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Phonics sounds of the day!
Mrs Clay's group
Revisit Review: Recap sounds learnt so far s a t p i n d g o c k
Introduce the new sound ck Explain c and k work together and are 'special friends' making 1 sound ck (digraph = 2 letters making 1 sound). Practise finding rhyming words. Read a rhyme or story and find the rhyming words or practise saying 2 words eg cat and dog - do they rhyme? or mouse and house? The children need to know that the end of the words need to sound the same. You could use the Powerpoint presentation below to support.
Miss Plumb's group
Recap the sounds previously taught focusing in on c, k, ck, e, u, r. Learn the new sound 'b'. Sing the Jolly phonics song for this sound and learn the action. Continuing on with learning the skill of oral blending, have a go at a scavenger hunt around the house. Ask your child if they can find certain items talking like a robot e.g. can you find a c-oa-t and they would go and find it and bring it back to you.
Mrs Fullbrook's group
Action song dingle dangle scarecrow.
Describe it find it game. choose an animal but do not tell your child it’s name.for example this animal has has 4 legs, horns and a tail. Ask your child to say the name of the animal and the noise it makes.
you could also play this game with your child’s favourite toys.
Mrs Bayer's group 1
Recap sounds ai ee igh oa oo (zoo)
Read words steel fight chain fool
Caption reading the goat is sleeping
Introduce new sound oo - look at a book
Read words hook, took, cook, shook
caption reading She stood on her bed
we can cook toast
Tricky words introduce said
Tricky word recap all are they you
Pencil control cursive writing l i t j
Mrs Bayer's group 2
Recap previous sounds taught: s a t p i n m d g o c k ck e u r. Introduce the new sound h for horse. Introduce the word is Sound it out and blend to read. Show children 2 of the pictures on the link below. Write one of the pictures as a word eg dog. Draw sound buttons (dots) under each letter and ask your child to sound out each letter before blending the sounds together to read the word. The pictures will support them as they will be a clue as to what the word could be.