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Friday 2nd October

 

Over the weekend, please make use of our online reading programme 'Rising Stars'. Your child will be assigned one book over the weekend, along with a comprehension quiz. You can access 'Rising Stars' at www.my.risingstars-uk.com.

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Happy Reading!!

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This week’s phonemes

                      g     o    c     k 

Please practise hearing these sounds at the beginning, the middle or end of words:

 

igloo  cop  sag    cook    tikit   sag  dig  

bag   not    dog   mug     peg 

 

Read these words. Sound out each letter and then blend them together.

 

c-o-t     k-i-t    n-o-t   m-o-p    c-a-n

 

Tricky words.

These are look and say words. They cannot be sounded out!

Please help your child to remember these tricky words by sight:

 

I        the      to

Please read this book with your child. It contains all the phonemes which we have learnt so far. Encourage your child to sound out the words and not to guess at them. Happy Reading!

Alphablocks Level One | Letter Sounds - GOCK

The children are really enjoying our daily Phonics sessions. I feel this is the most important lesson of the day and they are making very good progress.

Five little Leaves + Many More Nursery Rhymes & Kids Songs By Robogenie

5 Little leaves so bright and gay is a simple nursery rhyme numbers song to help kids learn numbers and start counting from 1 to 5. We read this as a poem to celebrate international Poetry day and then watched this video song of the poem. The children loved it and developed a clapping beat as they watched.

10 Little Leaves | finger play song for children

A great song continuing our autumn theme. It encourages the children to use their fingers to count forwards and backwards to 10.

Sock matching

We have done lots of sorting activities at school. Have a go at this sock sorting one at home. This useful Practical Life activity teaches children about visual discrimination, matching, care of self, and assists with the development of fine motor skills. See if they can fold them as well!

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