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Digraph 'ck'

June 3rd 2007 09:14
NB - An interesting extra: I have posted a booklet, ‘Little White Duck’, which emphasises the ‘ck’ digraph.
This booklet (written for emerging readers) can be found at the end of all the lessons and certificates for Phonic Pack 2.
Printing off and making this booklet with your child would be most beneficial at the end of Lesson Four which covers the ‘ck’ sound.
Give your child as much help as needed to enjoy and successfully complete the booklet.

This booklet is a hands-on reading activity which gives each child the opportunity to make his/her own reading booklet.
The benefits of this activity are many: (including)
1. The child has a sense of ownership.
2. It emphasises the digraph ‘ck’.
3. The activity is integrated with Writing.
4. The child is beginning to understand that stories are sequential.
5. It is expanding the child’s reading and speaking vocabulary.
6. The benefits of working with a caring adult are immeasurable.



 digraph ck
digraph 'ck' - Lesson 4 page 1- Phonic Pack 2 - Foundation Print

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My name is .
Read the ‘ff’ and ‘zz’ words from Lesson Three.
Lesson Four (‘ck’ as in duck)

ck as in duck

Note to tutor: This lesson introduces ‘ck’ as in duck.

Pointing to the caption under the duck -
say to your child (using letter names),
“c (‘see’) and k (‘kay’) together say (using the letter sound) ‘c’ as in duck.”
Then (pointing to the word duck) sound out the word d-u-ck, and then blend into the word duck.

1. Ask your child to point to the caption under the picture of the duck and read, “ck as in duck”.
2. Sound out and read the following words.

pack lick back quick neck

3. Underline the ‘ck’ in each word, and then sound out and read the word.

sick luck Jack kick rock




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digraph 'ck' - Lesson 4 page 2 - Phonic Pack 2 - Foundation Print

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4. Trace over each word. Sound out and read the word. Write the word.

lock peck sack .

pick sock tuck .

5. Read this question and then circle the correct answer.

What goes tick, tock, tick, tock?

A duck or a clock.

6. Read this question and then circle the correct answer.

What goes quack, quack?

A duck or a clock.





Note for tutor: the following page has lots of four letter words which end with ‘ck’. If your child is easily sounding out or reading these words, read a column one day and the second column the next day. If your child still needs a lot of time to sound out the words, just do two or three a day. It is better for your child to do two or three words slowly and properly than to rush through the list with maximum help from you. The idea is to progress, but not to make the task too laborious. Tick each word as your child reads it and he/ she will be able to see the progress being made.
Glue the page into the scrapbook for future reference. If your child is writing sentences, stories, a letter to a friend or relative (or whatever) and she/he wants to use a word covered in one of the lessons, encourage her/him to look it up and use the correct spelling.




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ck as in duck

duck tick

pack tock

sick lock

lick rock

luck sock

clock deck

back neck

Jack peck

quack tuck

rack suck

pick tick

kick quick
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th - digraph

June 6th 2007 06:16
NB - An interesting extra: I have posted a booklet, ‘The Smith Family’, which emphasises the ‘th’ digraph.
This booklet (written for emerging readers) can be found at the end of all the lessons and certificates for Phonic Pack 2.
Printing off and making this booklet with your child would be most beneficial at the end of Lesson Twenty One which covers the ‘th’ sound.
Give your child as much help as needed to enjoy and successfully complete the booklet.




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Digraph 'th' - Lesson 21 page 1 - Foundation Print - Phonic Pack 2


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My name is . .
Read ‘old’ words from Lesson Twenty.

Lesson Twenty One (‘th’ as in moth.)
Note to tutor: The next six lessons will introduce digraphs. A digraph is a pair of letters that represent a single speech sound. The digraph for Lesson Twenty One is ‘th’. Each digraph has a ‘chant’ eg th as in moth. When introducing a digraph to your child you say the name of the letters, followed by the sound. e.g. t (tee) and h (aitch) together, say ‘th’
(the sound) as in moth.

cut-------------------------- ----------------------------- ----------------------------- ----------------------------- ----------------------------- -----------


moth
them
thumb
than

thin that


maths
this
cloth


thick then




th as in moth
cut-------------------------- ----------------------------- ----------------------------- ----------------------------- ----------------------------- ---------

Pointing to the caption under the moth –
say to your child “t (tee) and h (aitch) together say ‘th’ as in moth.”
Then, pointing to the word ‘moth’, sound out the word m-o-th, and then blend into the word moth.



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Digraph 'th' - Lesson 21 page 2 - Phonic Pack 2

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1. Sound out all the words on the left side of the moth, like this:
m-o-th, moth th-u-mb, thumb (what is special about
the word ‘thumb’? It has a silent ‘b’ at
at the end. You do not sound the ‘b’)
th-i-n, thin m-a-th-s, maths cl-o-th, cloth
th-i-ck, thick

2. Sound out all the words on the right side of the moth,
like this:
th-e-m, them th-a-n, than th-a-t, that
th-i-s, this th-e-n, then

3. Here is a hard question!!!!! Can you notice any difference between the ‘th’ sound in the words on the left, compared to the ‘th’ sound in the words on the right?

Note to tutor: Ask your child to listen very carefully while you say the words again. The ‘th’ sound in the words on the left is a soft ‘th’ sound. The ‘th’ sound in the words on the right is a hard ‘th’ sound. Say the words to your child a couple of times and if he/she does not hear the difference, explain it to him/her and move on. The difference is subtle and good if your child can hear it, but it does not matter if he/she finds it too difficult. He/she will still recognise the words and read them correctly when reading a text.

4. Discuss the meaning of each word with your tutor.

5. Find the flash card for ‘th as in moth’ and put it into the pile of sounds you are learning. Now you have ‘ck as in duck’ and ‘th as in moth’.
Practise them every day and when you know them put them into a pile of sounds you know.

6. Cut along the dotted lines and glue the moth into your scrapbook.


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Digraph 'th' - Lesson 21 page 3 - Foundation Print - Phonic Pack 2


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7. Trace over, and then write each ‘th’ word.

moth .

thin .

thumb .

cloth .

thick .

maths .

then .

than .

that .

this .

then .


8. Read the words.
9. Glue this page into your scrapbook.
10. Find the flashcard for ‘th as in moth”.






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wh - digraph

June 6th 2007 06:30
I have posted a booklet, ‘The Little White Whale’, which emphasises the ‘wh’ digraph.
This booklet (written for emerging readers) can be found at the end of all the lessons and certificates for Phonic Pack 2.
Printing off and making this booklet with your child would be most beneficial at the end of Lesson Twenty Two which covers the ‘wh’ sound.
Give your child as much help as needed to enjoy and successfully complete the booklet.




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Digraph 'wh' - Lesson 22 page 1 - Foundation Print - Phonic Pack 2


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My name is .

Read ‘th’ words from Lesson.Twenty One.

Lesson Twenty Two (‘wh’ as in whip.)


wh as in whip


Note to tutor:
1. Pointing to the caption under the whip –
say to your child (using letter names),
“ w (double you) and h (aitch) together say (using letter sound)
‘wh’ as in whip.
2. Pointing to the word whip, sound out the word wh-i-p, and then blend it into the word whip.

3. Ask your child to point to the caption under the picture of the whip and read, “wh as in whip”.


1. What is a whip? Who uses one today? (cowboys, jockeys)

2. Sound out and read the following words:

whip (wh-i-p, whip) when (wh-e-n, when) why (the ‘y’ says ‘y’ as in sky)



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Digraph 'wh' - Lesson 22 page 2 - Foundation Print - Phonic Pack 2


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3. The following ‘wh’ words contain sounds you have not yet covered, so we will learn them as look-say words for now.

where what white

Note for tutor: Point to the word. You read the word, and then ask your child to point to the word and read it. Repeat for the three words.
Play a game with the words by pointing to the words in random order and ask your child to read it to you.
4. Discuss the meaning of the words with your tutor.

5. Think of a sentence for each word and say it to your tutor.

6. Cut out following words so that each word is in a rectangle.


whip

why
where

when

what
white


what

white
when

why

whip
where
7. Match the words into pairs. When you have a pair, read the word.
8. Ask your tutor to jumble the words up and repeat.
9. Glue one set of words into your scrapbook.
10. Keep the second set as flashcards and keep reading
them each day until you recognise the word.

11. Find the flashcard for ‘wh as in whip’.

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ch - digraph

June 6th 2007 06:41
ch digraph
Digraph 'ch' - Lesson 23 page 1 - Foundation Print - Phonic Pack 2


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My name is .

Read ‘wh’ words from Lesson Twenty Two.

Lesson Twenty Three (ch as in chick) .


ch as in chick

Note to tutor:
1. Pointing to the caption under the chick –
say to your child (using letter names)
“c (see) and h (aitch) together say (using letter sound)
‘ch’ as in chick.
2. Pointing to the word chick, sound out the word ch-i-ck, and then blend it into the word chick.
3. Ask your child to point to the caption under the picture of the chick
and read, “ch as in chick.”


1. Sometimes the ‘ch’ sound comes at the beginning of a word, sometimes it comes at the end of a word and sometimes it comes in the middle of a word. In this lesson it will come at the beginning or at the end of a word.
2. Sound out and then read the words in the chicks on page 46.
3. Discuss the meaning of the words with your tutor.
4. When you have read all the words, and you know what they mean, underline the ‘ch’ in each word and tell your tutor if it is at the beginning or end of the word.



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rich
chick chop


such chin chat



pinch
check punch


chip
chest much


chill lunch bunch



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5. Next to each ‘ch’ word, write another ‘ch’ word that rhymes with it.

such .

punch .

6. Next to each ‘ch’ word write a word that rhymes with it. It does not have to be a ‘ch’ word this time.

chin .

chest .

chop .

chat .

chick .

7. Think of a sentence for each of these words. Say it to your tutor.

check rich chip chill pinch

8. Can you sound out this word?

chicken (ch-i-ck-en)

Where does the ‘ck’ sound come in this word?

Well done. You are so clever. You have worked well. (&#61514

9. Glue pages 46 and 47 into your scrapbook.

10. Find the flashcard for ‘ch as in chicken’.

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ee - digraph

June 6th 2007 06:50
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Digraph 'ee' - Lesson 24 page 1 - Foundation Print - Phonic Pack 2


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My name is .

Read the ‘ch’ words from Lesson Twenty Three.

Lesson Twenty Four (ee as in tree)


ee as in tree

Note to tutor:
1. Pointing to the caption under the tree –
say to your child (using letter names),
“ double ‘ee’ says ‘ee’ as in tree”.
2. Pointing to the word tree, sound it out, tr-ee, and then blend it together into the word tree.
3. Ask your child to point to the caption under the picture of the tree and read “ee as in tree.”

1. Let’s play hide-and-seek.
Look at the picture of the tree. There are eight things hiding in the tree. Sound out the following words and then find a picture for that word, hiding in the tree. Colour each picture.

bee (b-ee), tree (tr-ee), teeth (t-ee-th),

wheel (wh-ee-l), sweep (sw-ee-p), three (thr-ee),

queen (qu-ee-n), sleep (sl-ee-p).



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2. Print ‘ee’ in the space for each word below.

cr k f l

s . k p

st p cr p

f d gr n

n d sw p

f t sl p

d p sw t

s m b .

fr . tr .

s k t th

w k wh l

w p gr d

p l thr .

f l qu n



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3. Sound out each word.
4. Discuss the meaning of each word with your tutor.
5. Think of a sentence that uses one or more of the ‘ee’ words. Say the sentence to your tutor and then write it on the lines.
Remember: every sentence has a capital letter and a full stop.


Note to tutor: Now would be a good time to talk about capital letters. The name of something has a capital letter. It may be the name of a person, a town or city, a pet, a river, a place etc. Bring this to your child’s attention as often as possible.

6. Glue page 49 into your scrapbook.
7. Point to and read the words again.
8. Find the flashcard for ‘ee as in tree’.






WHEEEEEEE! You are on a roll! 


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sh - digraph

June 6th 2007 10:46
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My name is .

Read the ‘ee’ words from Lesson Twenty Four.

Lesson Twenty Five: (‘sh’ as in sheep)



sh as in sheep

Note to tutor:
1. Pointing to the caption under the sheep –
say to your child (using letter names),
“s (es) and h (aitch) together say (using letter sound)
‘sh’ as in sheep.”
2. Pointing to the word sheep, sound it out, sh-ee-p, and then blend it into the word sheep.
3. Ask your child to point to the caption under the picture of the sheep and read, ‘sh as in sheep’.

1. Sound out the words in the rectangles.

Note: the word ‘shoe’ is in green. Can you think why?
(It is a look say word, so cannot be sounded out)


ship

fresh
shop
she
shed
shell
fish
brush

shot

crush
dish
wish
mash
shut
crash
shoe



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Digraph 'sh' - Lesson 25 page 2 - Phonic Pack 2


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2. Find the sheep on page 53. Draw a background to the picture. Draw a sun in the sky. Are there any clouds in the sky? Are there any birds in the sky? Draw some grass for the sheep to eat. Are there any other sheep in the paddock? Are there any trees in the paddock? Can you see any fence posts? Can you see the farmer?

3. When you have finished drawing the background to the picture, cut out the rectangles with the words in them and spread them out over your picture, especially in the sheep.

4. Read each word to your tutor, and then glue it onto your picture.

5. Glue the sheep into your scrapbook.

6. Find the flashcard for ‘sh as in sheep’.

----------------------------- ----------------------------- ----------------------------- ----

Cartoon for Lesson Twenty Six:



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Flashcards - Phonic Pack 2

June 10th 2007 12:15
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ck as in duck
th as in moth

wh as in whip
ch as in chick

ee as in tree
sh as in sheep




all as in ball



ing as in ring



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ck

th

wh

ch

ee

sh

all

ing



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digragh ar as in car
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My name is .

Lesson One: ‘ar’ as in car



‘ar’ as in car
cut and glue into scrap book ----------------------------- ----------------------------- --cut
Note to tutor:
1. Pointing to the caption under the car say to your child (using letter names) ‘a’ (ay) and ‘r’ (are) together say (using the sound) ‘ar’ as in car.
2. Pointing to the word car, sound it out, c-ar, and then blend it into the word car.
3. Ask your child to point to each word in the caption under the picture of the car as she/he reads, ‘ar as in car’.

1. What is the colour of this car?

Is it red, yellow or purple?

Write the answer on the line.




2. What colour do you like for a car?

Write the answer on the line.
(Use the colour word flashcards to check for correct spelling.)



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3. Find the flash card which has the colour word ‘red’.
Start a pile of colour words with this flashcard.

4. Write ‘ar’ in the spaces and then sound out each word

c f st . p k

st t h d st t

5. Discuss the meaning of each word with your tutor.

6. Trace over the following words.
7. After you trace over each word sound it out, then blend it into a word.
8. After you read each word discuss its meaning with your tutor.

farm card cart yard bar

dark shark bark Mark

9. Why does Mark have a capital letter?
(because it is the name of a boy)


Here is a challenge:
10. Can you sound out and read these longer words?

carpet garden

Well done.

11. Find the flash card for ‘ar as in car’.



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12. These words all have a small word in them. Can you find the small word? Write it on the line. The first one has been done for you.

farm far
card
start
13. This word is made up with two words. Can you see the two words? Write them on the lines.
carpet

14. Words that are made up with two words are called compound words. Find the two words in these compound words. Write them on the lines.

onto . . . .
into . . . .

15. Go back to number 4 on page 3. Read the ‘ar’ words again. Choose two of the words and write sentences with the two words in them.
Remember: Each sentence begins with a capital letter and ends with a full stop.
Think your sentences through and tell them to your tutor before you write them down.


. .


. .


. .



.





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'ar' as in car - Phonic Pack 3

July 7th 2007 08:55
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My name is .
Lesson Two: ‘ar’ as in car

1. Draw a car and colour it with the colour you think is best for a car.

2. Trace over the following ‘ar’ words:
car . .

far . .

start f . .
o
star l . .
d
farm . .

card . .

yard . .

hard . .

3. Read the words then fold the page in half and write the words on the lines as your tutor dictates them to you.
4. Glue the red car and page 5 into your scrap book.

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ai as in train digraph
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My name is .
Lesson Four: 'ai’ as in train



‘ai’ as in train
cut and glue into scrap book ----------------------------- ----------------------------- --------------------cut

Note to tutor:
1. Pointing to the caption under the train say to your child (using letter names) ‘a' (ay) and ‘i' (eye) together say (using the sound) ‘ai’ as in train.
2. Pointing to the word train, sound it out, tr-ai-n, and then blend it into the word train.
3. Ask your child to point to each word in the caption under the picture of the train as he/she reads, ‘ai as in train’.

1. Write the colours you can see on the train. Check with the colour words for the correct spelling.
.
.
.

2. Find the flash card for the word ‘black’. Put it on the pile with the flash card for the word ‘red’. Read both words.

3. Read the following story. Your tutor will help you if you need it but practise it by yourself before you read it to your tutor. If you can, sound out the words you do not know.



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The Mail Train

One day a train set off to take the mail to the town.

It sang as it chuffed along the rails,

“I can see a sheep. I can see a tree.

I can see a chick. I am free, free, free !!!”

Then it started to rain.

The train said as it chuffed along,

“This is sad. This is bad.

My paint will get wet. THIS IS BAD, BAD, BAD !!!”

“Wait under the tree,” said a snail to the train. “Then you will

not get wet and your paint will not stain.”

That is what the train did and just as well - it started to hail.

1. What happened next? Make up an ending for this story and tell it to your tutor.
2. Look back at the story. Sound out and read all the underlined words.
3. What sound can you hear in all these words?
4. What letters make up this sound? Underline them in each word.
5. Sound out and read the words in the rectangles.


rain
grain
maid
main

tail
chain
laid
trail

bait
pain
sail
hail

rail
nail
stain
drain



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6. Discuss the meaning of each word with your tutor.
7. Underline the ‘ai’ sound in each word in the rectangles.
8. Carefully cut out the rectangles.
9. Sort the rectangles into words that rhyme.
10. Glue the words underneath the words below, into columns of words that rhyme.
11. Read the words again.
12. Glue this page into your scrap book.

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July 7th 2007 09:46
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'ai' as in train - Lesson Five - Phonic Pack 3.

My name is .
Lesson Five: ‘ai’ as in train.
Note to tutor: Phonic Pack Two covered quotation (or speech) marks.
Go back to page 9 and find the story ‘The Mail Train’. With your child look at what the train and snail said and notice that the speech marks are at the beginning and end of the words that were spoken. Ask your child to read the spoken words and to trace over the speech marks. Your child will need to observe this often before she/he can confidently use speech marks in her/his writing.
----------------------------- ----------------------------- ----------------

1. Revise words on page 10.
2. Sound out the following words :

tr-ai-n train
r-ai-n rain
t-ai-l tail
s-ai-l sail
----------------------------- -----fold on this line------------------------- ----------

3. Fold this page along the above line so you cannot see the words.
4. Write the words on the lines below as your tutor dictates them to you.
5. Check the words and tick the ones you have written correctly.
6. Rub out any mistakes and write the word correctly.

7. Give your tutor a ‘HIGH 5’ !!!!!!!!



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. .


. .

8. Find the flash card for ‘ai as in train’.

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oa as in boat digraph
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My name is .
Lesson Seven: ‘oa’ as in boat
Read your flash cards. (Sunday, Monday, one, two, red, black, ‘ar’ as in
car, ‘ai’ as in train.)


‘oa’ as in boat
cut and glue into scrap book ----------------------------- ----------------------------- --------------cut

Note to tutor:
1. Pointing to the caption under the boat say to your child (using letter names) ‘o’ (oh) and ‘a' (ay) together say (using the sound) ‘oa’ as in boat.
2. Pointing to the word boat, sound it out, b-oa-t, and then blend it into the word boat.
3. Ask your child to point to each word in the caption under the picture of the boat as he/she reads, ‘oa as in boat’.


4. Write the two colours you can see on the boat. Check with the colour words for the correct spelling.

.


. .


. .

5. Find the flash card for the word ‘purple’. Put it on the pile with the flash cards for the words ‘red’ and ‘black’. Read the three colour words.



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6. Where is this boat?
7. Who is in the boat?
8. Why do you think this boat is s-ai-l-ing (sailing) with no one in
it?
9. Make up a story about this boat. Tell it to your tutor.

Read the following questions and answer yes or no on the line.

Can a (b-oa-t) boat (fl-oa-t) float?

Can a (t-oa-d) toad (cr-oa-k) croak?

Does a (g-oa-t) goat eat (s-oa-p) soap?

Does a (c-oa-t) coat eat (t-oa-st) toast?

Can you (m-oa-n) moan?

Can you (l-oa-d) load sheep onto a truck?

Write the following words underneath the correct picture.

boat goat coat





. .

Challenge:
Can you sound out the following ‘oa’ words ??????

loaf throat roast boast oats coast

cloak foam soak coach (Fantastic!!)


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July 8th 2007 13:36
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My name is .
Lesson Eight: ‘oa’ as in boat
Read your flash cards.


This is your task: Write a story about this picture.
Your story must contain the two words 'boat’ and ‘goat’.
You may be able to use the words ‘float’ and ‘coast’ as well.
Each sentence must have a capital letter and a full stop.

Helpful hint: Think your sentences and tell them to your tutor before you write them down.
.
.
.
.
.
1. Read the ‘oa’ words on page 15.
2. Discuss the meaning of the words with your tutor.
3. Find the ‘oa’ as in boat flashcard and put it with the other sounds you have learnt.
4. Cut out and glue the ‘oa’ as in boat picture and page 15 into your scrap book.
5. Colour the picture of the goat in the boat on page 16 and you may like to glue this page in to your scrap book as well.

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ea as in leaf colour word green
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My name is .
Lesson Ten: ‘ea’ as in leaf
Revise ‘oa’ words on page 15


‘ea’ as in leaf
cut and glue into your scrap book ----------------------------- ----------------------------- ----------------------------- ----------cut
Note to tutor:
1.Pointing to the caption under the leaf say to your child (using letter names) ‘e’ (ee) and ‘a' (ay) together say (using the sound) ‘ea’ as in leaf.
2.Pointing to the word leaf, sound it out, l-ea-f, and then blend it into the word leaf.
3.Ask your child to point to each word in the caption under the picture of the leaf as he/she reads, ‘ea’ as in leaf.

1. Write the colour of the leaf on the line. Check with the colour words for the correct spelling.
.


2. Find the flash card for the word ‘green’. Put it on the pile with the flash cards for the words ‘red’, ‘black’ and ‘purple’. Read the four colour words.
3. Turn to the next page and find some autumn leaves.
4. Sound out and read the words in the leaves.
5. Discuss the meaning of the words with your tutor.
6. Cut the leaves out and glue them onto page 21. Because they are autumn leaves some may be still on the tree, some may be falling to the ground and some may be on the ground.
7. Glue page 21 in to your scrap book.

Note to tutor: Now is a good time to explain to your child about the seasons and mark them on the calendar. You could briefly discuss seasonal temperatures, clothes we wear, outdoor activities, foods and the behaviour of different animals and plants during some seasons. This lesson focuses on different coloured autumn leaves. Explain why some trees lose their leaves in autumn.



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leaf beach eat





seat
read meat



neat
tea each



team

sea pea

reach


peach

heat

clean bean

cream




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My name is .
Lesson Eleven: ‘ea’ as in leaf
Revise ‘ea’ words on page 21.

1. From page 21 choose 4 three letter words, 4 four letter words and 4 five letter words and put them into the correct columns below.

‘ea’ words with 3 letters ‘ea’ words with 4 letters ‘ea’ words with 5 letters

Challenge:
These ‘ea’ words have 7 letters. Can you read them?

teacher reading

1. Find the ‘ea’ as in leaf flashcard and put it with the other
sounds you have learnt.
2. Cut out and glue the ‘ea’ as in leaf picture, from page 19,
into your scrap book.

cut off and keep the green door and wall for page 27--------------------------- -------------------cut


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e y ee ea
Revision: 'e', 'y', 'ee', 'ea' - Lesson 12 - page 1 - Phonic Pack 3

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My name is .
Lesson Twelve: ‘e’, ‘y’, ‘ee’, ‘ea’
Revision: Read ‘ea’ words on pages 21 and 22.

1. This is a revision lesson for all of the ‘ee’ sounds you have learnt so far.
2. You have learnt ‘e’ as in the word me
‘y’ as in the word teddy
‘ee’ as in the word tree
‘ea’ as in the word leaf
3. Read the following story to yourself first, and then to your tutor. Look out for all of the ‘e’, ‘y’, ‘ee’ and ‘ea’ sounds!

One sunny day Teddy and Bee went to see Dolly. She was

getting tea for the three of them. She had jam and cream for

them to eat. She also had a peach, a cherry and a lolly each.

Teddy looked at the feast,

“We will be full when we have eaten all of this meal,” he said.

What a feed the three friends had!!

4. Pick up a red pencil and underline all the words that have an ‘e’ making the same sound as the ‘e’ in the word me.
5. Pick up a brown pencil and under line all the words that have a ‘y’ making the same sound as the ‘y’ in the word teddy.



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6. Pick up a green pencil and underline all the words that have an ‘ee’ making the same sound as the ‘ee’ in the word tree.
7. Pick up a purple pencil and under line all the words that have a ‘ea' making the same sound as the ‘ea’ in the word leaf.
8. Write all of the underlined words in the correct columns below.

Rules:
1. Write each word only once, even if it is in the
story more than once.
2. The word ‘the’ is in the list with words like ‘me’.

e
(5 words)


y
(5 words)

ee
(4 words)
ea
(8 words)

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Bee Dolly
Teddy



cream scones
cherries
jam


peaches
lollies


1. Draw a line from the word Teddy to the picture of the Teddy.
2. Draw a line from the word Bee to the picture of the Bee.
3. Draw a line from the word Dolly to the picture of the Dolly.
4. Draw a line from the word cream to the picture of the cream.
5. Draw a line from the word jam to the picture of the jam.
6. Draw a line from the word scones to the picture of the scones. Jam and cream tastes delicious on scones.
7. Draw a line from the word peaches to the picture of the peaches.
8. Draw a line from the word cherries to the picture of the cherries.
9. Draw a line from the word lollies to the picture of the lollies.


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Note: You have learnt that to change a word from singular (one) to plural (more than one) you can add an ‘s’. Like ‘scone’ changes to ‘scones’.
Today we learn two more rules for changing a word from singular to plural.
1. To change some words from singular to plural ‘es’ is added to the word. Like ‘peach’ changes to peaches.
2. Words that end with a ‘y’ have a rule of their own.
The rule is: Take away the ‘y’ and add ‘ies’.

Note to tutor: You say “take away the ‘y’ (why) and add ‘i’ (eye), ‘e’ (ee),
‘s’ (es)”


3. We see this rule today in the words:
cherry changes to cherries
lolly changes to lollies

Note to tutor: Explain the new ‘plural rules’ to your child but do not expect your him/her to remember them. Your child will remember as much as he/she understands and you can build on this knowledge by revising the rules every time they appear in a text. Like quotation (speech) marks they will need to be revised several times before your child will be confident with them. For now it is good that your child realises there are more ways of changing words from singular to plural than adding an ‘s’.


4. Go back to the story on page 23 and read the words Teddy said. Read them aloud to your tutor. Trace over the speech marks at the beginning and end of what he said.

Remember: When you are writing a story and someone or something speaks, what they say goes in speech marks.


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Lesson Fifteen - 'ow' as in cow

July 13th 2007 04:29
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My name is .
Lesson Fifteen – ‘ow’ as in cow
Revision: Look at your digraph flash cards and read the caption under each picture. ( ‘ar’ as in car, ‘ai’ as in rain, ‘oa’ as in boat, ‘ea’ as in leaf’)


‘ow’ as in cow
cut and glue into your scrap book ----------------------------- ----------------------------- ----------------------------- ----------cut
Note to tutor:
1.Pointing to the caption under the cow say to your child (using letter names) ‘o’ (oh) and ‘w’ (double you) together say (using the sound) ‘ow’ as in cow.
2.Pointing to the word cow, sound it out, c-ow, and then blend it into the word cow.
3.Ask your child to point to each word in the caption under the picture of the cow as he/she reads, ‘ow’ as in cow.

1. Write the colour of the cow on the line. Check with the colour words for the correct spelling.
.

2. Find the flash card for the word ‘brown’. Notice the word ‘brown’ has ‘ow’ as in cow in it. Put it on the pile with the flash cards for the words ‘red’, ‘black’, ‘purple’ and ‘green’. Read the five colour words.
3. Turn to page 31 and find the jigsaw cow.
4. Turn to page 32 and find the parts for the jigsaw cow.
5. Read the ‘ow’ words in the jigsaw parts.
6. When you have read them all, carefully cut out the jigsaw parts and glue them in the correct place on the jigsaw cow.
7. Read the words again.
8. Glue page 31 into your scrap book.
9.Find the ‘ow’ as in cow flashcard and put it in the pile with the other digraph flashcard sounds that you know.



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My name is .
Lesson Sixteen – ‘ow’ as in cow
Revision: read number, days of the week and digraph flash cards.
Trace over each word, read each word and then match the word to its picture by joining them with a line:
clown

cow


crown
growl
brown
frown



crowd

owl
town

down




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1. It is hard to draw pictures for these ‘ow’ words. Can you read them? Trace over them first.

how now

2. Challenge: Can you read these longer ‘ow’ words? Draw a picture next to each one.

tower flower shower

3. Write a sentence with the words clown and town in it.
Remember every sentence has a capital letter and a full stop.
Think your sentence up and say it to your tutor before you write it.
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.

4. Write a sentence with the words brown, now and cow in it. Think your sentence up and say it to your tutor before you write it.

. . .

Fantastic!!! You even remembered the capital letter and full stop. Well done. 




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Lesson Nineteen: ‘ur’ as in purple turtle
Revision: Read ‘i-e’ as in kite words on pages 37 and 38

‘ur’ as in purple turtle
cut and glue into your scrap book ----------------------------- ----------------------------- ----------------------------- ----------cut
Note to tutor:
1.Pointing to the caption under the purple turtle say to your child (using letter names) ‘u’ (you) and ‘r’ (are) together say (using the sound) ‘ur’ as in purple turtle.
2.Pointing to the word turtle, sound it out, t-ur-tle, and then blend it into the word turtle.
3.Ask your child to point to each word in the caption under the picture of the turtle as he/she reads, ‘ur’ as in purple turtle.

1. Write the colour of the turtle on the line. Check with the colour words for the correct spelling.
.

2. Find the ‘purple’ flash card from the pile of colour word flash cards that you know and match it to the word ‘purple’
underneath the turtle.
3. Read the other colour words that you know.
4. Turn to page forty and read the words on the turtle's back to your tutor.
5. Discuss the meaning of the words with your tutor. Put each word into a sentence and say it to your tutor.
6. Read the sentences below the turtle and fill in the spaces with the correct ‘ur’ word from the turtles back.
7. Read the sentences to your tutor.
8. Glue page 40 into your scrap book.
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9. Put the ‘ur’ as in purple turtle flash card with your other digraph flash cards.
10. Read the flash cards to your tutor.



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curl
turn

burn surf curb
fur nurse
hurt church






1. The girl rode her bike into the
on the side of the foot-path and
her leg.

The at the hospital put a
band-aid on it for her.

2. We went to the beach to swim in
the .

3. I can hear the bells
ringing.

4. My dog has soft, brown .





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July 13th 2007 05:36
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My name is .
Lesson Twenty: ‘ur’ as in purple turtle
Revision: Read the ‘ur’ as in purple turtle words and sentences on page 40.

1. Look at these days of the week words. They both have
‘ur’ as in purple turtle in them.

Thursday Saturday

2. Add ‘ed’ to these words, then read them to your tutor. The first one has been done for you to trace over.

curl curled

turn .

burn .


3. Write a sentence with the word curve in it. Think up your sentence and say it to your tutor before you write it. Remember the capital letter and full stop.
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4. Write a sentence with the word burst in it.
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5. Read both sentences to your tutor.

Great work. You write very interesting sentences.



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