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Monday 1st February

Phonics - Phase 3 Letters and Sounds


Objective: To practise reading, writing and applying the Phase 3 sound 'igh'.


Please click on the link below for your lesson. You will need paper and a pencil or whiteboard and pen.

Now have a look at the games on the Phonics Play website. Information about this is on the previous page - Phonics Play star.

Username name: jan21, P/W: home


  • Please look at Phase 3 games. 
  • Please choose the Phase 3 sound that you have just learnt when loading a game.
  • Also please practise Phase 3 High Frequency Words by playing 'Tricky Trucks'. 
  • As an extension have a go at writing some of the sounds, words and sentences that you have read from the games.


Phonics extension


- We are revising some phonemes.

- Practise GPCs s, a, t, p, i, n, m, d, g, o, c, k, ck, e, u, r, h, b, f, f, l, ll, ss, j, v, w, x, y, z, qu, sh, ch, th, ng, ai, ee, igh, oa, oo, ar, or, ur, ow, oi, ear, air, ure, er

- Sing the alphabet song – point to letters as you sing

- Recap 2 phonemes that you have found tricky

- Play Sentence Substitution. You can hear a goat – toad – song – see – coin. They might meet in the town – market – summer –we – fish. The shop is on the corner – church – right – shark – boat.

e.g. You can hear a goat.

You can hear a toad.

You can hear a song.

You can see a song.

You can see a coin.

Literacy - Recount


Objective: To write a recycled recount (Part 2)


In this lesson we will write a recount in role as the Baby Bear's chair.

Please click on the link below for your lesson. Then click on the start lesson button. 

Mathematics - Shape and Pattern


Objective: Sorting 2D shapes


In this lesson, we will introduce the names and properties of some simple 2D shapes. We will use those properties to sort the shapes. During your daily exercise go on a 2D shape walk and spot shapes in the environment. Which 2D shapes can you spot inside your home?

Please click on the link below to start the lesson.

Understanding the World - Looking after our oceans


Objective: To persuade people to stop polluting the oceans


In today’s lesson, we join Mrs Garrard to learn some small changes that we can make that will help combat ocean pollution. We will look at some of the effects that ocean pollution has on the oceans' inhabitants. Finally, we will create a plastic bag jellyfish to demonstrate just how easily plastic bags can be mistaken for jellyfish. You will need a clear plastic bottle, plastic bag, scissors, elastic band and blue food colouring.

Please click on the link below to start the lesson.


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