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Keep going everyone with practising your sounds, parents we have sent home the assessment sheets so you can use that to practise and help to fill any gaps your child may have. 

Miss Hans Group

Mrs Gloster and Miss Klofik's group

You all are doing lots of practise on reading words with phase 2 sounds and phase 2 tricky words

Miss Turners group-You have started phase 3 sounds

Mrs Farrells group, you are doing lots of practise recognising your phase 2 sounds. 

Please keep practising every day if possible. 

Have a game of countdown, how many words can you read in 1 minute? we play this at school

Phase 3 (Miss Turners Group)

zip

wax

yes

yak

will

zack

will

fizz

 

Can you try these 2 syllable words?

fixing

wedding

taxing

buzzing

jumping

jetting 

 

Have a game of countdown- we play this at school, how many words can you read in 1 minute?

Phase 2 Groups

cat

dog

mat

bat

sat

pit

pat

sock

lit

fill

huff

fin

nit

got

hiss

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. 

Over the next few weeks we will be doing lots of practising writing short captions with the children. encouraging the children to sound out each word carefully and use finger spaces in between these words. I have added some caption pictures below, could you practise writing some short captions with your child to match the pictures?

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. 

Phase 2 

I, no, to, go, into, the

 

Phase 3

he, she, we, me, be, was, you, they, all, are, my, her

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