Reevy Hill Primary School

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Mrs Mowl's Group

Today let's begin with a quickwrite of sounds that we have already learnt. Have you got your exercise book and a pencil? 

Grown ups, please ask your child to write a list of sounds from the mat below, choosing them in a random order.

Next let's practice all of the phase 2 tricky words. Join in with the tricky word song below, reading and singing the tricky words.

Tricky Words Song Phase 2

Last week we learnt two ways of spelling one sound. They were

c like in cap

k like in kid


Today we are going to learn a third way of spelling the same sound. This is what it looks like:




We call this a digraph. Can you say that word? Digraph. A digraph is when we see two letters but only hear / say one sound. Watch the video below to find out more about the ck digraph.

Mr Thorne Does Phonics - Episode ck

Most of the time, the ck digraph is found at the end of a word. Like in the words below:








Can you write words to match the pictures below, remembering to use our new ck digraph at the end of the words?