We will start as we always do, by recognising our own name.
Please write 5+ different name cards (including your child's name) for your child to recognise and select their own name from.
The quantity of name cards should vary depending on how easily your child is able to recognise their own name. This should be being increased gradually.
I want to give out lots of dojo's for this task so please let me know how you get on with this task.
This morning we are going to continue with our work on alliteration.
Take a look at the pictures below and see if you can use alliteration to create some silly sentences! This might be a bit tricky but just try your best. Lots of practise will begin to make it easy peasy!
Let me know how you get on. I would like you to send me a short video of you saying a silly sentence using the pictures below.
Example: Sid Snake saw Seal's salty sunshine soup.
What can you come up with?
I will leave you again with a phonics game to explore afterwards.
Enjoy and remember to keep practising!
You can practise alliteration doing everyday activities for example putting coats on "what are we putting on? your coat....c-c-coat. Can you think of any more words that begin with the 'c' sound?"
Please remember we are only currently focusing on sounds so we do not need to introduce recognising letters yet.
I will also leave a video below of the letter sounds so that you can be sure that you are teaching your child the same letter sounds as we teach in school.