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Monday 23.3.2020

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Thursday 26.3.2020

Friday 27.3.2020

Phonics

Go through Phase 2, 3 and 5 sound mats. Focus on sound aw

 Can you write it in the air? On the floor? On your grownups back? Read words: yawn, dawn, saw, raw, law, straw, dawn, paw, crawl, jaw, claw

Have a go at writing these words – get your grown up to say them, and make sure you cant see them as you write them so you are sounding it out!

Go through Phase 2, 3 and 5 sound mats. Focus on sound i-e

 

Can you write it in the air? On the floor? On your grownups back? Read words: shine, white, fine,  hide, smile, nice, wide, like, mine, time

 

Have a go at writing these words – get your grown up to say them, and make sure you cant see them as you write them so you are sounding it out!

Go through Phase 2, 3 and 5 sound mats. Focus on sound o-e

 

Can you write it in the air? On the floor? On your grownups back? Read words: home, hope, rose, spoke, note, broke, stole, rope, those

 

Have a go at writing these words – get your grown up to say them, and make sure you cant see them as you write them so you are sounding it out!

Go through Phase 2, 3 and 5 sound mats. Focus on sound a-e

Can you write it in the air? On the floor? On your grownups back? Read words: make, shake, cake, name, same, game, save, brave, late, date

 

Have a go at writing these words – get your grown up to say them, and make sure you cant see them as you write them so you are sounding it out!

Go through Phase 2, 3 and 5 sound mats. Focus on sound

e-e

Can you write it in the air? On the floor? On your grownups back? Read words: eve, delete, complete, these, swede, theme, concrete, evening, compete

Have a go at writing these words – get your grown up to say them, and make sure you cant see them as you write them so you are sounding it out!

 

Here are 3 sound mats with all the sounds we practise daily in class. Repetition is important for your child's memory to continue to hold these sounds in their head. Please get them to say these sounds out loud - they should be able to show you an action to go with the sound. If you're not sure how to pronounce a sound, or if you child  cannot remember the action, let me know and I will happily send you a video of me saying it to help.

 

If your child is after an active way to practise these sounds, you could write the ones they find tricky with chalk outside, or on different pieces of scrap paper. once these are spread around the floor, say one of the sounds and your child can run to that sound and jump on it, saying it themselves.

Can you read one set of these real and alien words each day? Where are the digraphs? Trigraphs? Split digraphs? if the words are too long, remember to split them into two parts so they are easier to sound out.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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