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Phonics

We have been putting our reading skills to use!

 

Can you practice reading some of these real and monster words?

Sign in for free to play some phonics games; Dragon's Den, Picnic on Pluto and Buried Treasure.

 

Go through each of the phases. We have been working with phase 4 and 5 sounds.

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Here are some fun phonics games to try your hand at: Pirate’s poop-deck and Tell a T-Rex!

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Hello everyone, here is a link to the ‘song of sounds ‘song to help your children practise all of the sounds they already know. We will be uploading a link to the new song shortly.

SONG Of Sounds

Teach your little one letter sounds and blends with this short video!

Here is a sound mat from song 1 for you to practise with.

Here is a sound mat from song 1 for you to practise with. 1

Song of Sounds 2 Year one

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Sing along and practise your alternative sounds

Here is a sound mat from song 2 for you to practise with

Here is a sound mat from song 2 for you to practise with 1

These are some of our trick words. You can't sound all of the word out.

These are some of our trick words. You can't sound all of the word out. 1

Hello everyone, the children will be bringing home a learning pack to help them with the phonics they will be learning this year. Adults, we hope you enjoy practising with them.

 

If you do any phonics practise at home record it in the orange book and then you can bring it into school to share with your teacher and class.

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In your pack you will find lots of things to help you continue your learning at home.

In this pack there is:

*A CD - with the old song and the new song to help with phonics this year.

*2 phoneme finders to help with writing at home. 1 of these the children will be familiar with and one are the sounds which we will be learning this year.

*Tricky words which can’t be sounded out

*The new Song of Sounds flashcards—the children will be learning these sounds over the year

*Year 1 Key Words—your child needs to recognise, read and spell all these words by the end of year 1.

*Correct handwriting formation— children who start their letters in the correct place will find they can begin to join their writing by the end of year 1

*Correct number formation

We hope you enjoy learning at home with your child, if you’d like any help or support, please see Mrs VanDerGucht or your class teacher.

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