Today we are learning about vowels and consonants. As you know, there are 26 letters in the alphabet. 5 of those letters are called vowels. The vowel letters are a e i o u. The other 21 letters are called consonants. The consonants are b c d f g h j k l m n p q r s t v w x y z.
Listen to the vowel song and try to remember which letters are vowels! When you have finished Monday's activities, make a vowel poster to help remember the vowels!
Now we will practise reading CVCC words. These are words that contain a consonant, a vowel, a consonant and another consonant. Watch the video and join in. You will see there is a vowel in every word!
Now practise reading the CCVC words. Those are words with a consonant, consonant, vowel, consonant. Can you name the vowel in each word?
Bubbles Sentence Game!Click on the link. Click on Easy. Click on Verbs 1. Click on the bubbles to make sentences!
Now you can make your vowel poster! Remember the vowels are a e i o u!
Tuesday 9th June 2020
For the rest of the week we will learn about the Split Digraph. Watch the video to find out about this. Whilst you are watching, make a list of the a_e words, such as cake, tape, crane, made, came. Then say and write those words with the split digraph a_e in a sentence. Apart from the a_e words in the video do you know any other a_e words?
Wednesday 10th June 2020
Watch the video again. This time write down the e_e words. Think of and then write sentences for the first three e_e words (the ones with pictures). That's athlete, Steve and trapeze!
Listen to the story. Follow the words.Then answer the questions in your book:
On page 2, why did Fox hop onto the box? What was Fox as tall as? Why did Fox want to get on the wall? Who pulled Fox into the water? Where does honey come from? How many pies are there? At the end of the story, what did Fox see in the box? How do you think he felt at the end of the story? Why?
Thursday 11th June 2020
Watch the video again. This time write down all the i_e words. There are 8 words. Think of and write sentences for the first three i_e words (the ones with pictures). That's slide, five and kite.
Think back to before half-term. Today we will practise writing longer sentences using the words and, but, because, when, and if. Click on the document to find out what to do!
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