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Miss Reynolds' Phonics Group

Good morning.

This is our last phonics lesson for this week.

I will send certificates out to anybody who has completed each of this weeks activities and sent it to me or messaged me. Don't worry if you are on catch up over the weekend, you won't miss out!

Mrs.Howarth

Friday 15th January

Today’s phonics focus is to revise all of the alternative pronunciations we have learned so far.

1. Let’s start with a game. Can you help phonics frog make it home? Tap the screen or click the mouse to jump across the road without getting hit by traffic. Cross the river by jumping onto lily pads, alligators and floating logs. Alligator tails are safe, but not their mouths. Click on the link below.

2. Next it's time to practise. This is a great game to play to practise alternative pronunciation. Choose from i, o, c, g, u, ow (they are the ones we have learnt so far)

3. Finally revise the alternative pronunciations you have learned so far on this online quiz. Make sure you read the instructions for each question carefully and most importantly complete it by yourself! Some of the questions you need to type the answer in, and for some you need to choose the answer.

You will need the room number STSY2 and then enter your name. Click on the link below.

Phonics is a crucial skill for your child. Please ensure that these activities are completed independently, although they may help to understand what to do, they must read and write the sounds by themselves in order to practise these crucial skills. At this stage we do not expect that words are spelled correctly, but are spelled phonetically.

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