We use this website to support our teaching of phonics. You will find lots of games that the children will enjoy playing. Year 2 children will benefit from playing the Phase 5 and Phase 6 games. Year 1 pupils will benefit from playing the phase 3, 4 and 5 games.
Phase 5 - Phonics
Mrs Kehoe's phonics group
This week you have worked so hard with your phonics I am so impressed! Today we are going to re-cap the two sounds we have been learning this week aw and ew.
In your books can you sort these words? Make a list of the aw words and ew words, make sure you read each word out loud before you sort them.
Phase 3 - Phonics
Mr Hardy's phonics group
This week you have worked so hard with your phonics I am so impressed! Today we are going to re-cap the two sounds we have been learning this week or and ur.
In your books can you sort these words? Make a list of the or words and ur words, make sure you read each word out loud before you sort them.
How are you getting on with your daily phonics practice? I bet you are becoming experts with your phase 3 sounds and your tricky words!
If you feel like an expert with your phase 3 sounds why not start practicing your phase 5 sounds?
Phonics Play Flashcards:
This video might help you remember how to say the sounds in phase 5:
Today we are going to try reading some word and sentences with different diagraphs in them. Remember when you are reading an unfamiliar word to follow these steps:
1. Look for and diagraphs(two letters that make one sound) in the word.
2. Then sound each of the sounds in the word remembering the diagraph.
Try reading words using the Reading Robot:
Then try these sentences:
I hope you had a lovely weekend and are ready for our second week of learning at home.
Today I would like you to practice your phase 3 sounds and tricky word trucks (either phase 3 or 4 words). I bet your can nearly beat Mrs Kehoe's time of 1:30! If you need a reminder of the sounds please watch this video to remind you:
Today I thought you could have a go at practicing your writing skills practicing your tricky words again using look, say, cover and write.
Look - look at the word
Say - read the word and say it out loud
Cover - cover up the word
Write - write the word while this is covered up
(Repeat this 3 times for each word)
Words to practice:
you, are, was, all, they, her
You could practice these words everyday if you have time.
Now try playing make a match for a bit of fun: