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St Paul's CofE Primary School

In your light shall we see light

Week beginning 20th April

Mondy 20th April 2020

 

REVISIT: Sing the alphabet song or look at an alphabet chart and say the names of all the letters of the alphabet. Practise all the graphemes (letters) learnt so far. You can use the letters from your challenge bag, or 'Flashcards' on Phonics Play. Practise all the 'tricky words' learnt so far using flashcards, or sing along to the tricky word songs. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R087lYrRpgY&t=4s 

Remind children of the 'er' sound.
Actions for RO'C - roll arms like a mixer. Actions for RC - 'Er... I can’t remember' - tap the side of head!

Draw sound buttons underneath the following words:
her, hammer, letter, ladder, supper, dinner, better, summer, farmer, shorter, longer, powder
(See photo for examples)

Practise reading the sentences (see photos)

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Tuesday 21st April

 

REVISIT: Sing the alphabet song or look at an alphabet chart and say the names of all the letters of the alphabet. Practise all the graphemes (letters) learnt so far. You can use the letters from your challenge bag, or 'Flashcards' on Phonics Play. Practise all the 'tricky words' learnt so far using flashcards, or sing along to the tricky word songs. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R087lYrRpgY&t=4s 

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Discuss the picture of the woodland scene with your child - what can they see? Where are the animals?

Encourage your child to write a caption about the picture, sounding words out or writing tricky words from memory.
e.g. The owl is in a tree.

Wednesday 22nd April

 

REVISIT: Sing the alphabet song or look at an alphabet chart and say the names of all the letters of the alphabet. Practise all the graphemes (letters) learnt so far. You can use the letters from your challenge bag, or 'Flashcards' on Phonics Play. Practise all the 'tricky words' learnt so far using flashcards, or sing along to the tricky word songs. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R087lYrRpgY&t=4s 

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Play sentence substitution:
You can hear a goat.
Read the sentence aloud - which word could you swap to include: toad - song - see - coin?

As an addition you may like to try :
They might meet in the town.
(substitute a word with: market/summer/we/fish)
or
The shop is on the corner.
(substitute a word with - church/right/shark/boat)
or
Play the game 'sentence substitution' using Phonics Play.

Thursday 23rd April

REVISIT: Sing the alphabet song or look at an alphabet chart and say the names of all the letters of the alphabet. Practise all the graphemes (letters) learnt so far. You can use the letters from your challenge bag, or 'Flashcards' on Phonics Play. Practise all the 'tricky words' learnt so far using flashcards, or sing along to the tricky word songs. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R087lYrRpgY&t=4s 

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Look at the picture of a sea scene (see photo)

Can children write labels for items in the picture?
(E.g. shell, shark, fish, tooth, weed, boat, sail, ship)

Read the sentences (see photos).

Friday 24th April

REVISIT: Sing the alphabet song or look at an alphabet chart and say the names of all the letters of the alphabet. Practise all the graphemes (letters) learnt so far. You can use the letters from your challenge bag, or 'Flashcards' on Phonics Play. Practise all the 'tricky words' learnt so far using flashcards, or sing along to the tricky word songs. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R087lYrRpgY&t=4s 

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Invite your child draw or make a picture of the sea and write a caption about their drawing?
Their picture of the sea could be painted, chalked on the ground, a collage, using natural objects, finger painting or a play-dough scene.

(Or as an alternative) - print off the zig-zag sea book from the documents for your child to draw sea pictures and write captions for each.

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