Learning objective:To read/write grapheme/phoneme /f/ and segment and blend cvc words
Revisit/review:Go through all the sounds learnt so far with the flash cards - s, a, t, p, i, n, m, d, g, o, c, ck, ck, e, u, r, h
Play the 'tic tac toe',
You may need to teach the game first if the children do not know how to play it.
Children to work in pairs and each has one of the sounds learnt so far to play with. Repeat with other sounds if there is time.
|Teach /f/ using objects beginning with /f/ |
This is a ffffrog, this is a ffface, this is a fffox
Please click here for a set of phase 2 grapheme cards.
Use the Jolly phonics action. Let hands gently come together as if toy fish deflating, and say f f f f f f.
All the children to do the action and say the sound. Make sure each child is saying the sound correctly.
Skywrite the letter /f/ You could also get children to sit in a circle and write the sound on each other's back so they can really feel it.
Click here to download a little booklet for letter formation.
Children to play 'word stairs'
Write a word at the bottom of the stairs. The child must change one sound to make a new word and continue up the ladder. It doesn't matter if they make an alien word as long as they can read it to you.
Start with a /f/ word and give each child a different word to begin with so there is no copying.
Play word thief with the following sentence.
A fat cat had fun on a mat.
Write the sentence on a sentence strip. Read it together and then cut it into words. Ask the children if they can remember what the sentence was. Rearrange the sentence together. Ask the children to close their eyes. Take a word away and then ask them to open their eyes. Which word is missing? Repeat several times.
Ask each child to write the sentence on a whiteboard.
A list of words to practice with a parent. The aim being fast blending to automacy.