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Week 3

wb 4.5.2020 Hello Everyone,

🌞Happy Tuesday!

Last week the Government released Phonics sessions, these are ok for general reviews of learning and offer 20 minute videos for your child to watch, they will need a pen and paper towards the end of the session. The link for the first one is here for you:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=siVkXoEQDNc

However, in our group this week we are going to focus on recapping the Phase three digraphs (two letters making one sound) ur, ow and oi as we would have done in class. At the end of the week we are also going to review the Phase 4 tricky words learnt and learn two more.

πŸ’«Review:
*Each day use one of the videos on Tapestry to practice reading the phonemes, words and sentence.

*Listen to the Jolly Phonics songs for phase three, The j sound is the beginning of Phase 3 and starts at 5 min 27 seconds, so you could start from here. https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2wpdvv 

*Practice reading and writing the Phase 3 and 4 tricky words how many can you write in a minute? (see attachments below).

Lesson 1

πŸ’«Teach: Today's focus is 'ur' sound in burger.

Practice writing this 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 a slide so your child can see how it sits on the line. Say the formation rhymes as you write them in lowercase:


u -  Down and under back to the top and down to the puddle.

r - down the robots back and curl over his arm.

πŸ’«Practice: Can you write the words: curb, turf, church and read the ur words.
πŸ’«Apply: Watch Mr Thorne’s Phonics exploring ur with Geraldine the Giraffe: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q49YSWKPyVo
✨Challenge: Can you now write a silly sentence or question of your own using an ur word?

Lesson 2

πŸ’«Teach: Wednesday's focus is the digraph ow in cow. Practice writing this 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 a slide so your child can see how it sits on the line. Say the formation rhymes as you write them in lowercase:

 

o – All around the orange

w – down, up, down, up.

πŸ’«Practice: Can you read the ow words and write now, cow, owlet.

πŸ’«Apply: Phonicsplay try the Phase 3 game: Buried Treasure select ow words or revise all Phase 3 depending on your confidence level. https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/member-only/BuriedTreasure2.html

Lesson 3

πŸ’«Teach: Thursday's focus is oi in coin. Practice writing this 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 a slide so your child can see how it sits on the line. Say the formation rhymes as you write them in lowercase:

o – All around the orange

i – down the insects body, flick and a dot for his head.

πŸ’«Practice: Read the words on slides below and the short film on tapestry.
πŸ’«Apply: Read the Sentences statements/questions on Phonicsplay Phase 3 (more weeks) week 7 of the Sentences game https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/member-only/Sentences3.html

I hope you find these useful, please like πŸ‘ this observation on Tapestry so I can see you have seen it and add a comment if you would like me to provide any further feedback. I would love to see the children's work so please add an observation to tapestry 😊.

You may also find free resources to view and print on twinkl.co.uk to support learning by typing in the search bar the sound then the word phonics eg. ur phonics. The workbook, phoneme spotter stories and board games are all good.

Good luck and I will add a tricky word observation on Thursday ready for Friday πŸ€— Mrs M Wells.

Additionally

 

 

Updated 7.5.2020

πŸ˜ƒ I hope you have had a good week and enjoyed reviewing and learning the digraphs ur, ow and oi.

To start our session, I would like you to practice writing the words: burn, crown and boing.

 

Now let’s review the tricky words by playing Tricky word trucks on Phonicsplay - where you can choose your own selection of tricky words or review all of Phase 3 and 4:

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/member-only/TrickyWordTrucks.html

πŸ‘Challenge yourself can you write any of these the words, without looking, three times?

 

Practice: Can you write out the Phase 3 and 4 tricky words and identify which bit is tricky. For instance in said the a and the i is more of an ‘e’, the middle sound is the tricky bit.

To help you with this you can explore the ‘Train your brain’ link on Phonicsplay. Start with Phase 3 but if this is too easy then try Phase 4. You can watch the introduction, demonstration or just go straight to the choose words section.

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/member-only/TrainYourBrainPh4.html

 

Finally you can apply your knowledge by:

🌞reading the tricky word sentences and making your own cotton bud sentences by dotting out the caption for your child to trace with a cotton bud and paint (see attached photo).  

🌞 Reading the tricky words in the spotter story (attached below)

🌞 Playing the tricky word 'Read and Roll' game. (attached below) Can you get to the other side of the board in a straight line or diagonally? Or four words in a row?

Have fun, Good luck and please like this observation on Tapestry as acknowledgement that you have received it.

Mrs M Wells