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Daily Phonics lessons available on Youtube with Ruth Muskin. Each lesson is only available for 24 hours. Take a look each morning to see the sound. 

 

Take some time to enjoy a book of your choice. There are lots to choose from on the Oxford Owl website. https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page/ 

 

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Monday 

Read the words below by sounding them out and blending back together. 

ow- brown cow

brown  crown   drowning   clowns  cows

he  she  me 

alien words

strown    chowd      thowper     scrowl     

 

Now practise writing the green and red words. Count the sounds first. 

 

Tuesday 

Practise reading the ow words from yesterday. Can you read them without sounding them out?

Today's words-

ai - snail in the rain

rain   sailing    snails   tail   wailed     drain    training   rainbow 

was    all    said 

alien words

grailp      draiting    shaiw    quain    chaid   

 

Now practise writing these green and red words. Count your sounds carefully. 

Wednesday

Revisit the ow and ai words from the previous days and try to read them on sight. (Fred in your head). 

Today's words to practise reading. 

oa - goat in a boat

goat   boats   floating   coat    groan  

of    off   my 

alien words

foad    droat    shoak     thoam   squoap 

 

Now practise writing the green and red words. Remember to count the sounds. 

Thursday

Apply the sounds you have practised this week by sorting the real and alien words in the game Buried Treasure. Select phase 3 and work your way through ow, oa and ai. 

 

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Reading Comprehension and Activities

Read the story of 'The Three Little Pigs' and answer the questions that follow. 

Questions:

 

1. What did the first little pig make his house out of?

2. How many pigs were there?

3. Who was the bad character?

4. What is the title of the story?

5. Is the text fiction or non fiction? How do you know?

6. Explain how you think the wolf felt at the end of the story. Why do you think that? 

 

 

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