We would now be expecting all children to be having a go at writing independently. Allow your child to use their sounds and spell words phonetically!
Practise saying, writing and using set 1 sounds daily: m, a, s, d, t, i, n, p, g, o, c, k, u, b, f, e, l, h, sh, ck, r, j, v, y, w, th, z, ch, qu, x, ng, nk
Review and familiarise set 2 sounds: ay, ee, igh, ow, oo (long sound- zoo) oo (short sound- book) ar, or, air, ir, ou, oy
Phonics: Can you practise writing 10 sounds in your red phonics book. Remember to start your sounds in the correct place. Check our formation sheets for help!
Can you read some of Fred’s words? (read them on screen or print if you wish)
Some of Fred’s words have two of the same sound. They become special friends and we say the sounds as one: mess- m-e-ss
bell, well, fell, huff, mess, back, thing, think, wink, blob
Ask an adult to say each word. Sound it out using your ‘Fred Fingers’ and then have a go at writing the word without any help in your red Phonics book.
Don’t forget to share your learning on ‘Evidence Me’.
I love to see videos of you saying your sounds.
Challenge: Can you draw pictures of your daily routine into your What do you do first when you wake up?
Phonics- Practise reading set 1 and set 2 sounds. See top of the page for the list of sounds.
Today we are going to practise writing our sounds. choose 10 sounds to practise writing into your red phonics book. Ask an adult to say the sounds and see if you can write them down- remember which way round we form our sounds!
Challenge: Today we are going to play Fred Bingo.
To make your bingo board ask an adult to draw a grid with 6 squares- (add more if you wish). From a list of words can you write one word into each box, ask your adult to do the same. Now you are ready to play. You will need a list of words or a pile of words to call out. Take turns to call out the words and cover it if it is a word on your board. Who is going to win?
Phonics: Practise reading our ‘special friend’ sounds. Do you know them all? Can you send me a video of your saying your sounds?
Have a go at reading my sentences today. How many words can you read by sight? Can you read the words using our ‘Fred in your head’- say the sounds in your head then say the word aloud!
Challenge: Hold a sentence challenge- remember you should be able to write this with little or no support. The only help you may need is your adult to repeat saying the sentence to remind you what to write. Click the link below for the hold a sentence challenge!
Challenge: After exploring different movements can you write a short sentence about your favourite action.
For example: I can jump like a frog. I can run fast like a cheetah!
Phonics: Listen to the tricky word song
after you have listened to the song once. Play it again but this time can you write the words down that you see.
Once the song has finished can you remember the words you have written. Read them to your adult.
Challenge: Can you write a tricky word in a sentence?
Review the sounds we have recently learnt; ay, ee, igh, ow, oo, oo, ar, or, air, ir, ou, oi. Can you say the sounds as they are shown on the video?