Today’s phoneme is the digraph ‘qu’. There aren’t a lot of things that I could find that use this digraph, but have a go at writing them in a list or try some sentences. Ask a grownup if you’re not sure what some of the words might be.
Join Mr Hughes for today’s phase 3 phonics lesson. Today he will be teaching the vowel digraphs /oo/, which you would find in ‘hook’.
Don’t forget to pause the video so that you can practise reading and writing the words.
Mrs Lamb is writing about the picture on pobble365.com from March 6th.
What can you see in the picture? Can you describe some of the things you can see? What might you hear if you were there?
Try to construct your own sentence about the image and then use you phonics to segment the phonemes in the words that are new. Don’t forget to use your keyword sheet to help with words you already know.
Join Mrs Hall as she continues learning about consonant blends.
Practise blending and segmenting your words so that you can read and write longer words. Remember to pause the video so that you have time to read and write some of the words in the video.
Join Mrs Hall as she continues her journey learning how to use phase 4 consonant blends.
She is continuing to teach reading and writing the these blends at the beginning and ends of words. You can join in too by blending and segmenting the words, don't forget to pause the video so that you can practise at home too.
Today Mrs Lamb is writing about the pobble365.com from March 4th.
What can you see in the picture? Can you describe it? I wonder what it is thinking or about to do?
Remember to use your phonics to help segment new words and use your keyword sheet for words that you already know. If you can, share you’re writing with us.
Can you spot the different items in this video that start with the phoneme ‘z’?
Some are a bit trickier than others, you might have to think a bit and ask a grown up. Have a go at segmenting the sounds in the words and try writing them in either a list or some silly sentences.
Join Mr Hughes for the next vowel digraph in phase 3. Today's digraph is /oa/ and is in the middle of words like ''coat". This is the only digraph children w...
Join Mrs Jones and Phonics Fred as they explore adding and taking away with numbers within 10.
How many people are on the bus? How many when some get on at the bus stop? How many when some get off at the next stop? Can you help them work it out?
Join Mrs Hall as she continues learning to use consonant blends in phase 4.
Watch as she learns to read some keywords and join in as she blends and segments to help her read and write words with different consonant blends.
Can you name the different ‘y’ items in this short video? There aren’t as many as usual because there aren’t as many things to chose from that start with ‘y’.
When you’ve named them all try writing down in a list or put them into sentences too. Remember to use your phonics to segment words.
Watch Mrs Lamb as she models her writing for the picture from March 2nd on pobble365.com
Talk about the picture with a grownup. What can you see? What might you hear if you were there? How do they fell? What are they doing?
When you have thought of a sentence to write find the keywords on your keyword sheet and try segmenting the new words using the phonics that you know.
We all love Mrs Jones and Phonics Fred teaching us maths and here she is again.
This time she is showing us how to use a part/part/whole model to find pairs of numbers that make 10.
Have a go at home using small objects in your house; Cheerios, Lego bricks, pebbles etc to find pairs of numbers that make 10.
This week, White Rose Maths has lots of home learning activities based upon The Very Hungry Caterpillar.
Miss Hawthorne is reading the story and we will share some of the activities from White Rose Maths on the website and twitter for you to follow and enjoy.
Join Mr Hughes as he teaches you the trigraph ‘igh’
You will find igh in words like ‘night’ and ‘bright’. For now children might use the trigraph in words with this phoneme, writing ‘bighk’ for ‘bike’.
Don’t forget to pause the video when Mr Hughes raises his hand, this gives you time to practise at home.
Good luck everyone.
Mrs Lamb is writing about the picture from February 20th on pobble365.com
Look at the picture and talk about with a grownup. What can you see? What is happening? Why are they doing that?
Construct your own sentence and then try writing it using the phonics you know for new words and try to find words you already know on your keyword sheet.
Don’t forget to share your writing with us when you’ve competed it. Good luck everyone.
Join Mrs Hall for her next phase 4 phonics lesson.
Try reading the words that she shows you and also writing some for her words by yourself.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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