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Phase 3 - Recap 3

Hi. As we have now covered learning about each of the sounds we are continuing to recap them to make sure your child is really confident when reading and writing them. Some of the sounds are quite difficult to remember too.

w.b. 22.6.20

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

Lesson 1 – er/ur and ow

                       

*Listen to the Jolly Phonics songs for Phase three. It starts at 10 min 23 seconds. https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2wpdvv

*Ask your child to write these sounds from memory. sh ch th ng

*Today's focus is practicing er/ur and then ow

*Practice writing the er/ur digraph and then the ow 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: how now her fur for your child to say the sounds heard first then write them down. Try reading the er/ur and ow words on the videos on Tapestry.

*On Phonics play, Phase 3 – Sentences, read the er/ur and ow 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: How did her brown fur curl?

*Challenge - If your child draws a picture of a dog, they could rewrite their question describing the hair adding words like long, fuzzy or dark.

 

Lesson 2 – oi and ear

                                                         

*Listen to the Jolly Phonics songs for Phase three. It starts at 10 min 52 seconds. https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2wpdvv

*Ask your child to write these sounds from memory. ai ee igh oa

*Today's focus is practicing oi and ear

*Practice writing the oi digraph and then the ear trigraph 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: boil, join, hear, fear for your child to say the sounds heard first then write them down. Try reading the oi and ear words on the video on Tapestry.

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

*Now say this silly sentence for your child to write remembering to start with a capital letter, using finger spaces and ending with a full stop: Can you hear soil?

Lesson 3 – air ure

                                                       

*Ask your child to write these sounds from memory. oo ar or

*Today's focus is practicing air and then ure

*Practice writing the air trigraph and then the ure trigraph 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: fair chair lure pure for your child to say the sounds heard first then write them down. Try reading the air and ure words on the video on Tapestry.

*On Phonics play, Phase 3 – Sentences, read the air and ure 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: Can you get a cure for no hair?

Tricky words practice 

*To start our session, I would like you to practice spelling the words: fowl beard hair cure

 *Now review the Phase 3 tricky words by listening to the tricky word song:

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

*We are going to start practicing Phase 4 Tricky words. Today we will focus on 3 words: said have like

*Listen to this Phase 4 Tricky word song. Can you spot the 3 new words for this week? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3NOzgR1ANc4

 *Can you work out which new Tricky words are missing from each sentence?

I hope you ____ my old car.         You ____ all been working hard.

It ____ on the TV it will rain today.

🌞 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 – ur, oi, ear, air, ure. 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