Phonics focus of the day - 13th July, 2020 -
Today we are going to look at words with the protector 'dge' but remember this sound can also look like this 'ge' without the 'd'.
If a grown up writes these words can you read them? - badge, badger, bridge, fridge, ridge, dodge, lodge, edge, hedge, sledge, ledge, wedge, pledge, fudge, judge, page, gorge, large, fringe, hinge, barge, charge.
Can you read these sentences?
Phonics focus of the day - 15th July, 2020 -
Today we are going to look at 'rabbit' and 'tiger' words - These are words where we have to double a consonant because it has a 'weak vowel' sound in it. I like to call them rabbit words because it looks like the ears on a rabbit! hopping - can you see the weak vowel sound? So we double the consonant! little. 'Tiger' words are when you see the double 'rr' in words (grr the tiger growels). Again you double the 'r' when it has a weak vowel sound - marry, terror
If a grown up writes these words can you read them? - matter, matted, splatter, splattering, hopping, stripped, ripped, ridden, written, mopping, sloppy, cutting, cutter, supper, hurry, Harry, carry, carrying, hurring, carrot, parrot, narrow, marrow, sparrow, ferry, merry, horrid
Phonics focus of the day - 17th July, 2020 -
Today we are going to look at words with the ending 'le' and 'stle'(sounds like 'sul') We have looked at the 'le' sound before. Remember in this sound 'le', we don't say the 'e' on the end and in this sound 'stle', we don't say the 't' sound or the 'e' sound on the end.
If a grown up writes these words can you read them? - apple, ankle, people, sprinkle, twinkle, temple, tremble, little, battle, rustle, bristle, castle, whistle, thistle.
Can you write a sentence using some of these words?