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Phonics sounds of the day!
Mrs Clay's group
Revisit Review: Recap sounds learnt so far
Teach phoneme/grapheme: Introduce the sound ‘u’ for umbrella. Sing the Jolly Phonics song and learn the action
Practise a few each day: Ask children to listen for the initial sounds using onset and rime d-og. What is the first sound?
Phase 1: Listen to Oi Frog! And pick out the rhyming words
Miss Plumb's group
Today we are reintroducing the grapheme 'g'. Sing the Jolly phonics song and recap the action. Say a few words talking like a robot p-i-g, t-o-p, s-i-t, b-i-n and get your child to blend the sounds back together. We are going to begin to start oral segmenting- saying the sounds we can hear in a word. Have a hat, mug, top, tin, mat out on the table. Hold up one of the objects and ask your child what sounds they can hear in the word e.g. you hold up the tin and your child should be able to say t-i-n. Repeat this with the other objects.
Mrs Fullbrook's group
Listening game -Drum outdoors.
purpose: To explore how to make different sounds. Give your child a beater or stick. Encourage your child to explore the outdoors and discover how different sounds are made by tapping or stroking your child could tap fence, pipes, upturned pots ,wooden door or tree.
Mrs Bayer's group 1
Recap sounds letter sounds learnt so far
Introduce new diagraph: ar - start the car
Read words car star start part hard sharp
High frequency word recap: they her
Oral segmenting: children to say what high frequency words and sounds we need to make these captions, the pin is sharp, we had fun at the park, the dog had a big bark
Pencil control cursive writing l i t j
Mrs Bayer's group 2
Recap sounds, graphemes learnt so far
Introduce new sound: f for flower
Reading new words fun fat fan
Introduce high frequency word the
Oral segmenting: using the blending boards make the following CVC words ( use Fred fingers to sound out first) sad mad mat cat cut put pet
getting ready for writing / \ + x, anti-clockwise circle, square and triangle