The children have been applying their phonics skills in practise, to answer some silly questions!
The Ducklings are enjoying the Handa's Surprise story. Some of them know it so well that they have been able to draw and label their own 'maps' of what happens throughout the story.
In phonics this week we are reading ccvc and cvcc words (words beginning or ending in two consonants.) Some of us have been playing a game on the Clever touch board, blending the sounds together to read the words.
Playing games each day with our phonic skills helps us to become confident readers!
We have been showing off our phonic skills by reading lots of sentences and questions with all of the different phonemes in!
Doves are investigative readers because they search for clues in the text. They also make predictions and search for the meaning of words they don't know by looking them up in a dictionary.
Retelling this familiar story, using vocabulary and language from the book! Using super expression in their reading! Ask them to tell you the story!
This week the Robins have had lots of fun reading and learning about No-Bot by Sue Hendra.
As part of our Robots and fantasy story topic we have been reading about the adventures of Bernard the Robot.
All of the children have been busy discussing the main characters, retelling the story…
Please look at the photographs showing what we have been doing this week and leave your comments! We have impressed Mrs Claydon with our work on data handling: we sorted information given to us; we collected our own information and presented it in tally charts/tables; we sorted presents for Father…
We are getting more confident at blending sounds together to help us read words
In kestrels we are Outdoor Readers.
We love to read and share stories in the great outddoors. Here are some pictures of us sharing our own stories with our talk partners.
We are doing really well at learning to read, write and make the tricky words I, no, go, to, the and into.