RWhite Home Leaning – Phonics 14/05/20

Welcome Super Readers!

Today you will be completing your phonic activity. Please complete your work in your homework books please.

If you are these children, Bhavdeep. I would like you to practise your segmenting and blending. Watch this video 😁
After watching this video, complete the worksheet in your homework book please.

If you are these children, I would like you to read the sentence below then write 3 simple sentence using the CVC words on the next slide. Make sure you use your ‘Phoneme Fingers’ when segmenting and blending CVC words.
Write 3 sentences in your homework books.
For example: I hug my mum.
RWhite: Siyam, Shemaiah, Safaa, Yasiin, Mya, Hamaad, Jebrin and Sumaya O.

If you are these children, I would like you to watch this video on CVC/ CCVC words to practise your reading.
After that, complete the worksheet below the video in your homework books. Draw the picture then match the correct caption.
RWhite: Ariyan, Abigail, Sidrah and Hasan.

If you are these children, I would like you to learn the ‘igh’ sound today. Before that, I’d like you to read the HFWs. After that, watch the video then complete the worksheet below the video in your homework book. Find and write all the ’igh’ words. As a challenge, write a sentence including an ‘igh’ word.
RWhite: Carter, Zakariyah, Abdelrahman, Zainullah, Hamza, Ebeid and Aiza.

If you are these children, I would like you to watch this video again to recap your set 2 sounds. After that, complete the activity below the video in your homework books.
RWhite: Charis, Ilyas, Havin, Jad, Rayan, Javishan, Zainab, Kinza and Sumayyah A.

‘air’ as in That’s not fair! Write all the ‘air’ words in your homework books please. After that, read and write all the ‘air’ words you find in the reading passage below.

Please write using a pencil and in your best handwriting. Let me know how you get on! 😁

28 thoughts on “RWhite Home Leaning – Phonics 14/05/20

  1. Printed this out for Zak to do. He has circled the (igh) words.and as he has done (ee) words last week he recognised them and circled them as well saying this is (ee) words. I will email you the work sheet

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