Join Mrs Hall again for her next phase 4 phonics lesson.
Here she will continue to learn to use consonant blends at the beginning and end of words to help blend and segment words. Remember to pause the video so you get a chance to practise at home too.
14/5/20 Mrs Lamb - pobble365
Join Mrs Lamb as she models her writing for the picture from pobble365.com on May 19th.
Talk about the picture with a grown up, talk about what you can, how it feel if you were flying. Afterwards, try to construct your own sentence that you could write and have a go at writing by yourself. Segment new words and use phonics you already know plus use your keyword sheet for words that you already know.
14/5/20 I can see ... ng phoneme hunt
What different objects can you see in today’s video that use the digraph ‘ng’?
Try to name them all, talk with a grown up for some tricky ones and then have a go at segmenting the words and put them into a list or write them in sentences.
13/5/20 I can see ... th phoneme hunt
For today’s phoneme hunt you need to try and identify the objects that use the ‘th’ phoneme.
Remember that ‘th’ can make two different sounds, like in the word ‘thumb’ but also the word ‘this’. Most words with the sound from ‘this’ are not naming words (the, then, them etc). In today’s video the words have the ‘th’ from thumb.
Some are trickier than others. Can you name them? If you need a grown up to help you identify them that’s fine, but try to segment the sounds in the words by yourself and use the phonics that you already know to help you segment and write them. Good luck.
13/5/20 Mrs Lamb pobble365.com
Today Mrs Lamb is writing about the pobble365.com picture from May 16th.
Talk to a grown up about the picture. Talk about what you can see and what is happening. Are they saying anything to each other? Why are they together?
Try to construct your own sentence about what you can see and then use your keyword sheet to help with words you already know and segment the phonemes for new words. Remember to use a capital letter at the start of your sentence and full stop at the end and use finger spaces between words.
13/5/20 Mr Hughes phonics - phase 2 /ar/
Join Mr Hughes as he teaches the vowel digraph /ar/
He will go through the usual alphabet and tricky words, letter formation, flash cards of previous phonemes and blending some CVC words.
There will be a chance to learn to blend and segment using /ar/ and you’ll have the chance to pause the video and practise at home too. When you see Mr Hughes raise his hand, pause the video so that you can try at home.
Have a go at writing the sentence at the end of the video, blending words in the sentence and then segmenting the missing word.
13/5/20 MrsHall phonics phase 4 lesson 8
Join Mrs Hall as she continues to learn about consonant blends.
She will be learning to read and write consonant blends at the beginning and end of words as well as the usual keywords, vowel digraphs and phonemes.
12/5/20 I can see ... sh phoneme hunt
Watch this video and see how many items you can name that use the ‘sh’ digraph. Some have it at the beginning and others have it in the middle or end.
Use your phonics to segment each word and write them in a list or some silly sentences. Don’t forget to share them with us too.
Tuesday 12th May
Here are a few little jobs you could do today. Mrs Jones would like you to dress smartly for today. Have you got a smart shirt and tie or a dress to wear? Once you’re dressed smartly, have a go at designing a special outfit. It could be for a wedding of family event, or it could be superhero costume or something to help you fly in the sky like a bird or swim under the sea like a fish. What things would you need extra? Finally, can you help a grownup today? What could you do to help them? Tidy up your toys? Help make dinner or tea? Help wash the pots or load the dishwasher? Don’t forget to let us know what you get up to.
12/5/20 Mrs Lamb pobble365
Join Mrs Lamb today as she models her sentence writing for the image on pobble365.com from March 24th.
What can you see in the picture? What is happening? Talk to a grownup about the picture and think of some different ideas. Try to construct your own sentence that you could write; remember to use a capital letter to start your sentence, finger spaces between words and finish with a full stop. Use your key word sheet to help with words you already know and segment new words and use the phonics you already know. Don’t forget to share you writing with us when you’re done.
12/5/20 Mr Hughes phonics phase 3 /oo/
Today’s phonics is all about the other /oo/ digraph. This one makes the phoneme you would find at the end of shampoo.
All the words used today have /oo/ in the middle of them, just like the word ‘moon’. Join in with reading the tricky words and saying the phonemes on the dice. Pause the video so that you can practise blending and segmenting at home and have a go at writing the sentence at the end of the video.
Good luck everyone
11/5/20 Mrs Jones maths
Join Mrs Jones as she sings and learns about using a ten frame. Watch as she models how to make number sentences using a ten frame.
Ask a grown up to help you make you own ten frame and practise using it with objects in you house.
11/5/20 Mrs Hall phonics - phase 4
Join Mrs Hall as she continues to practise learning to use phase 4 phonics to blend and segment consonant blends.
11/5/20 I can see ... ch phoneme hunt
Can you spot all the ‘ch’ items in this video?
Ask an adult if you’re unsure of some of them and when you know them all, try writing them in a list or make some silly sentences. Remember to segment the phonemes in the words you are writing, use the phonics you already know. Don’t forget to share them with us when you’ve done.
11/5/20 Mrs Lamb pobble365
Join Mrs Lamb as she models her sentence writing for the picture from March 18th on pobble365.com
Talk about the picture with a grownup. What can you see? What might might they be saying? Where might they be going?
Construct your own sentence about the picture and use your phonics to segment new words and use your keyword sheet for words that you already know.