Letters and Sounds
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
This week in Letters and Sounds, we have been looking at the suffix - 'FUL' and thinking about how we can use it to create adjectives. We have also looked carefully at the spelling of it and although it means to be 'FULL of" something, we only use 1 'l' on the suffix.
To earn a merit, I have sent home a word search activity to be completed,
please return on Monday, 9th January.
To earn another merit, can you make a list of 10 words which use the suffix 'ful'?
This week in Phase 5 Letters and Sounds we have been focusing on tricky words. These are the words which we can't sound out so we have to learn to recognise and memorise them.
Have a go at this game which will help to practise the Phase 5 words :-)
Phase 2 with Mrs Evans. We have been sound making in a mirror and discussing the way our lips move when we say different sounds. Set 3 letters will be introduced this week- g o c k .
This week in Letters & Sounds, we have been taking ownership of our own spelling and word meaning learning. We have identified words which we need to spell and we have been using a variety of strategies to help us:
- We used Look, say, cover, write and check.
- We played games with the words we need to learn.
- We've used a dictionary to find out what the words mean.
We have had lots of fun with words. Please look at the Spellzone website to continue this fun!