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Phonic sounds - I, 'ie', 'y' and 'i-e' and compound words - Lesson 29 - Phonic Pack 4

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My name .

Lesson Twenty Nine: I, ie, y, i-e
Revision: Read the story “ Shy Platypus’ Farewell Party”.

1. You have learnt that a compound word is a big word made up of two little words.

For example: nearby is made up of near and by.

2. Join a word from the left hand column to a word from the right hand column to make a compound word. All of these compound words are in the story “Shy Platypus’ Farewell Party”. Join the words with a straight line. Use a different colour for each match.

fare way

a one

good well

every one

near cakes

no bye

pan by


3. Read the compound words to your tutor. Find the compound words in the story.




phonic sounds - I, 'ie', 'y', 'i-e' and compound words
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4. The word blind has two different meanings depending on the sense of the sentence.

Read the following sentences to your tutor and then discuss the different meanings and how you know which ‘blind’ it is by the sense of the sentence.

The blind man had a special dog to help him go shopping.

The lady pulled the blind down so the sun would not shine in the window.

5. The word wind is even trickier.
It is spelt the same but pronounced differently
depending on the sense of the sentence.

Read the following sentences and work out which is which!!

The wind will blow the leaves away.

Dad will wind the rope around the post.

6. Glue pages 57 and 58 into your scrap book.








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