read this sentence?

The dog can howl at the owl and the cow.


Can you write some sentences using ‘ow’ words in your yellow home learning book?

1.4.20 - F2

 

Mrs Pownall's Phonics Group

Can you practise recognising the phoneme -  ff (making one ‘f’ sound)

 

Read the words:

huff    puff    off    cuff    cliff

 

Did you notice that ‘ff’ is usually at the end of a word?

Can you read this sentence?

run off the cliff

 

Can you write a 'ff' word in your yellow home learning book?

 

 

 

Miss Smith's Phonics Group

Can you practise recognising the digraph -  ur (pronounced ‘er’ like in ‘turn’)

Read the words:

turn   fur   surf   curl   hurt

 

Can you read this sentence?

Did your sun burn hurt?


Can you write some sentences using ‘ur’ words in your yellow home learning book?

F1 - Phase One Phonics - 31.3.20

Segment: Breaking words down into individual sounds, for example dog would be broken into d-o-g 

Blend:  Pulling together the individual sounds within words, recognizing the sounds d-o-g would make the word dog. 

 

TASK 1

Parents - Can you please segment the following words for your child?
 

sun (s-u-n)     pig (p-i-g)      tap (t-a-p)     bed (b-e-d)     dog (d-o-g) 
 

cat (c-a-t)     mug (m-u-g)     rat (r-a-t)     log (l-o-g)     hop (h-o-p)

 

Encourage chn to repeat the sounds.

Can they blend the words? (You may need to help them to begin with, then let them have a go)

 

TASK 2

Parents - Can you read the following words to your child, one at a time? Ask your child to have a go at segmenting the words? 
For example, you say sock, and your child should have a go at saying s-o-ck

 

sock     pan     tin     bat     doll     can     map     red     lip     hat

 

30.3.20 - F2

 

Mrs Pownall's Phonics Group

Can you practise recognising the phoneme -  f

Think of words that have the 'f’ sound in.

Read the words:

fun    fit    fan    fog    fin

 

Can you read this sentence?

fun in the fog

 

Can you write a 'f' word in your yellow home learning book?

 

 

 

Miss Smith's Phonics Group

Can you practise recognising the digraph -  or

Read the words:

fork   cord   born   horn   short

 

Can you read this sentence?

The torch is for the dark.


Can you write some sentences using ‘or’ words in your yellow home learning book?

27.3.20 - F2

 

Mrs Pownall's Phonics Group

Can you practise recognising the phoneme -  b

Think of words that have the 'b’ sound in.

Read the words:

bat    bed    bin    bug    bop

 

Can you read this sentence?

A bug in a bed.

 

Can you write a 'b' word in your yellow home learning book?

 

 

 

Miss Smith's Phonics Group

Can you practise recognising the digraph -  ar

Read the words:

car   park   bark   dart   card

 

Can you read this sentence?

I went to the park in the car.


Can you write some sentences using ‘ar’ words in your yellow home learning book?

In Early Years we enjoy singing nursery rhymes daily. This helps our children develop an understanding of rhyme and rhythm. Rhyme and rhythm helps children hear the sounds and syllables in words and this then helps children learn how to read. 

 

Challenge

Can you sing all of these nursery rhymes? 

Can you sing them slowly?

Can you sing them faster?

Can you sing them in a loud voice?

Can you sing them with a quiet voice?

Which nursery rhyme is your favourite?

 

 

 

 

25.3.20 - F2

 

Mrs Pownall's Phonics Group

Can you practise recognising the phoneme -  h

Think of words that have the 'h' sound in.

Read the words:

hat    hip    hen    hop    hut

 

Can you write a 'h' word in your yellow home learning book?

 

 

 

Miss Smith's Phonics Group

Can you practise recognising the digraph -  oo (pronounced u as in look)

Read the words:

look   book   foot   took   cook

 

Can you write some sentences using these words in your yellow home learning book?

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