In this video Mr Hughes will be learning to blend and segment using the trigraph /ear/ just like in the word ‘fear’.
Join in blending and segmenting and have a go yourselves. Remember to pause the video and then check to see if you got it right. Have a go at the final sentence challenge, reading some key words first and blending new words then have a go at segmenting the missing word before you write the whole sentence.
In the video, Mr Hughes will show your how to blend and segment using the digraph /oi/ just like in the word ‘point’.
Have a go at blending the words with Mr Hughes then have a go by yourself. Don’t forget to pause the video so that you can practise too. Then have a go at segmenting to help you write the words on the screen. Finally have a go at the sentence, read the words you already know and then try segmenting the missing word.
Join Mrs Lamb for her last writing session of the week using the pobble365.com website. This picture is from June 11th.
Take a look at this picture and talk about it with a grownup. What can you see? What are they doing? Where are they going? Is something good or bad going to happen?
Think of your own sentence you could say about the picture and then try writing it yourself. Use your phonics you already know for, especially for the new words you don’t know. Use your keyword sheet for some of the words you already know.
Search Mr Hughes’ garden for object that contain the digraph ‘oa’ - the phoneme that is in groan.
When you know them all have a go at writing them in a list or write sentences containing that word. Remember to use your phonics to carefully segment each word.
As an extra challenge, can you think of any words that I didn’t think of?
Here is Mrs Lamb’s video for her sentence writing using the picture from June 9th on pobble365.com website.
Look at the picture and talk about it with a grown up. What can see? How many? Where are they going and what are they doing?
Construct your own oral sentence and then try writing it yourself. Remember to use your keyword sheet for words you already know and then segment the new words using phonics that you have been taught.
Join Mrs Hall in this new video for phase 4, she is still learning to use consonant blends at the beginning and end of words - reading [blending] and writing [segmenting] them.
Join in some of the activities, pause the video so that you can have a go as well and you can also go back to rewatch a section. Have a go at the sentence at the end too.
In today’s video you are looking for objects that use the trigraph ‘igh’ to make the sound I, just like in the word ‘sight’.
Have a go at segmenting the words and use the ‘igh’ to help you. Put them into a list or make some sentences about the objects. If you write a sentence remember your capital letter, finger spaces between words and a full stop when you’ve finished.
In this video Mr Hughes will he exploring the digraph /ow/ like in the word ‘frown’.
Join in with his phonics warm up - singing the alphabet, reading some tricky words, practising a letter, reading phonemes and blending CVC words.
Then he will be learning to blend and segment using the digraph /ow/. This can be in the middle and end of words. Don’t forget to pause the video so that you get a chance to practise at home too.
Finally you will have the chance to segment a word by yourself to insert it into a sentence. Either write the word or write the whole sentence.
Join Mrs Lamb today as she writes about this picture from May 31st on the pobble365.com website.
Talk to a grownup about the picture. What can you see? What different colours are there? Where are they going? What might they be thinking?
Try to think of your own sentence to write about the picture and then have a go at writing it. Use your keyword sheet to help with words you already know and then have a go at segmenting the sounds in the new words to help you write it. Remember your capital letters, finger spaces and full stop.
Mrs Jones and Phonics Fred are learning about 2D shapes in this video. They will explore the properties of a square, triangle, circle and rectangle/oblong.
They will describe the sides; are they straight or curved? They will also count the corners on each shape. Can you describe the shapes with them? Try challenging members of your family to see if you know them.
Mrs Jones also made a picture with different shapes, can you make a 2D shape picture? Have a go at either drawing them, or cut shapes out of paper and stick them to make your picture.
Join Mr Hughes for the next vowel digraph in phase 3 - /ur/ just like in the word ‘burn’.
Help Mr Hughes with blending and segmenting words that use /ur/, it’s usually in the middle of words. Remember to pause the video so that you can have a go too and come back to check how well you did. Try writing the sentence at the end of the video, there are some keywords that you will already know and other words you can segment too.
What objects can you spot today with the ‘ee’ phoneme? In F2 we only learn the ‘ee’ digraph, but when children join Y1 they will learn the alternative ways to make ‘ee’ in words.
This week, White Rose Maths have organised activities all relating to the story Superworm written by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler.
Listen to the story and then follow the link: https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/early-years/ to find daily activities all to do with Superworm.
Join Mrs Lamb today as she models her writing for the the pobble365.com picture from May 30th.
What can you see in the picture? what might they be thinking? What will happen next? Talk about the picture with a grown up and then try to think of your own sentence you could try writing about it. Remember to use a capital letter at the beginning of your sentence with finger spaces between words and a full stop at the end. You should still have your key word sheet to help with writing words you already know and you can use your phonics to help segment new words too.
Join Mrs Jones with Phonics Fred as they learn about using ten frames to help wit simple addition.
You could have a go at home using your own made ten frames and finding things to use in the grids.
Here is Mrs Lamb modelling her writing for the pobble365.com picture from May 24th.
Talk with a grown up about what you can see. Can you use some words to describe what is in the picture? Try to make your own sentence and then have a go at writing all the words; remember to segment new words but you might know some words already. When you’ve written your sentence check it to make sure you h w a capital letter at the start, finger spaces between words and a full stop at the end.
Join Mr Hughes in this video as he learns to use the vowel digraph /or/ to blend and segment words.
Don’t forget to pause the video when it’s your turn to have a go and restart to check if you got it right. If you need to, go back and watch a section again.
Today’s phoneme is the digraph /ai/ just like you would find in the word ‘sail’
Try to name all of the objects that appear in the video and then segment the phonemes in each one to help you write them. Put them into a list, or even better try writing your own sentences for each object. Don’t forget to share your writing with us. Good luck. 🙋🏼♂️
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.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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