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"Together We Succeed"

Ashley Hill MAT

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Ashley Hill

Multi Academy Trust

Year 1

Adults in Year One

Class Teacher- Mrs Richards

Teaching assistant - Miss Wescott

 

If you have any questions that can't be answered from the information below, please contact  Mrs Richards on the below email address. 

jrichards@ashleyhill.org 

Emails will be checked on school days and will be replied to within 24hrs. Stay safe everyone.

 

 

Our Christian value this term is forgiveness

 

 

 

Here is our curriculum map that shows all of the things we will be learning about this term!

 

Epic - Books for Kids (getepic.com) 

 

If you would like to use Epic to access lots of free reading books here is our class code that you will need.

 

Class code: qyl3398

Week beginning 29th March

 

Well I hope you have all had a lovely relaxing weekend. We've made it to the last week of term and I'm really hoping and looking forward to seeing you all on Tuesday (hopefully!). As always you have all been amazing last week and I have really enjoyed our daily morning zooms to set us up for the day. Thank you so much for all of the birthday messages and I loved my surprise on Friday's zoom! This week we're going to end the term with a Easter vibe. 

 

Please remember to send your poems to me by midday. The winners will be announced on Tuesday!

 

Please send the Easter messages into school on Tuesday so that we can complete our Easter porject.

Wednesday 31st March

Good morning everyone I hope you're all coping at home. We're all missing you in class and can't wait to see you after the holidays. A big get well soon to anyone unwell at the moment and we're all thinking of you heart.

 

Here are a few more resources to keep you going!

 

Maths

Still going on the Easter theme here are some Easter challenges for you to complete.

English

Here's another story for you to enjoy and some activties based on the story. Unfortunately I've had to make the story into a youtube link as it was too big to put on the website. You may need to pause the video to read each of the slides.

 

The Easter Journal Story - YouTube

Phonics

 

Please use the links already on the webiste to practise one of the sounds you find more difficult. 

 

Guided reading

 

Here are some new links that you can use.

 

Blending 

blending green words 1 3 - YouTube

Red

Red 5 a dog and a log - YouTube 

Green

Year 1green set 1 story 1 on the bus - YouTube 

Blue 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oTBchRyX2T0&feature=youtu.be  

 

Afternoon activities

With it coming up to Eatser I thought some Easter ideas and crafts might be just the ticket! Don't forget to get outside and enjoy this lovely weather at the moment too!

 

Tuesday 30th March

Good morning to all of my lovely children still at home. Here are your tasks for today. Remember to keep smiling!

 

Collective workship:

 

Today I would like you to practise some of our favourite songs.

Our God is a Great Big God - YouTube

My Lighthouse - Rend Collective - Lyrics - YouTube

Sing Hosanna - He’s Got The Whole World In His Hands | Bible Songs for Kids - YouTube 

some of these we haven't doen for a while!

 

Maths

Keep going with learning to count in 2's, 5's, 10's 

Here are the videos we have been using.

Count by 2 | Dancing 2's | Skip Counting by 2 | Count to 100 | Educational Songs | Jack Hartmann - YouTube

Count by 5's | Exercise and Count By 5 | Count to 100 | Counting Songs | Jack Hartmann - YouTube

Count Together by 10's | Counting Workout for Kids | Jack Hartmann Counting by 10s - YouTube

 

Today I have a little Maths booklet fro you to complete. Inside teh booklet you will practice all of the skills we have learnt this term. Don't worry if you don't finish it today as you can continue with it tomorrow.

 

English

Share this lovely Easter story. The Easter Bunny would like to thank all of the animals who helped to get ready for Easter but he doesn't know how to write! Your task today is to write a thank you letter to the animals from the Easter Bunny. You will see on the sheet there are some helpful words that could help you with the task. Remember to use your sound mat and try really hard to sound out all of your words.  

Phonics and Guided Reading

Phonics

Please use the suggested websites to practice a sound you know you are finding tricky. Don’t forget you also have reading eggs you can use and there are phonic games on there you may like to complete.

Phase 3 phonics - KS1 English - BBC Bitesize

Phonics Games - Google Slides

PhonicsPlay (this resource is free until the Easter holidays if you use the code on the welcome page

Guided Reading

Guided reading will be the same for Tuesday so please use the following links.

Blending:

Blending Book 3 - YouTube

Red Ditty:

Red 4 a hat - YouTube

Green:

green book 4 the spell - YouTube

Pink:

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RaZqCxQ_SYk      

Orange:

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W3Pdo28NAFE

Yellow:

 Robin Hood story 5 

Blue:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pyeowcSZCos&feature=youtu.be 

Easter Craft 

I thought you could get crafty this afternoon and make a Easter basket. This activity involves weaving a basket from paper and designing some beautiful eggs to into your basket. See if you can make a pattern on your eggs. You can always use the internet to research Easter egg designs before you start.

Get Active

Since today is going to be so nice go for a lovely walk to enjoy the sunshine. If you see anymore signs of spring don't forget to take some photos and send them to me!

 

Well-being 

Complete another activity from the grid I posted yesterday.

Monday 29th March

Class worship

Today’s assembly will be with Rev Steve discussing why Easter is so important to Christians. Click on the link below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=etBToiKgD-w

Maths

Starter

Please practise counting in 2's, 5's and 10's

 

Today we’re going to continue looking at length. I would like you to complete the following work.

Part 1:

Lesson: Comparing Lengths Indirectly | Nagwa

Lesson Worksheet:Comparing Lengths Indirectly | Nagwa

Part 2:

Lesson: Centimeters | Nagwa

Lesson Worksheet:Centimeters | Nagwa

 

English

Today I would like you to design and write a postcard to someone you are missing very much at the moment. Think carefully about what you would like to say to them and remind them about how you feel about them. Your challenge is to see if you can include some powerful adjectives and a sentence that uses a conjunction (and or because). You will find this task in your to do folder in purple mash.

Once you have written your message use the green arrow at the bottom to turn the postcard round so that you can draw a lovely Easter picture. Explore the tools to help you to make your picture.

Remember to spend your time on this task to produce the best piece of work you can.

If you have already attempted this piece of work you may want revisit it and edit your message or change where you have done your picture.

Here is a short video that explains what a postcard is and the different parts of it too.

What is a Postcard? - YouTube

 

 

Phonics and Guided Reading

Phonics

Please use the suggested websites to practice a sound you know you are finding tricky. Don’t forget you also have reading eggs you can use and there are phonic games on there you may like to complete.

Phase 3 phonics - KS1 English - BBC Bitesize

Phonics Games - Google Slides

PhonicsPlay (this resource is free until the Easter holidays if you use the code on the welcome page

Guided Reading

Guided reading will be the same for Tuesday so please use the following links.

Blending:

Blending Book 3 - YouTube

Red Ditty:

Red 4 a hat - YouTube

Green:

green book 4 the spell - YouTube

Pink:

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RaZqCxQ_SYk      

Orange:

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W3Pdo28NAFE

Yellow:

 Robin Hood story 5 

Blue:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pyeowcSZCos&feature=youtu.be

 

Computing

You should have received a log in yesterday for the coding website we are going to use. Please complete no more than 2 sessions each day as your directed task. The children should be able to complete the tasks fairly independently but may need some support when they get to session 6. This computing task should take the children to the end of the week to complete.

There are 12 sessions in total which should last us until we are back in school next week.

If you have completed the above work you will find a new coding challenge in your to do folder in Purple Mash.

Get Active

Today I would like you to have some fun completing this Easter themed Fitness bingo. If the weather is nice try to do it outside and enjoy the fresh air!

Well being

This week we’re going to think about positivity. Each day choose one of the activities to complete from the grid. I wonder what you will choose to do each day! Have fun with this activity and try to go for a different type of activity each day.

Week Beginning 22nd March

 

I'm so proud of how well the children have done since coming back to school. It's been wonderful seeing them getting back into the routine of school and making those connections again with their peers. It is so unfortunate that we are now having to go back to remote learning this week. I know the children will make the adjustment quickly and will try hard to complete their learning at home once more. 

 

The remote learning will be set on this page as we have previously done and if you have any questions please email me and I will do my best to support you. I will send you a link for a class zoom meeting tomorrow so that we can still interact together.

 

Please remember to practise a poem ready for Friday too!

 

Morning starter

Please use the following power point as a nice starter to each day. There is a slide for each day so this will be used for the whole week.


 

Friday 26th March

 

Lets begin witha quick zoom and a bit of a boogie!

 

Spelling Test 

Please log into Purple Mash to complete this weeks spelling test. You will find it in your to do folder. 

 

Maths Quiz 

Please log into Purple Mash to complete some number bond activties. You will find these in your to do folder

 

Wellbeing and mindfulness

One of the things we have started to do in school is think about how we can help ourselves to reach a happy calm place especially when things are not going our way. We have been completing Rainbow breathing at the end of our Wellbeng activity at school so I thought we could end our week with the same. The other thng we have tried is some yoga so I thought you can have a go at home. The links you need can be found below.

 

Rainbow Breath - Flow | GoNoodle - YouTube

 

Spring & Easter Yoga For Kids 💐🐰 Yoga Club (Week 30) | Cosmic Kids - YouTube (you need to skip te first 5 minutes as she is talking for a while!)

 

P4C and RE

 

Since our return to school we have been looking at caring friendships. Each week we have been looking at a different aspect of friends and what to do in different situations. This week we will be thinking about if a friendship is a healthy and how to get help if you are uncomfortable about a friendship. 

 

Part 1:

Read the story together. The children know the characters well as they have appeared each week in the stories we have done in class. Once you have read the story think about the following quetions:

  • How is Ravi feeling? Why?
  • How does Amy feel? Why?
  • Why is Bella being so unkind?
  • What should Amy do? Why?
  • Is this a healthy friendship? Why?

Talk about how the story shows what happens when a friendship is unhealthy. Bella is trying to take Amy away from Rani. Begin to unpack what is happening with the children. However, Amy is uncomfortable, she knows what Bella is doing is wrong but she doesn’t know how to get out of the situation.

 

Part 2:

  • If you could ask each character a question what would it be? Write your question into a speech bubble. Try to think of a question to ask each of the characters in the story.
  • Explain what Bella did wrong, why she might have done that and how Amy was put in a difficult position and needed to find some help.

  • Also explain to the children that sometimes their friendships can make them feel uncomfortable. They might be asked to do something they know is wrong and if they must go against what they think is right then the friendship is not healthy, and they need to seek help.

  • Explain that children can talk to trusted adults (e.g. parents and carers, teachers or teaching assistants) if they need help in sorting out friendship issues.

  • Explain that frightening other people or trying to make them do something they do not want to do, is never right. We should never be unkind to other children because they look different or behave in a different way from us. If you are being made to feel unhappy, you should tell an adult whom you trust.

 

Part 3:

  • Explain that Christians believe that Jesus told stories to help them to know how to be a good friend and neighbour to all. Today we're going to look at the story of how Jesus choose his diciples. 
  • Share these two links with your child

 

      Jesus Finds His Disciples (Story) - Kids Korner - BibleWise

      The story of Jesus' disciples, Peter and Andrew (animation) - KS1 Religious Education - BBC Bitesize 

  • Discuss what a disciple is and how it is like a friend. Talk about how Jesus chose the different men that he wanted to be his disciples. Think about how Jesus felt when Peter did not believe him and did not want to put the nets out. Why do think Jesus still chose him to be a disciple?

  • Why did Jesus choose everyday people to be his disciples and not people with important jobs?

  • Were his disciples always loyal to him? How do you think this made Jesus feel?

 

Eisteddfod

As per the letter that went out yesterday don't forget to send in a video of your performance of your poem to myself by Monday lunchtime. I got my first entry today and I was rather impressed! Remember we will be considering the following things when looking at the entries:

  • expression
  • gestures
  • volume
  • memory

The poems can be found further down on this page. 

Good and luck and enjoy the experience!

English

Today I would like you to finish your Easter message if you haven’t from yesterday. Once you have finished spend some time checking for the following things:

  • Capital letters

 – don’t forget names and Easter also need capital letters

  • Full stops

​​​​​​​         - make sure they’re not footballs but big enough to see!

  • Used and or because within your sentences

 – remember when using add you only join 2 sentences together.

  • Makes sense

           - Read your work carefully to make sure it makes sense. Check you haven’t missed any words out and that 

             words are in the correct order.

  • Used phonic knowledge

   - Check that you have spelt words phonetically using your phonic knowledge. Tricky words should be spelt 

     correctly so these may need to be practised and put right.

​​​​​​​

Once you have made any changes needed please spend time writing up your message onto the provided template. Spend time on this task so that you produce a piece of work you are proud of. Presentation will be important especially handwriting!

Phonics and Guided Reading

Please use the links posted yesterday to complete the same book for fluency.

 

Phonics

Please use the suggested websites to practice a sound you know you are finding tricky. Don’t forget you also have reading eggs you can use and there are phonic games on there you may like to complete.

Phase 3 phonics - KS1 English - BBC Bitesize

Phonics Games - Google Slides

PhonicsPlay (this resource is free until the Easter holidays if you use the code on the welcome page

 

Computing

You should have received a log in yesterday for the coding website we are going to use. Please complete no more than 2 sessions each day as your directed task. The children should be able to complete the tasks fairly independently but may need some support when they get to session 6. This computing task should take the children to the end of the week to complete.

There are 12 sessions in total which should last us until we are back in school next week.

 

Well being

Today I would like you to have a go at this activity.

world_made_a_rainbow_activity_pack_4.jpg (4133×5846) (michellerobinson.co.uk)

 

Get Active

Today I thought we could complete a work out with Joe wicks. Here is a 5 minute activity you can do. Then you could complete a full work out to raise those heart beats!

5 Minute Move | Kids Workout 1 | The Body Coach TV - YouTube

Active 8 Minute Workout Featuring Alfie | The Body Coach TV - YouTube

Wednesday 24th March

Maths

Starter:

Count Together by 10's | Counting Workout for Kids | Jack Hartmann Counting by 10s - YouTube

Count by 5's | Exercise and Count By 5 | Count to 100 | Counting Songs | Jack Hartmann - YouTube

Count by 2 | Dancing 2's | Skip Counting by 2 | Count to 100 | Educational Songs | Jack Hartmann - YouTube

 

Today we’re going to start looking at length. I would like you to complete the following work.

Part 1:

Spr1.8.1 - Compare lengths activity on Vimeo

Spr1.8.2 - Compare heights activity on Vimeo

Spr1.8.3 - Compare lengths and heights on Vimeo

Y1-Spring-Block-3-WO1-Compare-lengths-and-heights-2019.pdf (whiterosemaths.com)

Part 2:

Spr1.8.4 - Measure length activity on Vimeo

Spr1.8.5 - Measure length on Vimeo

Y1-Spring-Block-3-WO2-Measure-length-1-2019.pdf (whiterosemaths.com)

English

Today we are going to use the ideas you came up yesterday to plan and write our Easter message ready to write up tomorrow. Remember throughout the planning and writing today please use your sound mats (attached with todays resources) to help you with this task.

Remember do what you can but don’t worry if you don’t finish as we have tomorrow to finish and to write it up in neat.

Phonics and Guided Reading

Phonics

Please use the suggested websites to practice a sound you know you are finding tricky. Don’t forget you also have reading eggs you can use and there are phonic games on there you may like to complete.

Phase 3 phonics - KS1 English - BBC Bitesize

Phonics Games - Google Slides

PhonicsPlay (this resource is free until the Easter holidays if you use the code on the welcome page

 

Guided Reading

Guided reading will be the same for Thursday so please use the following links.

Blending:

Blending Book 2 - YouTube

Red Ditty:

Red 3 sit - YouTube

Green:

green book 3 six fish - YouTube

Pink:

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NtEni3Xkg1w   

Orange:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H_qbMUu0hk0

Yellow:

 The gingerbread man story 4 

Blue:

RWI Blue Story 3 Hairy Fairy Day 1 - YouTube

 

Computing

You should have received a log in yesterday for the coding website we are going to use. Please complete no more than 2 sessions each day as your directed task. The children should be able to complete the tasks fairly independently but may need some support when they get to session 6. This computing task should take the children to the end of the week to complete.

There are 12 sessions in total which should last us until we are back in school next week.

 

Get Active

Today I would like you to have some fun completing this Easter themed Fitness station. If the weather is nice try to do it outside and enjoy the fresh air!

 

 

Well being

Today I would like you to have a go at this activity.

world_made_a_rainbow_activity_pack_2.jpg (4133×5846) (michellerobinson.co.uk)

Maths:

Number Bonds

Please help your child to practise their number bonds to 10 and 20 (ways to make 10 and 20). These facts should be quick recall facts so that the children can use these facts to help them when working with larger numbers.  

Spring1.2.5 - Find and make number bonds on Vimeo

Y1-Spring-Block-1-WO2-Find-and-make-number-bonds-2019.pdf (whiterosemaths.com)

Spring1.2.3 - Add ones using number bonds on Vimeo

I Know My Number Bonds 10 | Number Bonds to 10 | Addition Song for Kids | Jack Hartmann - YouTube 

Number bonds to 10 and 20 - Year 2 - P3 - Maths - Home Learning with BBC Bitesize - BBC Bitesize 

Tuesday 23rd March 

If your child found the number bonds work set yesterday tricky or you feel your child would benefit from more practise please keep practising them using the resources set yesterday. The game is a lovely way for them to practise in a fun way.

For those children ready to move on today I would like you to practise using your number bonds. Please use the following resources.

Part 1

Spring1.2.4 - Add ones using number bonds on Vimeo

Y1-Spring-Block-1-WO-Add-ones-using-number-bonds-2020.pdf (whiterosemaths.com)

Part 2

Please practise your numebr bonds to 20 using this game. Remember this should be a quick recall of number facts during this game

Hit the Button - Quick fire maths practice for 5-11 year olds (topmarks.co.uk) 

Part 3

Complete some worded problems that are based on number bonds. Don't forget to write down the number sentence that you are being asked to complete.

Maths resources for Tuesday 23rd

Phonics

Phase 3 phonics - KS1 English - BBC Bitesize

Phonics Games - Google Slides

PhonicsPlay (this resource is free until the Easter holidays if you use the code on the welcome page)

Guided Reading (Monday and Tuesday)

Please select the colour book your child is working on at the moment. If you are unsure what colour your child is on please contact me. 

Blending:

Blending Book 3 - YouTube

Red Ditty:

2 Bad Dog - YouTube

Green:

Green set 1 story 2 My Dog Ned - YouTube

Pink:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P0qoO4M4LMk   

 Orange:

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WMdjkLt0auE   

Yellow:

https://youtu.be/1P6ogWcYSP0

Blue:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PU9JeV6wcUE&feature=youtu.be  

English:

  • We are about to celebrate Easter at the end of next week. When Easter is said what do you think of? Make a list of all of the things that come into your head e.g. easter eggs, easter bonnet, hot cross buns, easter egg hunt basket, easter cards. Think about how you celebrate Easter in your house and what traditions you may have.

        Example: In my house at Easter time since becoming a Mummy I always prepare an Easter scavenger hunt around 

                        my house for the children to complete together. I try to make the clues harder each year so that they still 

                       enjoy it even though my son is getting older.  

  • Next week when you are back at school we will make our own Easter cards that uses a sliding mechnism. In preparation for that I would like you to prepare a Easter message to go with your card. We will plan the message over today and tomorrow before editing our message on Thursday and writing it up in our best handwriting. The finished message will need to come back into school next week.
  • Look at some examples of Easter cards Easter Cards - YouTube and think about the following:

        - Why do you think we write an Easter card? Who might we write a card for? 

        - What sort of images do you find on an Easter cards? E.g. eggs, bunnies, flowers, signs of Spring, the Cross

        -  Why do you think these images are used on Easter cards? What do they represent?

  • Look at the example Easter messages and think about what similarities they have. What themes run throughout the messages.
  • On a Easter egg shape (see resources below) write down any key words and phrases about Easter that might be useful for this task.
  • On a new egg start with the starter Easter is..... then complete the sentence with ideas the children have 

        Examples: Easter is …. 

                         Easter is fun. 

                         Easter is during the Spring time. 

                         Easter is when we remember Jesus. 

                         Easter is a time to spend with family. 

  • On a new egg again this time start with Easter reminds me of.... then complete the sentence with ideas the children have.

        Examples: Easter reminds me of ….. 

                          Easter reminds me of fun times with my family. 

                          Easter reminds me of Jesus and the celebration of his life. 

                          Easter reminds me of chocolate eggs! 

 

DT

This week we will be learning how to make a moving picture using a slider. Here are some resources you may find helpful.

Computing 

You should have recieved a log in yesterday for the coding website we are going to use. Please complete no more than 2 sessions each day as your directed task. The children should be able to complete the tasks fairly independently but may need some support when they get to session 6. This computing task should take the children to the end of the week to complete.

 

There are 12 sessions in total which should last us until we are back in school next week.

Get Active 

As today si supposed to be another sunny day I would like you to get outside and go for a lovely local walk. I thought you could use this spring time hunt to spot signs of spring along the way. It would be great if you could take some photos to share with everyone next week when we are back at school.  

Spellings:

This week's spellings are below. We will complete a spelling test on Purple Mash on Friday like we did before. This will be in your 2 do folder. 

 

Eisteddfod 2021

This year we will continue to run our annual Eisteddfod, performance poetry competition. Children should choose a poem to learn by heart and practice performing this, using a loud, clear voice, expression and with gestures and actions if possible. We have provided some suggested poems based on our Spring term topic which you can use, or you are free to choose your own poem of a similar length (or children may write their own poem!) 

Class rounds will be held at the end of the month where all children will have the opportunity to perform their poem to the class. Winners will be selected and put forwards to the final.  If the COVID situation has not improved by then, we will use zoom for the finals.  

Below is a list of year 1 common exception words.

Class Dojo Winner!

Mrs Bourner Parent Information Evening presentation

Year One information Power Point

Archive

Useful Websites

Here is a list of different websites which your child can visit if they wish to complete some extra practise at home in either maths, times tables, literacy or phonics. To follow a link, copy and paste it into the search bar.

 

Maths:

Counting- http://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/underwater-counting 

Counting, matching and ordering 1- http://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/ladybird-spots 

Counting, matching and ordering 2- http://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/gingerbread-man-game 

Higher or lower- http://www.topmarks.co.uk/Flash.aspx?f=HigherAndLower

Number ordering- http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks1/maths/number_ordering/play/

Number sequences- http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks1/maths/number_sequences/play/

Ordering- http://www.topmarks.co.uk/ordering-and-sequencing/caterpillar-ordering 

 

Times Tables: 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks1/maths/multiplication/play/ 

http://www.learnyourtables.co.uk/en/index2.htm

http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/starship/maths/games/cross_the_swamp/big_sound/full.shtml

http://www.mad4maths.com/3_x_multiplication_table_math_game/

 

Literacy:

Joining words- http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks1/literacy/joining_words/play/

Making sentences- http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks1/literacy/making_sentences/play/

Rhyming words- http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks1/literacy/rhyming_words/play/

 

Phonics:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks1/literacy/phonics/play/ 

http://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/PicnicOnPluto.html

http://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/PictureMatch.html

http://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/BuriedTreasure2.html

http://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/SentSubPhase3.html

http://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/DragonsDen.html

 

Additional Phonics

We have learned all our sounds but it is really important to keep practicing recognising and reading these sounds in a variety of words!

 

The children love to play this bingo game:

https://www.ictgames.com/mobilePage/bingoOriginal/index.html

 

Alphablocks is a children's show that focuses on sound learning and blending which can be interactive and you can find this on YouTube:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_qs3c0ehDvZkbiEbOj6Drg/featured

 

This website will be helpful for parents to understand how to pronounce each of the sounds and other useful information about phonic skills:

https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/reading/reading-schemes-oxford-levels/read-write-inc-phonics-guide/

 

Please ensure that you are reading the Read Write Inc books sent home three times before moving on to the next book.

 

Reading with Mrs Bird!

Below are some videos to help you practice reading your Set 1, Set 2 and Set 3 Green Words and your Red and Green Ditties! Enjoy!

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