Letters and Sounds
Over the last 2 weeks we have been learning to read words containing the following sounds:
ay (play, say)
ou (out, about)
ea (read, meat)
ie (cried, replied)
oy (toy, annoy)
ue (blue, queue)
aw (awful, paw)
We have also been learning to read these tricky words: oh, their, people, Mr, Mrs, looked, called, asked
We have been using this interactive spelling game to help us with learning our key word spellings.
Have a try at home - which level can you get up to?
Do you like the Look, Cover, Write, Check way of learning?
Here's a link to the game we have been using to help us with the -ful suffix:
Next week in our Letters & Sounds sessions we will be looking at a range of different suffixes - including -less and -ly. Here are some interactive games we will be using to support our learning:
We have started this term by practising previously learned letters : s, a, t, p, i, n, m, d, g, o, c, k, ck, e, u, r, h, and b.
I have also introduced f,ff l, ll and ss.
Next week we will practise blending and reading the high- frequency word 'is'.
Keep working hard !
Thank you Phase 3 for a fantastic first week!
My group have been working hard this week on the 'ch' sound and learning our tricky words. Please use your tricky words book mark to spot these words in your reading books.
Tricky words: you, they, all, are, my, her, he, she, we, me, be, was.Over the next few weeks we will keep working on these, so we can read and spell them confidently and we will be practising the sounds 'sh', 'th' and 'ng'. We will also be looking at the alphabet, introducing the names of the letters.
Keep up the good work Phase 3