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Week beginning 13.7.20

You could make your own phonic robot and feed it whatever you want - either simple words that you can sound out yourself or just single phonemes to say and post if you get it right! We'd love to see some of your robots so remember to email us some photos!

Week beginning 06.07.2020

 

A fun phase 2 game to play!

Week beginning 29.6.20

This is a great website for practising all the sounds that we have covered in phase 2!

Week Beginning 8.6.20

Using all the phonemes you have learnt so far try to listen out for initial letters, spelling simple words and matching pairs of objects.

Week beginning 11.5.20

Mrs Hewston's group: This weeks phoneme is c. The song is  (while pretending to play the castanets with your fingers and thumb)  Clicking castanets ccc, clicking castanets ccc, clicking castanets ccc cccccc. You can make words like cog, cot.

 

Younger children

Find some objects from around your house - can you say what sound is at the beginning of each object?

 

Mrs Iqbal's group: This week's phoneme is b. The song is (while pretending to bat a ball with a cricket bat) batting balls go bbb, batting balls go bbb, batting balls go bbb bbbbbb.

You could also continue to look at tricky words - the, to, I, no, go, into.

 

Week Beginning 4.5.20

 

Mrs Hewston's group: This weeks phoneme is o. The song is  (while flicking the light switch on and off)  lights going on and off ooo, lights going on and off ooo, lights going on and off ooo oooooo. You can make words like dog, pot, top, not.

 

Younger children

Go on a sound walk - can you identify what all the sound are that you can hear?

 

Mrs Iqbal's group: This week's phoneme is h. The song is (while pretending to run with your arms) winner huffing hhh, winner huffing hhh, winner huffing hhh hhhhhh.

You could also start to look at tricky words - the, to, I, no, go, into.

 

Week Beginning 27.4.20

 

Mrs Hewston's group - the phoneme g. The song is (while spinning hand like water going down a plughole) gurgle, gurgle, gurgle ggg, gurgle, gurgle, gurgle ggg, gurgle, gurgle, gurgle ggg gggggg. Try using some of the phonemes you already know to read words like dig, got, pig, tag. What objects can you find around your house beginning with g?

 

Younger children

Mrs Iqbal's group - Your new phoneme this week is r. The song is ( pretend to shake your head like a dog with something in his mouth) rover rips the red rag rrr, rover rips the red rag rrr, rover rips the red rag rrr rrrrrr. See if you can use all the phonemes you know so far to read and write these words red, rag, rock, rat, rap.
There's lots of information on how to say different letter sounds on this website too!

Week Beginning 20.4.20

Mrs Hewston's phonic group this week can concentrate on the phoneme d. The song to go with it is: (while pretending to bang a drum) beating drums go ddd, beating drums go ddd, beating drums go ddd, dddddd. 

Activities could include: finding objects/pictures beginning with d, practising how to form letter d correctly and sound talking simple word like pad, dip, dim, Dan.

 

For the younger children:

See how many different sounds you can hear while in your house, garden or on your daily walk. Can you identify what they are?

 

Mrs Iqbal's phonic group will need to focus on the phoneme u. The song is: ( pretend to hold your umbrella) up umbrella uuu, up umbrella uuu, up umbrella uuu, uuuuuu.

Activities could include: finding objects/pictures beginning with u, practising how to form it correctly and sound talking the cvc words found on the letters and sounds/activities website.

To help with writing using phonics:

 

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