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Look at these pictures and write about what you can see. Use your phonics to spell words and don't forget tricky words! Can you put a full stop at the end of your sentence and a capital letter at the start? Remember to use a finger space!

This week we are asking the children to do some 'Big Write'

For the Yellow group we would like the children to think of 5 sentences for each picture and write them. We would like the children to remember their writing goals and we would also like them to try and extend their sentence by using 'and' and or 'because'.

For the Red group we would like the children to think of 4 sentences for each picture and write them. We would like the children to remember their writing goals and we would also like them to try and extend their sentence by using 'and'.

For Green group we would like the children to think of 3 sentences for each picture and write them. We would like the children to remember their writing goals. 

For the Blue group we would like the children to write 2 "I can see ..." sentences for each picture. Encourage them to use their phonics to sound out what they can see.

 

Don't forget to send photos of your work to your teachers email address.

nadine.elvin@audleyinfant.blackburn.sch.uk

allison.diggle@audleyinfant.blackburn.sch.uk

laura.whittle@audleyinfant.blackburn.sch.uk

Thank you

 

 

 Phonics

This week in phonics we are continuing to learn how to read and write our tricky words like last week (see w/b 29.6.20). So don’t forget to get an adult to test you each day.

 

You can also make practising a little more fun you could play the tricky word trucks game on phonics play too!

 

Don’t forget you can also practise using the tricky word songs at the bottom of the page.

(but remember not all the tricky words are on the songs)

 

Tricky Words

 

Phase 2

I

no

go

the

to

into

 

Phase 3

me

she

we

he

be

they

are

all

you

was

my

her

 

Phase 4

so

do

said

come

some

have

little

one

what

when

out

like

there

were

Also this week in phonics we are practising writing sentences using tricky words and phase 2, 3 and four words. Ask your child to read the sentence and then hide the sentence and read it back to them as they write each word. Encourage your child to use a capital letter at the start of each sentence and a full stop at the end.

 

Phase 2 sentences

A hug and a kiss. 

A cat on a big bed.

On top of the rock.

At the top of the hill.

Dad has no lid on the pan.

Sam has a pen in a bag.

 

Phase 3 sentences

Mark and Carl got wet in the rain.

The farmer gets up at six in the morning.

Jill has fair hair but Jack has dark hair.

Jim has seven silver coins.

I can hear an owl hoot at night.

 

Phase 4 sentences 

Fred and Brett spent a week in Spain.

I must not tramp on the flowers.

I kept bumping into things in the dark.

A crab crept into a crack in the rock.

Milk is good for children’s teeth.

A drip from the tap drops in the sink.

The clown did tricks with a chimpanzee.

Tricky Words and Sight Words Song

Phase 3 Tricky Words Song Say Hello To

Phase 4 Tricky Words Song Sight Words Song for said, have, like, come, some, what, when

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