Letters & Sounds
Please begin this session by revising any of the phase 3 sounds that you are less confident with. You can use the following clips to help you:
You can also use https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources/phase/3 and explore ‘Buried Treasure’, ‘Picnic on Pluto’ or ‘Dragon’s Den.’
So far this week we have learnt to read the tricky words they, all, are, do, when, out, what
For today’s lesson, we are going to continue to practice the phase 4 tricky words. We are going to focus on the following high frequency words: said, so, do, have, like, some, come, were, there, little, one, when, out, what.
Have a look at the following clip to help you with your pronunciation of these tricky words.
said, so, do, have, like, some, come, were, there, little, one, when, out, what.
Task 1) Practice reading these words and sound talk the graphemes (as much as you can, as they are tricky!)
Repeat this exercise a few times to build up your confidence when reading these words out loud.
Task 2) Look at the Tricky Word Spotter Story. Read the captions, find and underline the tricky words that are listed.
Practice today’s tricky words with the following handwriting practice sheets.
Mrs Willis' Phonics Group
Here is another activity for you to have a go at, reminding you of your previous Phase 5 phonics learning.