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PHONICS WEEK 5

Miss Monaghan’s group
Practise reading the CVC words in this video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vVQTwaxq2CY

Now play the game below. You need to look at the picture in the machine and click on the correct word. http://www.ictgames.com/machine.html

CHALLENGE:
Use some of the words in a sentence. Remember a capital letter, finger spaces and full stop!

 

Miss Stylianidou’s group

This week we will recap the /th/ phoneme. It can sound different depending on the word (for example: that, sounds a little like a v but in words like thumb, the th sounds like a f). So be careful when writing words with /th/ in them!
Watch the video and join in with blending and reading the /th/ words.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7f74GArsWis


Now, read the story below and spot all of the /th/ words. Make a list of the words as you find them.


CHALLENGE: Use the words you have found in a sentence. Remember to use a capital letter, finger spaces and full stop.

 

 

Mrs Baird’s group

This week we will learn the /ou/ digraph. It makes the same sound as the phase 3 digraph /ow/ that we have learnt.
Join in with the video. Here is the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ve3DBPrcKYQ
Read the tricky words, then practise reading the /ou/ words.
After you have watched the video, try the activity below. Just look at the pictures and write the words in the correct box. You don't have to print anything out!

Challenge: Complete the sentences using an /ou/ or /ow/ word:
The white ________ drifts across the bright, blue sky.
The funny ________ squirts water from a flower.

 

 

Miss Thomas’ group

Watch the fun Super Movers video and try to join in with Monty the Mole. He will recap all the prefixes and suffixes you have learnt.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks1-english-prefixes-and-suffixes-with-monty-mole/zm2rhbk

Our activity will focus on the suffix –est. Let's recap what we have learn in class about the suffix –est. The activity is on the third picture.

 

Challenge:
Can you find the adjectives that need the -est suffix?


 

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