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For phonics today we will begin on our daily recap of our phase 2 and 3 sounds, I have attached our jolly phonics songs and actions for the children to recap and use this morning, even if your child is still working within Phase 2 it is still useful for them to listen and engage in phase 3. Please focus on the sounds which the children are struggling with.

JOLLY PHONICS SOUNDS & SONGS Complete by The Spirit School Alharamain Campus Scheme 7 Rawalpindi

Now recap the memory words focusing on the phase that your child is working in.


Below is the first 100 High frequency words, these are the words which the children should be able to read without segmenting and blending, please choose a few a week to practise with your child, you can make a note of the ones they know and then continue to build on their knowledge.


Today we are focusing on writing, depending on your child and their ability is the task that you will choose, if your child cannot write all pre writing shapes then please focus on these. 

If your child can form all the pre writing shapes then they can practise writing cvc words using their phonics knowledge, they can write the words below:

If your child is confident with writing simple sounds they can move onto caption writing, the children should carefully listen to the sounds in each word to write the caption, between each word there should be a finger space, this makes it easier to read after. Finger spaces is something which we have discussed in school but you may need to discuss further with your child.

As always handwriting is a focus and the children should be using their pre cursive handwriting, they should always write on the line and should be presenting their work as best as they can. Here are the captions below, depending on your child they may write 1 or 2 captions or they may write them all.

Fantastic learning this  morning, now it is time for you to have a break and a healthy snack!