Hi Larch Class
This week we are taking a look at the trigraphs 'ire', 'ear' and 'are'. Remember a trigraph is one sound that contains three letters.
When we learn our trigraphs it helps us to read and spell our words. When we think a word might be difficult to read or spell because it contains lots of letters, if we use our sounds then it may only have a couple within the word and therefore makes it easier for us to read and write. As always, practise reading and writing the words containing the sounds and complete the activities; complete the spelling activities then one or two more from each day.
I have included a game day this week as an end of week revision session, but you should also be reading the words around you. Can you spot our digraphs in any of the books you are reading or spot them out and about on a walk?
Don't forget to watch the Song of Sounds video to recap all of your learning so far. There is also a sheet attached showing all the sounds you have learned so far. Can you still read them all?
Friday's session is the revision games session, I have attached a link to the phonics play game, however, there whole website is full of amazing games and activities to support the learning of phonics and it is currently all free using the following details so have a look around.
You may log in with the following details:
The username: march20 with the password: home will also work as we know that this will still be on lots of existing home learning documents and web pages that remain from the previous lockdown.
The first Song of Sounds - Stage 2 Video
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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