Week Beginning: 13th July 2020
Use this phonics mat to help you make a
'What's in the box?' game.
What's in the box?
What's in the box?
What's in the box, in the box, in the box?
And keep practising your handwriting and correct letter formation.
This is what a simple storyboard looks like for your writing task - It is just like a cartoon strip!
Click on the Video below and join Mrs Rowe for the writing lesson. Make sure you pause the video when I walk off the screen to give you time to complete your work, then restart it when you are ready.
The Video of Emily Hughes reading her story WILD is underneath as well so you can rewatch the story.
These books are all about growing and can be found on YouTube as well. Why not read one before you go to bed tonight?
The Tiny Seed by Eric Carle
A Seed is Sleepy by Diana Hutts Ashton
Ten Seeds by Ruth Brown
It Starts with a Seed by Laura Knowles
Jim and the Beanstalk by Raymond Briggs
The Department for Education are offering free daily phonics sessions via YouTube. I have attached a letter below with more information and the times they are live. However, once aired they can be watched and watched again in case you miss them!
How can Emoji's help to improve your reading? Play the game below and find out.
An online resource which is currently free. You can remind yourself of all our phonics sounds by playing games, solving tricky puzzles and even reading comic books!
Teach your Monster to Read
This is a fantastic APP that you can either download to your tablet or play on the computer. It is fun way for your child to continue their reading journey as it teaches them phonics along the way. You can select the difficulty level and it starts at the very first sounds; s a t p i n m d g o c k and progresses on to the phase 5 sounds we are learning in Year 1.
Both my 3 year old and my 6 year old boys are really enjoying using the app.
Click the link below or go straight to the APP store on your tablet and download it for FREE!
Oxford Reading Owls
This is a great website with free access to lots of ebooks while you are unable to change your reading books at school.
Alphablocks is fantastic to watch during your 'snack time'. You can practice all your phonics.