Spring 2- Mrs Diaz’s Phonics group, Phonemes- ABLE, IBLE, ABLY, IBLY.

This week in our phonics session, we have been focusing on the sounds ABLE, IBLE, ABLY, IBLY. Firstly we looked at the phonemes and talked about the grapheme these would be in. We then went on to read the RWI book, ‘THE INVISIBLE CLOTHES’ Where we read and answered questions from the ‘Get Writing’ text book.

 If the root word ends in –able, we use –ably. If the root word ends in –ible, we use –ibly. When a word ends in -able, the main part of the word (i.e. the bit that comes before the -able ending) is usually a complete word in itself. For example: bearable (from bear), readable, (from read), and acceptable (from accept).

  1. WHY DOES THE EMPEROR WANT THE SPECIAL SUIT?
  2. HOW DOES THE TAILOR TRICK THE EMPEROR?

Here are some activities below to help you practice this weeks sounds.

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