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What sounds and Tricky words have we covered this week?

Each week we will record the sounds and tricky words we have revised or introduced. 

Week Beginning Sounds Covered Tricky Words Covered
w/b  5th Jan a-e, e-e, i-e, o-e, u-e what, when, were, there
w/b 11th Jan 'ai and ay'  'oi and oy'  'ue/ew/u_e/oo' what, when, were, there
w/b 18th Jan 'au, aw, or'  'y at the end sounding like ee' 'ph' Mrs, Mrs, all, called, looked
w/b 25h Jan the suffix 'ed'    compound words   'wh'  looked, asked, our, are
w/b 1st Feb 'igh, ie, i_e'    'oa, ow, o_e' our, are, people
w/b 8th Feb Revision of all sounds covered this term there, here, school, friend
w/b 22nd Feb What can the children remember from last term? put, push, pull, full
w/b 1st March plural words -   's'   'es'  little, house, ask
w/b 8th March 'wh'  'ph'   compound words could, where, there, were

 

Single Letter Sounds

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Listen to Miss Bailey say the sound and do the action. You copy her after each one.
(Try to copy Miss Bailey exactly - make sure you say the pure sound)

Phase 3 Diagraphs (two letters making one sound) and Trigraphs (three letters making one sound)

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Listen to Miss Bailey say the sound and do the action. You copy her after each one.
(Try to copy her exactly - always say the pure sound)

Phase 5 Diagraphs and Trigraphs

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Copy Miss Bailey exactly - Say the sound and rhyme and then copy the action.
Phase 5 sounds are really tricky as they either look same as other sounds but sounds different (eg. ow (as in 'cow') and ow (as in 'snow') . Or they look different but sound the same (eg. ai (as in 'rain') and ay (as in 'play').
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