Day 1 of your home learning pack
Was your child able to blend the four daily words today? Your child could use their ‘phoneme fingers’ (see video) to help them when reading words. A phoneme is a unit of sound. So when sounding out words with digraphs/trigraphs those 2/3 letters is one unit of sound. For example; chip is sounded out as ch/i/p – using 3 fingers.
What objects did you use when finding one less? Was your child able to predict without counting?
We loved this photo on pobble365. We think the mischievous splodges might be something to do with this crash! Perhaps Wiz and the Writing Warriors can save the day?
Did your child have a favourite picture? Did your child make up their own story? Let us know via email. With each photo there are story starters and questions to help encourage your child’s imagination.
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