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Miss Shabir's Group

Hello! Let's begin today with a quickwrite of the phase 3 graphemes that we have learnt so far. Have you got your exercise book and a pencil? Okay. As your grown up says a sound from the sound mat below, can you write the grapheme to represent that sound? Remember that many of the sounds are represented by a digraph (two letters that make one sound) or even a trigraph (three letters that make one sound).
Next can you write words to match the pictures below, remembering to think carefully about which of the digraphs or trigraphs you need to use.
Practice reading the phase 3 tricky words by joining in with the tricky word song on YouTube below.

Tricky Words Song Phase 3

Today we are going to learn a new grapheme, the trigraph ure. Watch the Mr Thorne does phonics video below to learn about the ure sound, which is not a very common sound.

ure sound - Mr Thorne Does Phonics

Click on the link below to play the Buried Treasure game on Phonics Play, to practice reading real and nonsense words containing the ure grapheme. When the page loads, please click on:

 

Resources - phase 3 - Buried Treasure - start - phase 3 - +ure

On the homepage there are login details to create a free account during the lockdown period, should you wish to do so. There are lots of good games for your child to play on the site to practice their phonics skills.

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