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St Joseph's Catholic

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Interactive phonics games - lots of free phonics games on: Phonics play, Phonics bloom, ICT games and Topmarks.



Reception – This week we are continuing with phase 5, like last week, if you feel your child is not ready please do concentrate on phase 3 or 4. Refer back to previous weeks for the learning. Please recap split digraphs a_e, e_e and i_e. New tricky word – made.

Year 1 – Reading – Adult please encourage your child to read sentences/questions aloud. Ext – write them too (dictation).

She likes the new cakes her mum bakes.

Kate came first in the class and had a prize.

Pete was afraid he might miss his ice cream.

Baljeet is going to take that awful blue skirt.  



Reception – Intro split o_e digraph then follow video clip - tricky word – came. Ext – practise the year 1 spellings.

Year 1 – The rest of the week will be a recap of spelling tricky words:

Phase 2 – the, to, I, no, go, into, put. Ext – Write them in sentences.


Wednesday – Recap yesterday’s digraph then introduce split u_e digraph. Play interactive ‘Odd & Bob’ game, make sure to click on split u_e digraph whe setting up. Ensure your child reads each word aloud first before placing it.   New tricky word – make. Ext – practise year 1 spellings.

Year 1 – Phase 3 tricky words: he, she, we, me, be, was. Ext – Write them in sentences.



Reception – Recap all of phase 5. New tricky word – here. Ext – practise year 1 spellings.

Year 1 – Phase 3 tricky words: you, they, all, are, my, her. . Ext – Write them in sentences.


Friday: Spellings and handwriting – Click on icon labelled other for handwriting, or feel free to use the pen pal sheets you have. For spellings please do also revise any previous ones that your child has been unsure of.

Reception – put, oh, their, people, Mr (please tell your child that Mr always begins with a capital M).

Year 1 – school, think, home, who, didn’t.