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Phase 3 - Recap 1

Hi. As we have now covered learning about each of the sounds in Phase 3, we are going to recap them to make sure your child is really secure with them as some of the sounds are quite difficult to remember as we don’t use them very often.

w.b. 8.06.20

In our group this week we are going to spend time going over 6 different digraphs we have already learnt about.

Lesson 1 – ch sh

                                            

*Listen to the Jolly Phonics songs for Phase three. It starts at 7 min 32 seconds. https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2wpdvv

*Today's focus is practicing ch and then sh

*Practice writing the ch digraph and then the sh digraph in the air/on your hand/in shaving foam or a thin layer of sugar, sand or flour in a tray, on a whiteboard or paper. I have included a photo of the action and formation so your child can see how it sits on the line.

*Say these words one at a time: cheep sheep chick ship dish for your child to say the sounds heard first then write them down. Try reading the ch and sh words on the video on Tapestry.

*On Phonics play, Phase 3 – Sentences, read the ch and sh sentences. Did you see any question marks?

*Now say this sentence for your child to write remembering to start with a capital letter, using finger spaces and ending with a full stop: The fish can swim fast.

*Challenge - If your child draws a picture of a fish, they could rewrite their sentence describing their fish adding words like long, tiny, shiny.

 

Lesson 2 – th ng

                                                

*Listen to the Jolly Phonics songs for Phase three. It starts at 8 min 16 seconds. https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2wpdvv

*Today's focus is practicing th and then ng

*Practice writing the th digraph and then the ng digraph in the air/on your hand/in shaving foam or a thin layer of sugar, sand or flour in a tray, on a whiteboard or paper. I have included a photo of the action and formation so your child can see how it sits on the line.

*Say these words one at a time: this then sing wing bang for your child to say the sounds heard first then write them down. Try reading the th and ng words on the video on Tapestry.

*On Phonics play, Phase 3 – Sentences, read the th and ng sentences. How many question marks did you see?

*Now say this sentence for your child to write remembering to start with a capital letter, using finger spaces and ending with a full stop: The long fish can swim fast.

*Challenge - If your child draws a picture of a long fish, they could rewrite their sentence describing their fish adding words like purple, spotty, golden.

 

Lesson 3 – ai ee

                                             

*Listen to the Jolly Phonics songs for Phase three. It starts at 7 min 32 seconds. https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2wpdvv

*Today's focus is practicing ai and then ee

*Practice writing the ai digraph and then the ee digraph in the air/on your hand/in shaving foam or a thin layer of sugar, sand or flour in a tray, on a whiteboard or paper. I have included a photo of the action and formation so your child can see how it sits on the line.

*Say these words: wait bait seed deep for your child to say the sounds heard first then write them down. Try reading the ai and ee words on the video on Tapestry.

*On Phonics play, Phase 3 – Sentences, read the ai and ee sentences. Did you see any question marks?

*Now say this sentence for your child to write remembering to start with a capital letter, using finger spaces and ending with a full stop: The big fish can swim deep.

*Challenge - If your child draws a picture of the big fish, they could rewrite their sentence saying how the fish swims (slow, quickly, creepily).

 

Updated 11.6.20 

*To start our session, I would like you to practice writing the words: chip sheet thing paid

 *Now review the tricky words by listening to the tricky word song:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R087lYrRpgY   (Phase 3)

*Challenge yourself -  can you write 4 of these the words, without looking, three times?

*Can you write sentences/questions using these words?: my be she

 *Finally you can apply your knowledge by going on the Phonics play website - Sentences Phase 3 to practice reading Tricky word sentences.      https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/member-only/Sentences3.html

🌞 Play bingo – go to http://www.ictgames.com/mobilePage/bingo/index.html pick your words I would practice any sounds your child finds difficult common difficult sounds are – ch sh th ng ai ee. Make a note of your words on post -its or paper then play bingo! Who will win?

Please like this observation on Tapestry as acknowledgement that you have received it.

Thank you. Mrs Cuthbert