Thursday 9th July
Phonics: Now that we have looked at using the correct spellings in our phonics words, there is another set of words that must be spelt using the correct spelling, and they are our common exception words. We have looked at these since the start of Year One, and they are words that we cannot always use phonics for! Hence why their nickname is tricky words.
Today's word is school. If you were in Reception, you might have spelt this word /scool/. The /ch/ is making a /c/ sound. Have a go at the activity below, and maybe ask a grown up to read you the sentences in the blue boxes for you to write down. If you spell the word do correctly, give yourself a green!
Literacy: Today, you are going to write a poem using your senses, or rather pretend to be the Robot and think about his senses! What can he see? What can he hear? What can he smell? What does he feel?
You could start your sentences like this
I can see..
I can hear...
I can smell...
Try and use really good adjectives in your sentences!