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Letter sound 'oa'


Today in my lesson we read some words and sorted them into words that had the 'igh' triagraph in, and words that had our new sound 'oa' in. In my lesson we revised our Phase 3 sounds, but can you revise our Phase 2 sounds by watching the video below? I have also included a 'tricky word rap' for you to look at to help you to remember some of those more recent tricky words that we have been learning. yes


Also in my lesson we had a go at writing a sentence with 'oa' in too. Below is a 'cut and paste' activity for you to do. This will be a great activity to help with your cutting skills as well as your sounding out and blending. Can you cut out the letters and put them into the right places to spell the words? If you don't have a printer at home, could a grown up write some letters for you onto pieces of paper for you to rearrange and stick into the right place? If you would like an extra challenge, maybe you could have a go at writing another sentence about one of the pictures! Remembering your finger spaces, capital letter and full stop, but if you just have time to do your cutting and sticking today - that's fine too! As we have already written a sentence in our Phonics lesson today. laugh

Phase 2 Phonics Sounds

Have fun watching the dinosaurs below. Some of the tricky words in the rap we haven't quite learnt just yet, so don't worry if you don't recognise all of them. Can you spot our tricky word for this week 'all?' Remember to keep practising writing and spelling 'all' in different ways across the week. smiley

Dinosaur Tricky Word Rap

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