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See the - sight words

June 7th 2007 15:27
see the sight words
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See the …

1) This lesson introduces the words ‘See’ and ‘the’.

2) Notice that the word ‘see’ with a capital letter looks like this ‘See’, and without a capital letter it looks like this, ‘see’.

3) Where would you find the word ‘See’ with a capital letter?
(at the beginning of a sentence).

4) Trace over and then write the word ‘See’, with a capital letter and then without a capital letter.


See see .


5) Pick up a red pencil. Look at the sentences on page 4. Put a ‘fence’ around each word that says See. Every time you put a fence around a word, read it. Notice that the word See always is made written with the letters ‘s-e-e’.

6) Notice that the word ‘the’ with a capital letter looks like
this ‘The’, and without a capital letter it looks like this,
‘the’.

7) Where would you find the word ‘The’ with a capital
letter?
(at the beginning of a sentence).

8) Trace over and then write the word ‘The’, with a capital
letter and then without a capital letter.


The the .




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9) Pick up a blue pencil. Look at the sentences on page 4. Draw a fence around each word that says the. Every time you put a fence around the word, read it. Notice that the word the is always made up with the letters ‘t-h-e’.

10) Point to each word and read the sentences.

11) Read the sentences again. This time instead of pointing to each word separately, let your finger ‘flow’ from left to right as you read.

12) If you do not know the last word in the sentence, and you can’t sound it out, look at the sound the word begins with and use the picture clue to help you.

13) Glue page 4 into your scrapbook. Read the sentences
as fluently as you can.

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Note to tutor: (this applies to all lessons when tracing around words)

Drawing around the word encourages two outcomes:
a) the child realises that the word is always made up using the same letters and is learning to recognise the word.
b) it emphasises the shape of the word and so helps the child recognise the word.

While drawing around the word the pencil should follow the ‘shape’ of the word.

e.g

Word Hunt: Look at your favourite story books and see if you can find the words ‘see’ and ‘the’ printed there. Do the words have capital letters or not?




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See the pig.


See the dog.


See the cat.


See the top.

See the tree.


See the flower.


See the ball.








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I can see a - sight words

June 8th 2007 02:09
I can see a - sight words
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I can see a …

Revision: Read the sentences on page 4.

1) This lesson introduces the phrase ‘I can see a …’

2) Pick up a red pencil. Look at the sentences on
page 7.
Put a ‘fence’ around each word that says I. Every
time you put a fence around a word, read it. Notice
that the word I always looks the same.

3) Word alert: The word ‘I’ is a special word. It is written with a capital letter at the beginning of a sentence AND it is written as a capital letter when used anywhere in a sentence. Discuss the following sentences with your tutor.

I can see the bag.

My teddy and I are going to play.

I can jump.

A cat, a frog and I can jump.


4) On the following lines print a sentence with the word ‘I’ in it. Think up the sentence first and say it to your tutor before you print it.

Remember: Sentences begin with a capital letter and
end with a full stop.



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5) Pick up a blue pencil. Look at the sentences on page 7. Trace around each word that says can. Every time you trace around a word, read it. Notice, the word can always has the letters c-a-n.

6) Pick up a brown pencil. Look at the sentences on page 7. Trace around each word that says ‘a’. Every time you trace around a word, read it.

Word alert: the word ‘a’ looks like this (a) when printed on a computer, BUT when you print it, it looks like this: a .

7) Pick up a pink pencil. Look at the sentences on page 7. Trace around each word that says see. Did you remember this word from the last lesson?

8) On the following lines print a sentence which has the
words I, can, see and a in it. Think up the sentence and
say it to your tutor before you print it.
Remember: the capital letter and the full stop.

9) Point to each word and read the sentences on page 7.

10) Read them again. This time instead of pointing to
each word separately, let your finger ‘flow’ from left
to right as you read.

11) If you do not know the last word in the sentence, and
you can’t sound it out, look at the sound the word
begins with and use the picture clue to help you.


12) Glue page 7 into your scrapbook.



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I can see a red dot.


I can see a ring.


I can see a bell.


I can see a yak.


I can see a van.


I can see a monkey.


I can see a lion.













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I can see an - sight words

June 8th 2007 03:37
sight words - can see an
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I can see an …
Note for tutor:
Usually:
( there are exceptions which will not be discussed here)

a) ‘a’ is used before a word beginning with a consonant.
b) ‘an’ is used before a word beginning with a vowel.

Vowels and consonants were discussed in Lesson 25, Phonic Pack for Parents One.

Revision: Read the sentences on page 7.

1. Read the following sentences.
I can see an egg.


I can see an elf.


I can see an ant.


I can see an elephant.


I can see an umbrella.


I can see an orange.



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2. Pick up a green pencil. Look back at the sentences and trace around each word that says ‘an’. As you trace around each word, read it.

3. Think up a sentence with the word ‘an’ in it. Say the sentence to your tutor before you print it on the lines.

4. Glue pages 8 and 9 into your scrapbook.

5. Challenge: Can you read the following sentences?

Point to each word as you read.

I can see the sun.

I can see the teddy.

I can see the bus.

I can see the horse.
I can see the chick.
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Can you - sight words

June 8th 2007 03:56
Can you - sight words
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Can you …..

Revision: Read the sentences on pages 8 and 9.

1. Answer the following questions by printing yes or no.
Read the questions carefully before you answer.

Can you sit? .

Can you run? .

Can you help? .

Can you hop? .

Can you jump? .

Can you sing? .

Can you skip? .

2. Read the questions and the answers to your tutor.
3. Glue the page into your scrapbook.

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We can see - sight words

June 8th 2007 05:02
We can see sight words
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We can see …

Revision: Read the sentences on page 10.

1. This lesson introduces the word ‘we’.
2. The word ‘we’ when printed with a capital letter looks like this: We
3. The word ‘we’ when printed without a capital letter looks like this: we
4. Pick up an orange pencil. Look at the sentences on page 12 and trace around each word that says ‘We’. As you trace around each word, read it.
5. Trace over, and then print the following words. Read the word to your tutor and say if the word has a capital letter or not.


We we .

6. Think of a sentence with the word ‘we’ in it. Say the sentence to your tutor before you print it on the lines below. Remember: the capital letter and the full stop.








7. Read the sentences which are on page 12. Sound out the words you do not know. If you cannot sound them out use these two clues:
a) what sound does the word begin with.
b) the picture clue.

8. Glue page 12 into your scrapbook.



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We can see a red grub.

We can see a bunny.


We can see a bee.


We can see a lolly.


We can see a drink.


We can see a cake.


We can see a stack of blocks.






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Can you see my - sight words

June 8th 2007 05:11
Can you see my sight words
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Can you see my sight words
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Can you see my rug?


Can you see my cup?


Can you see my bed?


Can you see my puppy?


Can you see my bell?


Can you see my teddy?


Can you see my ball?


(Notice the question marks at the end of each sentence. Each sentence is a question.)


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I am - sight words

June 8th 2007 05:26
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I am ….

Revision: Read the questions on page 14.

This lesson introduces the phrase ‘I am…’
1. Choose the correct word to finish each sentence and print it on the line.
2. After you have finished the sentence, read it to your tutor.


I am a .(girl, boy)

I am .(tall, short)

I am at .(school, home)

I am in the ..
(house, shop)

3. Finish these sentences. First, think up what you are going to print and then say it to your tutor before you print it.
I am .
I am .

4. Glue this page into your scrapbook.

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Look - sight word

June 8th 2007 05:43
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Look sound word
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Look …

Revision: Read sentences on page 15.

1. Let’s make your very own book.
2. Read the sentences in the rectangles on pages 17, 18 and 19.
3. Colour the pictures in the correct colours.
4. In the last box you have to fill in your favourite colour and do a drawing using that colour.
5. Cut along the lines on pages 17, 18 and 19.
6. Staple the pages together to make your book.
7. Write your name on the front and number the pages in your book.
8. Read your book to your tutor (and anyone else you can find to read it to). Point to each word as you read.
9. Find the sheet of ‘colour word’ flashcards. Ask you tutor to cut them out for you, please.
10.Match each word to the correct colour word in your
book.
11.Use these flashcards frequently to practise reading the
colour words.

Note to tutor: Making a book has several positive outcomes:
a) Your child owns the book because he/she puts so much into its making.
b) Your child needs to realise that the title page is the first page or cover.
c) Discuss with your child the question, “Does the order of the pages matter, in this book?” Let your child experiment to find out.
(In this book it does not matter because the pages do not need to be in order for a story to progress. In most books, of course, the pages do have to be in a particular order to tell the story.)
d) This activity reinforces the knowledge that we read from the front of a book to the back.
e) This book introduces colour words. It is good for your child to be able to read and write the colour words. Use the flashcards regularly to help achieve this aim.
f) It is OK to take several days to complete this book. Progress will depend on how quickly your child works, and how much detail he/she wants to put into each picture. Completing a page or two each day along with a page from Phonic Pack 2 may be a good way to go. This activity needs to be enjoyed so the book will be a positive for your child.
g) Remember: praise, encouragement and patience are essential for positive learning.



Look sight word
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My

Look

Book


by

Look at the yellow duck.


Look at the green frog.

Look at the red flower.




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Look at the grey mouse.


Look at the white rabbit.


Look at the blue fish.


Look at the purple
balloons.



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Look at the brown horse.


Look at the black cat.


Look at the pink pencil.


My favourite colour is

.
Look at my

.



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I like - sight words

June 8th 2007 06:01
I like sight words
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I like….

1. This lesson introduces the word ‘like’.
2. Trace over the word ‘like’ and then print it again on the line.

like .
3. Turn to page 21.
4. Pick up a green pencil and underline the word ‘like’ in
every sentence.
5. Point to each word as you read the sentences. If you cannot read a word and you cannot sound it out, use these clues:
a) What sound does the word begin with?
b) Use the picture clue.
6. Complete the last sentence on page 21 with something you like and draw a picture of it.
7. Notice the ‘s’ on the end of the words (nouns) that tell you about ‘things’. Adding ‘s’ changes them from one thing (singular) to more than one thing (plural).
8. Glue page 21 into your scrapbook.

Note to tutor:
1. For the first couple of times your child reads the new sentences it is important for your child to point to the words. This ensures she/he is looking at the word and not just reading it off by heart.
2. Give your child plenty of time to work out what each sentence is saying, using the above clues.
3. Your child may need help to complete the last sentence on page 21. He/she may be able to sound the word onto the paper with the correct spelling, or using ‘inventive spelling’. Accept the effort if he/she is happy to do this, but if he/she asks for the correct spelling provide it.
4. Once your child has completed the sheet encourage her/him to read it to as many people as possible. This is reading practise with a purpose and will help with confidence and fluency.


Word Hunt: Look at your favourite story books and see if you can find the word ‘like’ printed there. Does the word have capital letter or not?



WOW!! How good are you!!!!!!


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Things I Like

I like rabbits.

I like frogs.

I like cakes.

I like cats.

I like dogs.

I like fish.

I like balloons.
I like clowns.

I like ice-creams.


I like .

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likes to - sight words

June 8th 2007 09:25
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likes to……

Revision: Read the sentences on page 21.

1. This lesson introduces the words ‘likes’ and ‘to’.
2. Trace over the phrase ‘likes to’ and then print it again on the line.

likes to .
3. Turn to page 23.
4. Pick up a pink pencil and underline the word ‘likes’ in every sentence.
5. Say the word as you underline it.
6. Pick up a purple pencil and underline the word ‘to’ in every sentence.
7. Say the word as you underline it.
8. Point to each word as you read the sentences. If you cannot read a word and you cannot sound it out, use these clues:
a) What sound does the word begin with?
b) Use the picture clue.

9. Trace over I like to and finish the sentence.

10. Draw a picture of yourself doing what you like.

11. Glue page 23 into your scrapbook.



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likes to …

A frog likes to jump.

A kangaroo likes to jump.

A mouse likes to run.

A boy likes to run.

A rabbit likes to hop.

A girl likes to skip.

A horse likes to trot.

A duck likes to swim.


I like to .



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likes revision page

June 8th 2007 11:42
likes revision
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Revision: Read sentences on page 23.

Here is a challenge for you.

Can you use the picture clues, and the sounds the words begin with, to help you read these sentences? Practise the sentences by yourself and then read them to your tutor.

Note to tutor: Make this a positive challenge. Check that your child is confident enough to work on the task. Give your child a few minutes to read the sentences by him/herself. With the picture clues, and looking at what the words begin with, he/she should be able to do this when given enough time, but give positive help and encouragement as needed.

A cat likes mice.

A pig likes mud.

A bee likes flowers.

A boy likes an ice-cream.

A dog likes a bone.

A grub likes a leaf.

A fish likes seaweed.

I like cake.


Glue this page into your scrapbook.
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Here is - sight words

June 8th 2007 11:55
Here is sight words
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Here is …..

Revision: Read page 24.

1. This lesson introduces the words ‘Here’ and ‘is’.
2. Trace over the phrase ‘Here is’ and then print it again on the line.

Here is .
3. Turn to page 26.
4. Pick up a brown pencil and underline the word ‘Here’ in
every sentence.
5. Pick up an orange pencil and underline the word ‘is’ in
every sentence.
6. Say each word as you underline it.
7. Point to each word as you read the sentences. If you
cannot read a word and you cannot sound it out, use
these clues:
a) What sound does the word begin with?
b) Use the picture clue.
8. Glue page 26 into your scrapbook.

Word Hunt: Look at your favourite story books and see if you can find the word ‘here’ printed there. Does the word have capital letter or not?

You’re making good progress.



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Here is ……

Here is a whip.

Here is a sheep.

Here is a truck.

Here is a teddy.

Here is a chick.

Here is a moth.

Here is a queen.

Here is a ring.

Here is a clock.






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What is little? - sight words

June 8th 2007 12:07
What is little sight words
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Revision: Read page 26

What is little?

1. This lesson introduces the word ‘little’.
2. Trace over the word ‘little’ and then print it again on the
line.

little .
3. Turn to page 28.
4. Pick up a yellow pencil and draw a fence around the word
‘little’ in every sentence.
5. Say each word as you underline it.
6. Point to each word as you read the sentences. If you
cannot read a word and you cannot sound it out, use
these clues:
a) What sound does the word begin with?
b) Use the picture clue.
7. Glue page 28 into your scrapbook.

Word Hunt: Look at your favourite story books and see if you can find the word ‘little’ printed there. Does the word have a capital letter or not?



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What is little?


Here is a little bee.


Here is a little mouse.


Here is a little ant.

Here is a little plant.


Here is a little puppy.


Here is the little dish.

Here is the little doll.


Here is the little lolly.


Here is a little bird.










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sight word revision

June 8th 2007 12:22
sight word revision
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Revision: Read the sentences on page 28
Revision page

Note to the tutor: This lesson will revise some of the words and phrases introduced during Phonic Pack 2. Give your child time to read the sentences to her/himself before she/he reads them to you. Explain to your child that this is a revision page and the sentences will not all have the same pattern, as with other sheets. How many of the words your child recognises in these sentences will give a good indication of how many words your child has added to her/his reading vocabulary. Take note of the words your child recognises and the ones he/she needs help with, and then you can revise the words which need more exposure by going back over the lesson that covered that word.

1. This is a revision page. That means you will be reading a lot of the words and phrases you have covered in the last few lessons.
2. Turn to page 30.
3. Read the sentences to yourself before you read them to your tutor. This will give you time to work out any words you do not immediately recognise. Remember, when you do not know a word
a) Try to sound it out.
b) If it is not a word you can sound out, look at the sound it begins with. This is a good clue.
c) Then look at the picture. This is another good clue.
d) With these two clues you can probably read the word.
e) If you still cannot read the word, see if you can find it on one of your scrapbook pages.
f) Your tutor will gladly help you, but try to work it out by yourself before you ask for help.

4. After practising the sentences, read them as fluently as
you can to your tutor, and then glue page 30 into your
scrapbook.

Well done!!!!!!!! You can read so many words now!!!!!!

You’re a star!!!!!!!!!

Print your name in this star
and colour it in your favourite colour.

I can read




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Look at the big, grey elephant.
I can see a big, yellow camel.

I like the big, red robot.
We can see the big, blue helicopter.

I am a funny clown.
See the orange flowers in the bunch?

Can you see the purple plum?

Here is a little, green twig.



sight word revision
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Revision: Read the sentences on page 30

****** Challenge Page ******
Note to tutor: Make sure page 30 is out of sight. This lesson will use the words from last lesson but will not have the picture clues. Your child will need to know how to read the word or use other strategies to work it out. Give your child plenty of time to practise the sentences. Encourage and give help if needed. It is OK if he/she wants to use page 30 to help find a word but note the words your child needs more exposure to until he/she can read the words confidently. Use the sheets in the scrapbook for constant revision.

1. Read the sentences on page 32. The challenge is they do not have the picture clues next to them. Practise them first, and then read them, as fluently as you can, to your tutor.
2. Glue page 32 into your scrap book.
3. Carefully cut out the rectangles, on this page, which have pictures in them.
4. Match each picture to its correct sentence on page 32.
5. Ask your tutor to check them before you glue them in to place.
6. When you have them correct, glue them in to place.
7. Read the sentences to your tutor.

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I can see a big, yellow camel.

Here is a little green twig.

We can see the big, blue helicopter.

See the orange flowers in the bunch.

Look at the big, grey elephant.

I am a funny clown.

I like the big, red robot.

Can you see the purple plum?

*******Congratulations****** Well read*******



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this - sight word

June 8th 2007 12:39
This sight word
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What is this?

Revision: Read the sentences on page 32


1. This lesson introduces the word ‘This’.
2. Trace over the word ‘This’ with a capital letter and ‘this’ without a capital letter, then print them again on the line.

This this .
3. Turn to page 34.
4. Pick up a black pencil and underline the word ‘This’ or
‘this’ in every sentence.
5. Say each word as you underline it.
6. Point to each word as you read the sentences. If you
cannot read a word and you cannot sound it out, use
these clues:
a) What sound does the word begin with?
b) Use the picture clue.
7. Glue page 34 into your scrapbook.

Word Hunt: Look in your favourite story books and see if you can find the word ‘this’ printed there. Does the word have a capital letter or not?

You are cruising!! Keep it up!!



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This is a spot.

This is a drum.

This is a brick.

This is the pram.

This is the wheel.

See this gull.

I can see this cross.

Can you see a crab?









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has - sight word

June 8th 2007 12:48
has sight word
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What has legs?

Revision: Read the sentences on page 34


1. This lesson introduces the word ‘has’.
2. Trace over the word ‘Has’ with a capital letter and the word ‘has’ without a capital letter, then print them again on the line.

Has has .
3. Turn to page 36.
4. Pick up a blue pencil and underline the word ‘Has’ or
‘has’ in every sentence.
5. Say each word as you underline it.
6. Point to each word as you read the sentences. If you
cannot read a word and you cannot sound it out, use
these clues:
a) What sound does the word begin with?
b) Use the picture clue.
7. Glue page 36 into your scrapbook.

Word Hunt: Look in your favourite story books and see if you can find the word ‘has’ printed there. Does the word have a capital letter or not?

What a clever cookie you are!!!!



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What has legs?

A bird has legs.

A mouse has legs.

A duck has legs.

A dog has legs.

Write yes or no to answer these questions.

Has a moth got legs?

Has a tree got legs?

Has a fish got legs?

Has a horse got legs?
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What has wheels? - sight words

June 8th 2007 12:57
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Revision: Read the sentences on page 36

What has wheels?

1. This lesson is a comprehension exercise and
consolidates the word ‘wheels’.
2. Trace over the word ‘wheels’ then print it again on the
line.

wheels .
3. Turn to page 38.
4. Pick up an orange pencil and draw a fence around the
word ‘wheels’ in every sentence.
5. Say each word as you underline it.
6. Point to each word as you read the sentences. If you
cannot read a word and you cannot sound it out, use
these clues:
a) What sound does the word begin with?
b) Use the picture clue.
7. Answer the questions by printing ‘yes’ or ‘no’ on the
line.
8. Ask your tutor to check your answers.
9. Read the questions to your tutor.
10. Glue page 38 into your scrapbook.



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What has wheels?

Has the van got wheels?

Has this pram got wheels?

Has a seal got wheels?

Has a dinosaur got wheels?

Has a bus got wheels?

Has a truck got wheels?

Has the sun got wheels?

Has this train engine got wheels?















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Revision: Read the questions on page 38

said

Note to tutor: This lesson introduces the word ‘said’. This necessarily introduces your child to quotation (or speech) marks. Some children pick this concept up quickly and others need to have it explained several times before understanding how/when quotation marks are used. During this lesson explain what quotation marks are and when they are used. They begin with two “little ‘sixes’, which hang from the top writing line, and end with two” little ‘nines’, which also hang from the top writing line. Quotation marks occur at the beginning and the end of what is being said. Only what is said is in the quotation marks. The rest of the writing explains who/what is speaking. Try and get your child to be able to understand what is being said – what is it that the person/animal/ thing is actually speaking. Consider the following:

“We will go to the zoo,” said Mum.

What is it that Mum is actually saying? (We will go to the zoo) So, We will go to the zoo, are the words that have the quotation marks at the beginning and end of them. Notice, in this sentence, a comma comes at the end of the speech, just before the quotation marks.

Encourage your child to tell you what is being said in these sentences. Read the sentences one at a time and ask your child to tell you what is actually being spoken.
Then show him/her where the quotation marks are.

“I can see the moon,” said Jan.

“The puppy is in his basket,” said Bob.

“The duck is on the pond,” said Dad.

“Here comes a train,” said the horse to the dog.

“I am going to hide,” said the mouse.

Be patient – if your child doesn’t understand during this lesson, use every opportunity in the future to consolidate.



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said

1. This lesson introduces the word ‘said’.
2. Trace over the word ‘said’, and then print it again on the line.

said .
3. Turn to page 41.
4. Pick up a red pencil and trace around the word ‘said’ in every sentence.
5. Say each word as you trace around it.
6. Pick up a blue pencil. Trace over the quotation marks,
one sentence at a time. Underline the words which are in
between the quotation marks. Read what you have just
underlined. This is what is being said.
7. Pick up a purple pencil. Underline the rest of the
sentence. This tells you who/what is speaking. Read what
you have just underlined.
8. Point to each word as you read the sentences. If you
cannot read a word and you cannot sound it out, use
these clues:
a) What sound does the word begin with?
b) Use the picture clue.

and here is another clue (strategy) you can use
c) Use the sense of the sentence.

9. Glue page 41 into your scrapbook.
----------------------------- ----------------------------- --

10. Turn to page 42.
11. Pick up a black pencil.
12. Study each sentence, with your tutor, and decide
where to put quotation marks.
Remember: The quotation marks go at the
beginning and end of what is being said.
13. Read the sentences to your tutor.
14. Glue page 42 into your scrapbook.


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said

“I will sit on my nest,” said the bird.

“I will swim in this pond,” said the little duck.

“Do you like my ball?” said the seal.

“I have a red hat,” said the funny clown.

“I have 2 humps,” said the camel.

“Look at my tail,” said the little mouse.

“I like my gold crown,” said the queen.


“I can jump,” said the frog.



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Putting in quotation marks.

I can spin, said the top.

I can ring, ding, dong, said the bell.


Look at my blue bow, said the teddy bear.

See me run, said the boy.

Look at my wings, said the bee.

I can go, cheep, cheep, said the chick.

I am brown, said the horse.



(How hard was that!!!!!!!!!!!!!!)


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my - sight word

June 10th 2007 06:48
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Revision: Read pages 41 and 42

My and my

1. This lesson introduces the word ‘my’.
2. Trace over the word ‘My’ with a capital letter and the
word ‘my’ without a capital letter, then print them again
on the line.

My my .
3. Turn to page 44.
4. Pick up a green pencil and trace around the word ‘My’ or
‘my’ in every sentence.
5. Say each word as you underline it.
6. Point to each word as you read the sentences. If you
cannot read a word and you cannot sound it out, use
these clues:
a) What sound does the word begin with?
b) Use the picture clue.
c) Use the sense of the sentence.

7. Glue page 44 into your scrapbook.

Word Hunt: Look in your favourite story books and see if you can find the word ‘my’ printed there. Does the word have a capital letter or not?



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My and my

1. This is my name. Write your name on the line.



2. My hair is . Write the colour of your hair.

3. This is my best toy.
Draw a picture of your favourite toy. Write a sentence about it on the lines. Remember: a sentence begins with a capital letter and ends with a full stop.

4. I am sleeping on my bed.
Draw a picture of you sleeping on your bed.

5. My eyes are .Write the colour of your eyes.



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June 10th 2007 06:56
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Revision: Read the sentences on page 44

Come

1. This lesson introduces the word ‘come’.
2. Trace over the word ‘Come’ with a capital letter and the
word ‘come’ without a capital letter, then print them
again on the line.

Come come .
3. Turn to page 46.
4. Pick up a yellow pencil and trace around the word ‘Come’
or ‘come’ in every sentence.
5. Say each word as you underline it.
6. Point to each word as you read the sentences. If you
cannot read a word and you cannot sound it out, use
these clues:
a) What sound does the word begin with?
b) Use the picture clue.
c) Use the sense of the sentence.

7. Glue page 46 into your scrapbook.

Word Hunt: Look in your favourite story books and see if you can find the word ‘come’ printed there. Does the word have a capital letter or not?
You are making fantastic progress.


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come

1. “Come with me,” said the girl to the boy.

2. “I will come with you,” said the boy to the girl.



3. “Come with us,” said the boy to the tortoise.

4. “I will come with you,” said the tortoise to the boy.



5. “Come with us,” said the tortoise to the mouse.

6. “I will come with you,” said the mouse.

7. Where do you think they are all going?
Print your answer on the lines.







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