It is vitally important that you are reading your school reading book every day. Alongside this we ask that you practise all you phase 2 sounds and tricky words.
We are finding that children are able to recognise the sound but finding it difficult to read when it is in a word, so use the list below to practise reading words with new digraphs. Maybe you could hide the words around the room and make it into a game.
Miss Turners group.
You have learned up to igh. (phase 3) Revise sounds up to this.
We are also doing more practise with reading 2 syllable words. Here are your words to practise daily.
Miss Hans'/Mrs Gloster and Miss Klofik's group
We have been revising phase 2 and started phase 3. We have learned up to w. Can you practise reading the below words daily
Mrs Farrell's group you have been revising phase 2 up to the u sound. Can you keep practising reading and writing these sounds and your sounding out of words. Can you sound out these words for your child to listen to and then guess what word you are saying.
Well done on all your phonics learning so far. It is so important that children are practising their sounds, tricky words and reading simple words at home most days. It makes such a difference when they do this at home to embed their learning. It really doesn't need to take long. I am going to add some of the sets we use to read with your children, normally these would go home with their reading diary-which we are unable to do at the moment. Practise and let us know how you're doing.
Sounds and words to practise
Practise these sounds with your children. Most children have now completed phase 2 so should know these sounds, can they say them can they write them?
Tricky words cannot be sounded out and must be remembered, practise reading these with your children.
I, no, to, go, into, the
he, she, we, me, be, was, you, they, all, are, my, her