Here is Mrs Lamb with today’s picture from pobble365.com
What can you see in the picture? What are they doing? Where are they? Talk to a grown up about the picture and make your own sentence.
Have a go at segmenting the new words in your sentence so that you can write it and use keywords that you already know.
In this video Mrs Hall will continue learning to use consonant blends to blend and segment words.
Have a go at reading the tricky words with Mrs Hall, reading some polysyllabic words and then learn to blend and segment words with consonant clusters st-, sp-, sn-.
Join Mrs Jones and Phonics Fred as they explore 3D shapes by having a bit of a quiz. You can join in too at home, by trying to answer questions quicker than Fred.
Join Mr Beard as he goes through set 1 phonemes from phase 2 (s, a, t, p). He will be trying to hear the initial sounds (first sound) in the different objects.
Say the name of the object carefully and slowly to help you hear the first sound. If you can say the first sound you might be able to find it on one of Mr Beards flash cards.
Afterwards Mr Beard is going to blend the phonemes in some of the words to help him read. Try and join him.
In today’s video you’re looking for objects that contain the phoneme ‘ear’ like in the word ‘fear’.
Try to name the different things in the video and if you’re not sure ask a grownup to help. Have a go at segmenting the phonemes in the words and writing them in a list or into a sentence instead. Don’t forget to share them with us afterwards.
What different objects can you spot in today’s video that all contain the ‘oi’ phoneme?
Talk to a grownup about them all and if you’re unsure then maybe they can help you. Then try segmenting the phonemes in the words and writing them in a list or in a sentence too.
Join Mrs Jones and Phonics Fred as they continue to explore some 3D shapes. Today they are looking at the faces and vertices on the shapes and talking about flat and curved faces.
Join Mrs Lamb as she models her sentence writing for the picture from October 5th from pobble365.com
What can you see in the picture? What are they doing? Talk to an adult about the picture then try to make your own sentence about what you see.
Remember to use a capital letter at the start, finger spaces between words and full stop at the end. Use your keywords for words you already know and segment the new words using phonics you have learnt this year.
Join Mrs Jones and Phonics Fred as they explore some different 3D shapes. They will be learning about 'faces' and 'vertices' that make up the different shapes and see how many they all have.
At the end of the video Mrs Jones has made a model using different 3D shapes. See if you can make your own model using different 3D shapes your an find around your home.
Join Mr Beard as he uses the phonemes from phase 2 set 1 to help him blend and segment some CVC words.
He will also go through the phase 2 tricky words. These are words that are always difficult to blend using phonics because they can make different sounds.
Join Mrs Hall as she continues to learn to use consonant blends to help her blend and segment.
Today she is using the 'phonics play' website with lots of games to help you leaner and use the phonics you have already learnt.
Join Mrs Lamb as she writes about the picture from June 20th on pobble365.com
What can you see in the picture? What is it doing? What might you be able to hear all around you? Talk to a grownup about the picture and see if you can construct a sentence about it.
Remember to start your writing with a capital letter, put finger spaces between words and finish with a full stop. You should have your keyword sheet still to help you with words you know and you can segment new words using the phonics that you have already been taught.
What objects can you spot in the video today with the ‘ow’ phoneme (like in the word ‘shower’)?
Try to name all the objects or ask a grownup if you’re not sure. Try segmenting the phonemes to help you write them in a list or in a sentence then share them with us on twitter or email them in.
Mrs Lamb is writing a sentence about the picture from June 17th on pobble365.com
What can you see in the picture? What are they doing? Have you ever played any games like this? What sounds might you hear? Talk to someone else about this picture and try to construct a sentence that you could write.
Remember to use a capital letter to start your sentence, finger spaces between words and a full stop at the end to finish. You should still have you keyword sheet to help with words you know (if not you can find it on the home learning page in the website). Try segmenting new words by yourself using phonics that you already know.
Join Mrs Hall as she continues to learn to blend and segment using consonant blends.
Don't forget to pause the video so that you can have a go at home too. Have a go at recalling the different phonemes that you have already learnt too.
Join Mrs Lamb as she writes about the picture from June 13th on pobble365.com
Talk to a grownup about what you can see in the picture. Have you seen anything like it before?
Try segmenting the words you want to write and use your keywords to help with words you already know.
Listen to Mr Beard read one of our favourite Julia Donaldson stories “The Highway Rat”.
Think carefully about all the mean and horrid things the rat does in the story. How would you describe him? What words might you say about him? Have a go at designing your own wanted poster and draw him just like he is in the story.
Listen to Mr Beard read the story “Giraffes Can’t Dance” by Giles Andreae.
Afterwards think about how Gerald felt at the start of the story and how he felt at the end. Did he feel the same or different?
Can you spot all the objects with the ‘ur’ phoneme in them (‘ur’ like in the word ‘turn’).
Have a go at segmenting the words and putting them into a list or write a sentence also. Don’t forget to show your writing to us on twitter.
Join Mr Beard as he starts using the phonemes in phase 2.
Can you spot the odd one out in some rhyming words? One word in each group doesn’t rhyme, but can you hear which one it is?
Have a go at recalling the phase 2 tricky words, Mr Beard will give you some time to try and remember them. Pause the video and rewind if you want to go over them again.
Mr Beard will go through the sets of phonemes in phase 2 giving you a chance to practise with him. Copy the actions he uses and have a go by yourself when it’s your turn.
Join Mr Hughes for the next phoneme in phase 3, the phoneme is /ure/ like in the word ‘pure’.
Practise the tricky words and forming your letter ‘b’. Have a go at blending CVC words and recalling learnt digraphs and trigraphs.
Join Mr Hughes in learning to blend and segment words that use the trigraph /ure/, then have a go at writing a sentence by yourself. Remember to pause the video so that you can have a go at home and rewind so you can practise again if you want to.
Here are this weeks daily activities from White Rose Maths. All activities are related to another Julian Donaldson story - The Princess and the Wizard.
You can chose to follow them daily in what ever order you fancy or dip in and out of them when you want to. There is an accompanying video for each day which can be accessed here: White Rose Maths
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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