Revisit the phonics videos to practise your spelling of green words.
Split digraphs are the sounds in words such as 'a-e' 'e-e' 'i-e' 'o-e' and 'u-e'
Words such as 'cake' - 'a-e'
'theme' - 'e-e'
'fine' - 'i-e'
'hope' - 'o-e'
'tune' - 'u-e'
Use your Fred fingers to help you spell the words on these worksheets.
If you need to re-watch the videos with the 5 split digraphs in them.
Read the green words and revise any sound you get wrong.
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Assess if there are sounds you need to revise
Revisit set 2 and 3 sounds and assess which lesson needs repeating.
Learning the au sound
Learning the tion sound
Learning the sound cious tious
Learning the sound ure
Learning the sound ue
Learning the sound ear
Learning the sound ire
Learning the sound ew
Learning the sound oa
Learning the sound ai
Learning the sound - ow
Learning the sound er
Learning the sound ur
Learning the sound are
Learning set 3 aw
Learning the e-e sound
Learning the o-e sound
Learning the u-e sound
Learning the i-e sound
Learning the oi sound
Learning the ea sound
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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