To start today's phonics please can you recap all of your phase 3 and phase 5 sounds.You can use your sound mats or you could use the flash cars on phonics play www.phonicsplay.co.uk
Can you now practise your tricky words- You need to be able to read and spell these
This half term we are going to be looking at alternative spellings. Today we are going to look at the 's' sound. Please go on to https://www.discoveryeducation.co.uk/and log on using
Please follow the step by step guide attached at the bottom of Monday's page.
Please click onto Sal's phonics- alternative spelling
Please watch the video and then complete the activity
Its Friday Challenge Day!
Have a go at challenge 1 below. If you feel confident you can have a go at challenge 2. Good Luck!
Yesterday we were looking at using capital letters correctly for the following reasons: (Check if your child can remember)
Today we are going to continue practising using capital letters correctly.
Activity 2: Let's write about other people
Watch the short video about Joe Wicks and then try writing some sentences about it.
Joe Wicks talked about five different exercises in his video. Can you remember what they were?
He did a different exercise on each day of the week. Can you write a sentence to say what he did on each different day, eg:
On Monday Joe did ___________________.
Can you complete for Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday?
Can you write the sentences? Remember to use capital letters correctly.
What is sound?
Sounds are made when objects vibrate.
The vibration makes the air around the object vibrate and the air vibrations enter your ear - you hear them as sounds.
You cannot always see the vibrations, but if something is making a sound, some part of it is always vibrating.
In the video below, Seymour Science explores how sounds are made.
Match the strings to the type of sound that they are making in the drag and drop activity below.
Watch the video below as the children take a walk through the woods and listen out for the different sounds that they hear.
Go on a sound walk.
You can walk around the different rooms of your house or go outside.
Listen carefully - what different sounds can you hear?
Make a list of all the sounds you hear.