Good Morning! We are going to begin today with a quickwrite of sounds we have learnt so far. Have you got your exercise book and a pencil? As your adult says sounds from the mat below, can you write a list of the graphemes to match the sounds? Remember that some of the sounds might be represented by a digraph (two letter that make one sound) or a trigraph (three letters that make one sound).
Last week you learnt the graphemes
igh oa oo ar
Can you use these graphemes to write words to match the pictures below? You must use one grapheme in each word.
We are going to practice learning to read and remember the phase 3 tricky words by singing a song. Click on the YouTube video below and sing-a-long with the song.
Today we are going to learn a new digraph. Watch the Mr Thorne video below.
Can you read the words below, spotting the or digraph in each word?
Lastly, can you read the yes / no questions below. Show your thumbs up if the answer is yes or your thumbs down if the answer is no.
Can a horn beep?
Is a fork sharp?
Can a torch get wet?