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Phonics

Phonics

This week we are revising alternative spellings for the ‘igh’, ‘f’, ‘m’ and the ‘oa’ phonemes or sounds.

 

 

Day 1 –  Start with practising all the sounds from the previous stages using the sound mats on this link: https://www.homelands.torbay.sch.uk/phonics-3/  
Write as many graphemes (the written version of the sound) as you can remember for the ‘igh’ sound. Check the top of this page to see if you managed to write them all.
Read the following sentences and note down all the words with today’s phoneme:

 

The bright light hurts my eyes.                                        A tiny sprite might hide behind my nice sofa.

 

Did a fine ship ,called the Titanic, hit an iceberg a long time ago?

 

 

 

Day 2 – Write as many graphemes (the written version of the sound) as you can remember for the ‘f’ and ‘m’ phoneme or sound. Check the top of this page to see if you managed to write them all. Can you choose the correct grapheme in order to spell the following words correctly? :          

                             swimming,       dolphin,         crumb,         feet,         mouse,         cough,        summer,        cliff

 

 

 

Day 3 – Write as many graphemes (the written version of the sound) as you can remember for the ‘oa’ sound. Check the top of this page to see if you managed to write them all.
Read the following sentences and note down all the words with today’s phoneme:

I froze my nose on the cold window.                   I broke a bone in my little toe.

If you stole my phone, I would turn you into a toad.

 

 

 

 

Day 4 – Word challenge- write down the following graphemes for the ‘m’ and ‘f’ phonemes or sounds and try and write a word for each grapheme.

 

m         mb        mm                            f      ff      ph      gh

 

 

 

 

 

Day 5 –  Start with practising all the sounds from the previous stages using the sound mats on this link: https://www.homelands.torbay.sch.uk/phonics-3/  
Review the graphemes for the ‘oa’ and ‘igh’ sounds or phonemes. Try to remember these graphemes as you write the following sentences:

The kite floats high in the sky.                                                                  Cold roast chicken pie is nice. 

Can an old goat ride a bike?

 

 

 

 

 

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