15.01.21

In this lesson, we are focusing on the ‘e_e’ sound. Today this digraph sounds like the digraph ‘ee’ and ‘ea’.

Can you have a go at reading these words:

Pete

Steve

Compete

Now using a pencil and paper let’s practice writing these words, try to use them in sentences:

Extreme

Eve

Theme

were

Time

Your

*These last three are tricky words so they can’t be sounded out, we just need to learn them. 

Can you read this sentence?

Pete and Steve made lunch.

Now follow the link below to play ‘Buried treasure’. Select PHASE 5, and then select the e_e sound to practice reading real/nonsense words with the e_e sound.

Buried treasure

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14.01.21

In this lesson, we are focusing on the ‘a_e’ sound. Today this digraph sounds like the digraph ‘ai’ and ‘ay’.

Can you have a go at reading these words:

Came

Make

cake

Now using a pencil and paper let’s practice writing these words, try to use them in sentences:

Take

game

cake

were

Time

Your

*These last three are tricky words so they can’t be sounded out, we just need to learn them. 

Can you read this sentence?

Make me a cake.

Now follow the link below to play ‘Buried treasure’. Select PHASE 5, and then select the a_e sound to practice reading real/nonsense words with the a_e sound.

Buried treasure

Send picture of your written work to me at year1@st-annes-pri.manchester.sch.uk 

 

13.01.21

In this lesson, we are focusing on the ‘ey’ sound. Today this digraph sounds like the digraph ‘ee’ and ‘ea’.

Can you have a go at reading these words:

Money

Donkey

Turkey

Now using a pencil and paper let’s practice writing these words, try to use them in sentences:

Jockey

Valley

trolley

were

Time

Your

*These last three are tricky words so they can’t be sounded out, we just need to learn them. 

Can you read this sentence?

The monkey is on the chimney

Now follow the link below to play ‘Buried treasure’. Select PHASE 5, and then select the ey sound to practice reading real/nonsense words with the EY sound.

Buried treasure

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12.01.21

In this lesson, we are focusing on the au’ sound. Today this digraph sounds like the

digraph ‘Or’ and ‘Aw’.

Can you have a go at reading these words:

Paul

Haul

Launch

Now using a pencil and paper let’s practice writing these words, try to use them in sentences:

August

Author

Automatic

Looked

Time

Your

*These last three are tricky words so they can’t be sounded out, we just need to learn them. 

Can you read this sentence?

The room is haunted.

Now follow the link below to play ‘Buried treasure’. Select PHASE 5, then select the OE sound to practice reading real/nonsense words with the EW sound.

Buried treasure

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11.01.21

In this lesson, we are focusing on the oe’ sound. Today this digraph sounds like the letter  o in the word no’.

Can you have a go at reading these words:

Toe

Joe

Foe

Now using a pencil and paper let’s practice writing these words, try to use them in sentences:

Woe

Foe

toe

were

come

*These last two are tricky words so they can’t be sounded out, we just need to learn them. 

Can you read this sentence?

Joe hurt his toe.

Now follow the link below to play ‘Buried treasure’. Select PHASE 5, then select the OE sound to practice reading real/nonsense words with the EW sound.

Buried treasure

Send picture of your written work to me at year1@st-annes-pri.manchester.sch.uk